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Tripper sources, processes and packs cinnamon (cassia), vanilla, nutmeg and other Indonesian sweet spices at origin consistent with international quality assurance standards and delivers to customers worldwide.
Family : Myristicaceae
Genus : Myristica
Species : M. Fragrans
Binomial Name : Myristica fragrans
Synonyms : Nutmeg, Mace
Indonesian Name : Pala, Fuli
Only four centuries past, this prized spice was worth its weight in gold with 600 fold profits between the cost at source and its eventual retail price. It has been described as a golden fruit like an apricot. Imagine being able to pick gold from tree, coming back later to find it had grown back. Then imagine an island covered with such trees. No wonder treachery colors the history of this spice since its first discovery by Europeans in 1511, on the fabled Spice Islands. A peace negotiated between Dutch and British saw Holland pay to steep price to settle the acrimonious conflict over this nutmeg rich island of Run. In exchange for keeping control of this sole source of nutmeg, the Ducth handed over a small island trading port in the New World of America called Manhattan. Not a great bargain in retrospect. Years later the monopoly was broken and nutmeg production had spread to other islands in Indonesia and beyond.
Nutmeg and Mace
Nutmeg is not a nut, but the kernel of an apricot-like fruit. Mace is an aril, a thin leathery tissue between the stone and the pulp; it is bright red to purple when harvested, but after drying changes to amber. The pulp of the nutmeg fruit is tough, almost woody, and very sour. In Indonesia, it is used to make a delicious jam with pleasant nutmeg aroma. The first harvest of nutmeg trees takes place 7-9 years after planting, and the trees reach full production after 20 years. Nutmeg and mace are usually used in powdered form. It is the only tropical fruit that is the source of two different spices.
RHINO NUTMEG™ is available either whole or ground to your specifications. Tripper follows a strict process for drying, cleaning, grinding and packaging, which keeps aflatoxin levels well below international limits. Organic RHINO NUTMEG™ is made of 100% Siau nutmeg, making it a genuine reference nutmeg.
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Rhino Nutmeg™ Ground 30 Mesh Organic
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Rhino Nutmeg™ Whole
Rhino Nutmeg™ Whole Organic
WHAT IS A RHINO? Rhinoceros (or rhino), is a name used to group five extant species of odd-toed ungulates in the family rhinocerotidae. Two of these species are native to Africa and three to Asia. Three of the five species the Javan, Sumatran and Black Rhinoceros are critically endangered. The Indian is endangered, with fewer than 2,700 individuals remaining in the wild. The White is registered as vulnerable, with approximately 17,500 remaining in the wild.
Rhino Nutmeg™ Ground 30 Mesh
Gibbon Nutmeg™ Ground 30 Mesh
Tea Bag
Rhino Nutmeg™ Tea Bag Cut 18 Mesh
Rhino Nutmeg™ Tea Bag Cut 18 Mesh Organic
Rhino Nutmeg™ Oleoresin
Rhino Nutmeg™ Oleoresin Halal
Rhino Nutmeg™ Oleoresin Organic
WHAT IS A GIBBON? The family of Gibbon apes is divided into four genera based on their diploid chromosome number: Hylobates (44), Hoolock (38), Nomascus (52), and Symphalangus (50). Gibbons live in tropical and subtropical rainforests from northeast India to Indonesia and north to southern China, including the islands of Sumatra, Borneo and Java
Mace is the thin leathery tissue between the kernel and the pulp of the nutmeg. It is bright red when harvested, but after drying changes to amber. Mace has a more delicate flavor than nutmeg. The warm, spicy-sweet taste is a frequent seasoning for baked goods, desserts, meats, stews and sauces.
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Orangutan Mace™ Ground 28 Mesh Organic
WHAT IS A ORANGUTAN? The orangutans are one of two endangered species of great apes. Known for their intelligence, they live in trees and are the largest living arboreal animal. They have longer arms than other great apes, and their hair is typically reddish-brown, instead of the brown or black hair typical of other great apes. Native to Indonesia and Malaysia, they are currently found only in rainforests on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra. There are only two surviving species in the genus Pongo: the Bornean Pongo pygmaeus and the critically endangered Sumatran Pongo abelii.
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Orangutan Mace™ Ground 28 Mesh
Orangutan Mace™ Oleoresin
Orangutan Mace™ Oleoresin Organic
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