All Natural Pure Ceylon Mace 10g


 Attribute  Details
 Product Name  All Natural Pure Ceylon Mace 10g
 Price  $7.99
 Stock   Availability  49 in stock
 Description  Mace, related to nutmeg, is often used in savory   dishes, spice blends, and Asian cuisine.
 Product   Origin  Sri Lanka
 Category  Spices
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 Weight  120 g
 Dimensions  7 × 9 in
 Ingredients  Ceylon Mace
 Storage   Instructions  Store in an airtight container in a cool, dark, dry   place (Room Temperature).
 Common   Names
 Myristica fragrans (Scientific Name), macis   (French), Muskatlute (German), macis (Italian),   macía (Spanish), jaffatry (Indian)
 Cooking   Ideas  Pairs well with tart berries, honey-sweet stone   fruit, cinnamon, and brown sugar.
 Private   Label/Bulk   Inquiry  Available
 Related   Products  Dehydrated Jackfruit, Dehydrated Herbal Tea,   Ceylon Cinnamon Powder, Dehydrated Lotus   Root

49 in stock


Are mace and nutmeg the same thing? … While mace and nutmeg are related, and come from the same nutmeg tree, they are different. Nutmeg is the seed found inside the ripe fruit of the tree after it’s been picked and split open. The lacy membrane that surrounds the seed, once removed and dried, is mace.

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Additional information

Weight 120 g
Dimensions 7 × 9 in

Servings Size

Use as required


Ceylon Mace

Storage Instructions

Store in an airtight container in a cool, dark, dry place (Room Temperature).

Common Names

Scientific Name Myristica fragrans Fam: Myristicaceae.French: macis German: Muskatlute.Italian: mace, macis Spanish: macía Indian: jaffatry, javatri, jawatrie.

Recipes and Preparing Instructions

Ideas for Cooking with Mace
Mace pairs particularly well with tart berries and honey-sweet stone fruit. Add a teaspoon of freshly-ground mace into a crumble or crisp topping to give a bit of an edge to the cinnamon and brown sugar.
Incorporate a teaspoon of freshly ground mace into your next carrot cake batter, quickbread dough, or pie filling, choosing flavors that come alive with a little extra lift—like sweet potatoes, root vegetables, and squash.
Finish a slow-and-low braise with a teaspoon of ground mace and simmer to incorporate.
Use a pinch to garnish a creamy pasta like fettuccine alfredo.
Use a pinch to garnish an Old Fashioned cocktail.

Baking & Dessert Recipes
Homemade Mace Cake
Classic Rhubarb Crisp Recipe
Spiced Red Wine Strawberry Compôte
Carrot Cake with Candied Carrots
Spiced Kumquats
Apple Oatmeal Bread
Holiday Apple Wassail Recipe
Moravian Sugar Coffee Cake
Drink Recipes
Spiced Tea Recipe
Mulled Port Recipe (Alcoholic)

Dinner Recipes
Dover Sole with Watercress and Crab Butter
Creamy Corn Empanadas
Lamb Rogan Josh with Flatbreads
Seafood Chowder
Scallops with Black Pudding and Shrimp Butter
Irish Colcannon (Winter Vegetable Casserole)
Chicken Kabuli (Murgh Kabuli)
Moussaka Gratinée
Grilled Corn with Spiced Tasso Butter
Kansas City Styled Barbeque Ribs

Spice Mix Recipes
Old Bay Type Seasoning Recipe
Garam Masala

Private Label Wholesale and Bulk inquiries

We welcome Private Label, Wholesale and Bulk inquiries.
As spice manufacturers, we maintain the highest standards by selecting only the best and freshest ingredients. Some of our product lines include Curry Powder, Pure Ceylon Cinnamon, Cloves, Turmeric, Pepper White, Pepper Black, Chili Pepper, Mace, Nutmeg, Garcinia cambogia (Brindle berry, Goraka, – whole and Paste). Also, products include Kithul (Caryota urens) products, Rice, Ceylon Tea, Japanese Matcha (green tea powder), Herbal Tea, Coconut products, Food Products, and International commodities, Please email with your requirement.