Cardamom

Weight : 50 g


₹ 145.01 ₹ 210.00
Category: Spices
Availability: In Stock

Cardamom combines an exotic aroma with luxurious flavor, giving it the well-deserved nickname 'queen of spices'. Kerala, boasts of the largest cardamom market in the world market. Cardamom is widely used in sweets, and desserts. It's also used as a flavoring agent in non-veg curries and is one of the main ingredients of the yummy Kerala dessert- "payasam". Our cardamom is collected directly from a society of small scale farmers in Idukki, which makes it of top-notch quality.

Cardamom Size: 7.5 to 8 mm

Packaging Type: Gunny Bag, Poly Bag

Usage/Application: Sweets, Milks, Tea, Biryani, Cooking etc

Shell Life: 6 Months to 1 Year


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An Association of a group of Small Farmers
The USP of Naturocart is that the procurement on the entirety is from a very reliable and closed group of small-scale farmers brought under a common fold, ‘Periyar Agro Movement Farmers Society’-a co-operative movement of Small-scale native farmers, ensuring that the produce is largely cultivated organically using minimum pesticides. Thus ensure we deliver the best edible lot of spices unadulterated, hygienic and in its pristine form exclusively at your doorsteps.
Organic Farming
We grow our Spices organically. We strictly use Organic Compost/Manures, other natural nutrients and traditional knowledge, imparted from the people of wisdom and expertise that enrich the soil the most natural manner. 
No Pesticides and Chemicals
Abstaining from the use of pesticides ensure that the products are free from poisonous properties and healthy to consume. 
Best Grading and Packing Practices
We use the best grading and Packing practices to ensure that you get the value for money and compliment to our Vision that ‘Customer Satisfaction’ is of paramount importance.
Come, Let Us Spice Up Your Life the Healthy Way. 

A perennial and herbaceous plant, cardamom comes in three varieties; Malabar, Mysore and Vazuka. As the name indicates, Malabar is a native variety found in Kerala.


cardamom are used as flavorings and cooking spices in both food and drink, and as a medicine.

Cardamom has a strong, unique taste, with an intensely aromatic, resinous fragrance. Black cardamom has a distinctly more smoky, though not bitter, aroma, with a coolness some

consider similar to mint. Green cardamom is one of the most expensive spices by weight but little is needed to impart flavor.

It is a common ingredient in Indian cooking.

In India, the state of Kerala is by far the most productive

producer, with the districts of Idukki.