CARAWAY is grown all over the world, and is said to be one of the most ancient spices. Caraway should always be bought whole and ground as needed. It loses its flavour quickly when ground. It has warm earthy flavours with a hint of MINT & ANISE.

Caraway fruits, commonly (erroneously) called seeds, are crescent-shaped achenes, around 2 mm (0.08 in) long, with five pale ridges.

English use of the term caraway dates back to at least 1440.

Caraway was mentioned by the Greek Dioscorides as a herb and tonic. It was later mentioned in the Roman Apicius as an ingredient in recipes.


CARAWAY is used in both savoury and sweet cooking, and goes particularly well with cheese and cabbage. 

Net Weight - Whole 70g