Cilantro & Coriander - Coriandrum sativum

Cilantro & Coriander - Coriandrum sativum

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Chai Latte Spice Blend

Saigon Cinnamon - Cinnamomum loureirii

Saigon Cinnamon

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Green Curry Powder

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Fennel - Foeniculum  vulgare


Foeniculum vulgare

Laksa Leaf - Persicaria odorata

Laksa Leaf

Persicaria odorata

Parsley - Petroselinum crispum


Petroselinum crispum

Cilantro & Coriander

Coriandrum sativum

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Currently we do not sell cilantro or coriander products individually due to limited supply at our farms. This page serves as information for our Spice Blends ingredients.

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Cilantro and coriander are one in the same plant, simply a different part. Cilantro is the leafy foliage of the plant and usually used fresh as a garnish or as an ingredient in sauces, pastes, creams etc. Coriander is the real gem of the plant, used in all sorts of dishes worldwide. In India it is used in seemingly everything, and we thank them for that! It's great in tea, curries, soups, sauces you name it!

Botanical Name: Coriandrum sativum

Origin: Taidong, Taiwan (Cilantro & Coriander) & India (Coriander)

Ingredients: Cilantro foliage or Coriander seeds

Est. Shelf Life: 1 Year (Cilantro) & 2 Years(Coriander)

Production: Grown on a polyculture farm without spray. Hand harvested and machine dried (Taiwan). Field grown and machine dried dried (India).

Availability: Year-round

Natural Ingredients | No Additives | No Fillers

Plant Based | Non-GMO | Vegan Friendly

How to Use Cilantro

Sprinkle On: Sandwishes, soups, meats, vegetables, sauces

Mix In: Soups and sauces

Cook With: Usually added near the end or at serving

Regional Cuisines: Worldwide

How to Use Coriander

Sprinkle On: Usually processed into dishes

Mix In: Sauces, pastes, pickling, marinades

Cook With: Curries, soups, baking

Regional Cuisines: Worldwide

Dry - Keep herbs & spices in a dry location

Cool - Avoid storing herbs & spices in high temps

Dark - Avoid exposure to the sun and strong UV

Sealed - Keep herbs & spices sealed

Packaging Type Net Weight Gross Weight Package Volume Dimensions
Small Glass Jar grams ± grams ± 130 ml 7.6 x 5.3 x 5.3cm
1kg Bag 1,000 grams ± 1,050 grams ±