A fruited blending that includes the aromatics:
Coriander, Mace and Cassis
10.5 oz, Height 4.25in, Diameter 3.25 in
Bag Height 9.5 in, Width 4.75 in, Depth 3.75 in
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Censer LeAnn #6
The Vessels Collection
Named for an incense
burner, a fruited blending that includes the following aromatics:
Coriander, Mace and Cassis.
From the sultry forests
of Sumatra came the fruit of a small evergreen tree, the seed or nut of
which would become the rage for the rich of the medieval period. Nutmeg
was used in all manner of ways and in high demand. But even more desired
was the MACE, the scented and succulent netting case that held the
seed in place inside its fruit.
The Roman statesman Pliny the Elder declared that the best CORIANDER
came only from Egypt. The small round seeds are at first intensely acrid
but over time become more and more tasteful and fragrant, so much so they
become almost addictive.
In 1309 Clement V set out to take new residence at the Palace of Avignon.
His long journey followed the fragrant blackcurrant hedgerows of southern
France. Here the berry clusters perfume the air with a heady fruited
scent. The tiny black-red berries form the basis for CASSIS that is
a delicious cordial unique to the region.
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