Anise is a member of the Umbelliferae family which also includes fennel, caraway, coriander and dill, to name a few. A seed-like fruit, anise delivers a warm, sweet, licorice-like flavor to sweet and savory dishes alike. Botanical Name: Pimpinella anisum L.
Description: A seed-like fruit, anise seed delivers a warm, sweet, licorice-like flavor to sweet and savory dishes alike. Try it in everything from fruit pies, cookies, and cakes to slaws, liquors, and meat dishes. It's potent, so start with just a pinch!
Suggested Uses: Anise seed is used extensively to flavor liquors, cookies, cakes, fruit dishes, coleslaw, rye bread, apple pie and meats. It also makes a wonderful addition to teas.
Product Notes: A sweet, licorice-like seed for flavoring sweet and savory dishes—from fruit pies to meats.
Sourcing Notes: Believed to be native to the eastern Mediterranean region and western Asia, it is now widely cultivated in southern Europe, the Mediterranean region, the Middle East, India, Russia, Mexico and Chile.
Processing Notes: The dry, ripe fruits (seeds) should be harvested between July and September.
Kosher: KSA Certified
Common Name: Anise
Plant Part: Seed