Ground – Chilli/ Pepper/Cinnamon/ Turmeric

Available in 50g, 100g, 250g & 500g packages.



Ceylon spices are renowned for their rich flavor and aroma, which are the result of the island’s fertile soil and ideal climate.

One of the most popular Ceylon spices is black pepper, which is grown in the southwestern region of Sri Lanka. Ceylon black pepper has a bold and robust flavor, making it the perfect addition to any savory dish.

Ceylon cinnamon is also highly prized for its unique flavor and aroma. Unlike other varieties of cinnamon, Ceylon cinnamon has a sweeter and milder flavor profile, with hints of citrus and clove. Ceylon cinnamon is used in both sweet and savory dishes, and is a popular spice in Sri Lankan cuisine.

Turmeric is another popular spice in Sri Lankan cooking, prized for its bright color and earthy flavor. Turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and is often used in Ayurvedic medicine. In Sri Lankan cuisine, turmeric is used to flavor curries and rice dishes, and is also used in traditional herbal remedies.

Chili is a key component of Sri Lankan cuisine, known for its ability to add a bold and spicy flavor to a variety of dishes. Sri Lankan chili peppers are small but powerful, with a heat level that can range from mild to extremely hot. These peppers are used to add flavor and depth to curries, soups, stews, and other dishes, and are also used in many Sri Lankan foods and snacks.