Anise or Aniseed has a sweet, aromatic taste that resembles the taste of black licorice; although the plant is not directly related to liquorice, it has a very similar taste and smell.
In the Mediterranean region and in Asia, aniseed is commonly used in dairy products, gelatins, meat, candies, and breath fresheners. Aniseed is also often used as a flavouring agent, widely found in pastries, soothing herbal teas and being known to pair well with seafood, fruit and chocolate. The essential oil is used to flavour absinthe, anisette, and Pernod liqueurs. Aniseed blends well with other spices and herbs like caraway, clove, mace, pink pepperberries, and tarragon.
Aniseed has been used medicinally from prehistoric times as it is known for its powerful health-promoting properties and acts as a natural remedy for a wide variety of ailments. It is rich in iron, assists in reducing blood pressure and inflammation, helps to relieve menopausal symptoms and has also been known to help with depression.
Product Of Turkey
(Typical analysis per 100g)
Energy 1411 kJ
Protein 17 g
Fat Total 15 g
- Saturated - g
Carbohydrates 50 g
- Sugars - g
Sodium 16 mg
Packaged in a facility that processes peanuts, wheat and milk products
Store item in an airtight Container in a cool dry place
Up to 12 months if stored correctly. See label for Best Before date