cassia bark


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Synonyms for cassia bark

aromatic bark of the cassia-bark tree

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Jenny, the largest gin still in Europe (left); distiller Sion Edwards (below) and some of the ingredients, such as orange and lemon peel, cinammon, cassia bark, and nutmeg, that gives gin its very distinct flavour
Brockmans, he adds, is not the traditional London Dry style; botanicals include blueberries, blackberries, licorice, Bulgarian coriander, orris root and cassia bark.
3 ounces butter 2 cassia leaves 1/2-inch long piece cassia bark 4 dried allspice berries 1/4 cup ground hazelnuts 1/4 cup Greek-style yogurt Salt to taste
Ref: "Quantification of Flavoring Constituents in Cinnamon: High Variation of Coumarin in Cassia Bark from the German Retail Market and in Authentic Samples from Indonesia", Biology & Nature, Nov 3, 2010.
cholerae El Tor strains belonging to the recently emerged El Tor variant were tested against methanol extracts of red chili, sweet fennel, white pepper, red pepper, cassia bark and star anise.
50 Lingfield Meaning 'spices' in Arabic, Baharat is a blend of finely ground spices - usually black peppercorns, cardamom seeds, cassia bark, cloves, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, nutmeg and paprika - and is often used to season chicken, beef, lamb, fish and soups.
Settled at the bottom are a couple of Sichuan peppers, some cassia bark and star anise and it is only when I go home and try the pickles that the flavour of rice wine enriches my bowl of steamed rice.
Dried lemons, bay leaves, Iranian chillies and cassia bark are used for flavouring soups and dishes, while dried senna leaves can be used for stomach complaints and pumice, a volcanic rock, can be used to exfoliate hard skin on the body.
Other botanicals that may be used include anise, angelica root and seed, orris root, licorice root, cinnamon, coriander, and cassia bark.
It has nine botanicals, including juniper, coriander seed and orange peel; spicy ones too - liquorice, nutmeg and cassia bark.
Spent juniper berries, lemon peels, grains of paradise, coriander, cubeb berries, orris root, almonds, cassia bark, licorice and angelica are burned with other organic matter to create the heat needed to distill gin.
Spent juniper berries, lemon peels, grains of paradise, coriander, cubeb berries, orris root, almonds, cassia bark, licorice, and angelica are burned with other organic matter to create the heat needed to distill gin.
Herbal and muscular, juniper, coriander, angelica, orris, cassia bark and cardamom headline this small batch gin with prominent vapours.