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    Mace (Mace)

    Mace is a strong aromatic, resinous and warm in taste. Mace spice is dry, outer aril that firmly enveloping around the nutmeg kernel. Nutmeg and mace indeed are two separate spice products of same nutmeg fruit. However, mace characteristically has higher concentration of certain essential oils and features refined yet intense aroma than nutmeg. 

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    Quantity Price Discount Net Amount Order
    250 mg $ 70.00 $ 70.00 Add to Cart
    500 mg $ 140.00 $ 140.00 Add to Cart
    1 kg $ 280.00 $ 280.00 Add to Cart
    Mace is a strong aromatic, resinous and warm in taste. Mace spice is dry, outer aril that firmly enveloping around the nutmeg kernel. Nutmeg and mace indeed are two separate spice products of same nutmeg fruit. However, mace characteristically has higher concentration of certain essential oils and features refined yet intense aroma than nutmeg. For the same reasons, it commands special place in the kitchen spice box. In Hindi it is known as Javitri, Javinthri, Jaypatri. The plant grows into a tropical evergreen tree of up to thirty feet tall. The same tree also produces the better known Nutmeg spice. The trees first produce fruit in about 7 years and then yield approximately 10 pounds of dried shelled nutmeg and 1½ pounds of dried mace per tree. There are both male and female trees and are planted in a ratio of about one male tree for every ten female trees. At low concentrations, both nutmeg and mace possess a sweet, warm and highly spicy flavor with mace being slightly “stronger.” Ground nutmeg is tan in color, while mace has an orange hue.
    Mace is a strong aromatic, resinous and warm in taste. Mace spice is dry, outer aril that firmly enveloping around the nutmeg kernel. Nutmeg and mace indeed are two separate spice products of same nutmeg fruit. However, mace characteristically has higher concentration of certain essential oils and features refined yet intense aroma than nutmeg. For the same reasons, it commands special place in the kitchen spice box. In Hindi it is known as Javitri, Javinthri, Jaypatri. The plant grows into a tropical evergreen tree of up to thirty feet tall. The same tree also produces the better known Nutmeg spice. The trees first produce fruit in about 7 years and then yield approximately 10 pounds of dried shelled nutmeg and 1½ pounds of dried mace per tree. There are both male and female trees and are planted in a ratio of about one male tree for every ten female trees. At low concentrations, both nutmeg and mace possess a sweet, warm and highly spicy flavor with mace being slightly “stronger.” Ground nutmeg is tan in color, while mace has an orange hue.
    Mace is a strong aromatic, resinous and warm in taste. Mace spice is dry, outer aril that firmly enveloping around the nutmeg kernel. Nutmeg and mace indeed are two separate spice products of same nutmeg fruit. However, mace characteristically has higher concentration of certain essential oils and features refined yet intense aroma than nutmeg. For the same reasons, it commands special place in the kitchen spice box. In Hindi it is known as Javitri, Javinthri, Jaypatri. The plant grows into a tropical evergreen tree of up to thirty feet tall. The same tree also produces the better known Nutmeg spice. The trees first produce fruit in about 7 years and then yield approximately 10 pounds of dried shelled nutmeg and 1½ pounds of dried mace per tree. There are both male and female trees and are planted in a ratio of about one male tree for every ten female trees. At low concentrations, both nutmeg and mace possess a sweet, warm and highly spicy flavor with mace being slightly “stronger.” Ground nutmeg is tan in color, while mace has an orange hue.
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