Exquisite Spices, seasonings and Herbs
here you find our spice selection
Looking for exotic and flavorful spices? You're in the right place! Our online store offers a wide variety of spices, including international blends, seasonings, BBQ rubs, aromatic herbs, salt, and different types of pepper. Get ready to take your taste buds on a world tour and discover our exquisite spices.
Whether you're an experienced chef or just starting in the kitchen, our herbs and spice blends can give your dishes a unique and delicious touch. So why not experiment with new flavors and ingredients? Try your way through our assortment and find the perfect spice for your recipe.
At Orlandosidee, we offer a wide range of highly aromatic spices, including pepper varieties, spice blends, gourmet salts, dried flowers, and wild herbs from all over the world. We also have a selection of aromatic blends from oriental cuisine, such as Ras el hanout, Harissa, or various curry powders, masalas from Indian cuisine, and the best saffron in the world.
Our founder, Carola Berardi, has been passionate about cooking and spices since 2005. Her mission is to bring the best spices in the world to your kitchen. So, whether you're a professional chef or a home cook, we've got you covered.
Thanks to globalization, we now have access to a much wider range of flavors and ingredients. At Orlandosidee, we aim to make it easy for you to explore this world of exotic spices and herbs. We offer a large selection of products, and we're always happy to help you find the right spice for your dish.
Get your order shipped within 24 hours (on business days) after payment confirmation via bank transfer or PayPal. Choose from top-notch shipping companies like DHL, GLS, and Hermes. Receive an email with comprehensive shipping details on the day your order is dispatched, allowing you to track your package with ease.
Exquisite Spices are our passion. In 2005, Carola Berardi returned to Berlin with Cameroon pepper in her pockets and a dream of running a spice trade with the best spices in the world. Today, we offer a highly aromatic range of spices, including pepper rarities, wild herbs, gourmet salts like fleur de sel, and dried flowers from all over the world.
If you love to cook exotic and explore regional kitchens, Orlandosidee is your destination. Our selection includes aromatic blends from oriental cuisine like Ras el hanout, Harissa, various curry powders, and masalas such as Garam Masala and Tandoori Masala from Indian cuisine. Looking for saffron? We have the best saffron threads in the world, only the upper, dark threads of saffron of quality level 1 A Coupé with the highest coloring power.
Explore the world of spices and elevate your cooking with Orlandosidee. Our extensive selection of high-quality spices from around the globe will take your taste buds on a journey of exquisite flavors.
Thanks to globalization, we can now enjoy a wide variety of spices that were once hard to find. From cumin to cardamom, coriander to cinnamon, our range of herbs will add depth and complexity to your dishes while making them more digestible and healthier.
At Orlandosidee, we take pride in our products and offer comprehensive references to help you discover each spice's unique flavor profile. Before trying them out on a culinary level, browse our website to learn about individual herbs and their origins. To inspire your cooking, check out our collection of recipes at www.orlandosidee.de.
Join us at Orlandosidee and let us inspire and seduce you to discover cooking for yourself. With a little patience and effort, you will be rewarded with new delicate flavors and fragrances that will fill your kitchen. Eating is a joy of life, and even young children love to help prepare and try new dishes. To get you started, we offer a collection of free recipes on our website.
Discover new and exciting flavors with our range of herbs and spices, including long pepper, Bakumba berries, and passion berries. Check out our variety of products to take your cooking to the next level.
We're here for you no matter where you are in Germany, with online ordering available from Hamburg, Lübeck, Bremen, Hanover, Düsseldorf, Essen, Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Nuremberg, and Dresden. Our blends have won the hearts of Europeans, and we're honored to be a part of your culinary journey.
Spices have been used to add flavor to food and beverages for centuries, as evidenced by countless writings. They are mentioned in the Old Testament, the Gilgamesh epic, and ancient Chinese texts.
The Egyptians used spices in various ways. Archaeologists have found evidence of spices in excavations dating back to 3000 years before Christ in the tombs of pharaohs. Spices were used as perfumes, for preservation, and even for embalming the dead.
The spice trade during the Roman Empire was controlled by Arab merchants, who were known for their exceptional trading skills. They guarded the source of their spice treasures closely and charged a high price for their goods.
The spice market grew in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries due to the travel reports of Marco Polo, who wrote in detail about the spice plantations and trading places.
Spices have been used to enhance the flavor of food and drinks for centuries. They have been mentioned in ancient texts such as the Old Testament, the Gilgamesh epic, and ancient Chinese writings.
The Egyptians used spices for perfumes, preservation, and even embalming the dead. During the Roman Empire, Arab merchants had a monopoly on the spice trade and were known for their legendary trading skills. It was only thanks to Marco Polo's detailed travel reports that Europeans learned about spice plantations and trading places, leading to the growth of the spice market in the 13th and 14th centuries.
In the 15th century, the prices of spices rose to astronomical heights, and Spain and Portugal were in a race to discover a sea route to India. Vasco da Gama reached Calicut, the southern tip of India, on May 20, 1498, after a ten-month journey. He sailed around the Cape of Good Hope, along the East African coast to Malindi, and then to Calicut.
His way home was more exhausting than his trip to India, taking 1.5 years due to severe storms at the Cape of Good Hope and famines. He arrived in Lisbon on 09.09.1499, bringing many spice samples on board. Over the next 100 years, Portugal became the most powerful trading nation, owning many spice plantations in India and selling their merchandise cheaply in Europe.
In the 17th century, the Dutch contested the domination of the spice trade in bloody battles. In the 18th century, the English and other colonial powers came to India from other nations. On August 15, 1947, the Indians regained their independence.