Allspice berries adds flavors of cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and black peppercorns to dishes. The complex sweetness of allspice makes it versatile in both sweet and savory dishes, from jerk rubs to spice cakes. Allspice is a single berry from the Jamaican bayberry tree, a member of the myrtle family. Allspice berries have flavors similar to cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and pepper. Allspice is most frequently used in Caribbean cooking, for jerk seasonings, sauces and rice dishes.
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Allspice trees can grow up to forty feet high and can produce 10 to 20 pounds of dried berries per year. Allspice berries are grown on the island of Jamaica is widely considered to be the best quality. Whole allspice berries are used in pickling spice and mulling spices.
Cooking Tips: Add to mulling spices or pickling spices or ground into jerk seasoning or Caribbean dishes. Add to gingerbread cookies or fruit pies and cakes. Pairs well with: Ceylon cinnamon powder, whole cloves and whole nutmegs.