CUMIN seeds have been around for a very long time. Seeds were found in the tombs of Pharaohs, and it is one of the 8 ancient spices that was traded on the silk road.
It has a warm earthy aroma and flavour , and has undertones of both sweet, and bitter. Freshly ground CUMIN is very pungent and has a sweet, pine-like aroma.
Today, cumin is found to be an essential spice in many cuisines including: Mexican, Indian, Moroccan, Turkey, and so on.