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Kenu Spices From Sri Lanka
Spices hold a prominent place in every kitchen, where it’s very difficult to imagine a cuisine without the use of any spices in it. Thus, KENU SPICES has been successfully helping kitchens around the globe to add more taste into their platters using Pure Ceylon spices that are of high quality throughout history. Sri Lankan spices not only add flavor to the finest delicacies but they are also some of the most nutritious ingredients in the world that are also used for herbal and Ayurvedic medicine. KENU SPICES main focus is to export the finest quality value added Ceylon Cinnamon products, Black Pepper, Cloves with wide range of grades and specifications as per the International market standards. We source fresh spices from known plantations and process with care at our processing facility at Weligama, Sri Lanka. KENU SPICES aim to distribute the flavors of a tropical island to the world with Sri Lanka being a hidden gem in the world with many unique resources.View More
Cinnamon was one of the first traded spices of the ancient world. Cinnamon has motivated many historical voyages leading to discover sri lanka. Sri Lanka is the world’s largest producer and exporter of cinnamon. Ceylon Cinnamon also known as True Cinnamon holds a special place in the flavor platters of people across the world.
Ceylon Cinnamon, renowned worldwide as the only ‘real cinnamon’ is still prepared using traditional methods that have remained unchanged for uncounted centuries. Sun dried and carefully milled in to a fine powder, pure Ceylon cinnamon powder adds an enticing aroma and a delicate, tempting ‘taste of the tropics’ to many of your favorite recipes. We at KENU SPICES the cinnamon sticks are grinded into a fine powder in an air cooled grinding machine which ensures more of the flavor and oils are preserved.
Cinnamon Leaf Oil
Cinnamon leaf oil is obtained by steam distillation of cinnamon leaves and the oil yield ranges between 0.5% and 1.8%. More than 47 compounds have been identified from the leaf oil, the most significant being eugenol, which constitutes 65–92%. Cinnamon leaf oil is cheaper than bark oil and is used in the flavor industry, to a lesser extent, to flavor confectionary.
Hailed as the king of spices. Our Ceylon black pepper has a sharp, quick taste and a lingering aroma. We select only high density early harvest berries with a deep black hue. We at KENU SPICES takes intense care to maintain the natural quality of our products packed only with well sorted and best quality materials.
Hailed as the Bud of Spices. Native to the Indonesia Maluku Island and introduced Sri Lanka in 1830. This strong and aromatic spice has been consumed in Asia for more than 2,000 years. Cloves are the most well-known spice in the group of spices known as “flower spices” and possess a strong, aromatic sweet flavor.