Whole seeds. Anise (Aniseed) is characterised by a special, slightly sweet taste reminiscent of liquorice and has a digestive and stimulating effect. Aniseed is also often contained in cough medicine and was once even known as a strong aphrodisiac. Suitable as an aromatic flavouring ingredient for baking goods as well as for decorating them.
Whole seeds. Caraway has a warm, spicy and very distinctive aroma that is also reminiscent of eucalyptus or menthol. It is a typical bread spice in the Alps. Caraway also has a digestive effect and can relieve flatulence and intestinal cramps.
A strong aromatic aroma, reminiscent of fresh hay, and a slightly bitter note - is what characterises fenugreek, the typical bread spice in South Tyrol! Together with fennel, caraway and coriander, fenugreek is one of the most commonly used spices in the production of original South Tyrolean bread. Together they give each loaf of bread its unmistakable rustic taste.
Whole seeds. Coriander has a delicate and slightly sweet taste with a bit of a lemony flavor. It is perfect to give bread an aromatic aroma. Coriander is also a good toning element for the nervous system, it stimulates brain activity and promotes digestion.
Whole seeds. Their flavour is quite sweet and similar to anise. Fennel has important digestive properties. It is rich in minerals and vitamins and also renowned for its purifying properties. Fennel is a perfect ingredient in bread making and for decorations.