Poudre Serinissima © (Serinissima)

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Poudre Serinissima © (Serinissima)

Technical guide

Ingredients Cloves, ginger, Melegueta pepper, saffron, spices
Origin Original Creation
Net weight 40 g
Storage / Use In a cool, dark, dry place.
Price incl. tax €8.80

Use to season tomato salads and gazpachos.

Recommendations Use to season your tomato-based recipes: a basic tomato sauce, a batch of stuffed tomatoes, or a simple salad. During winter time, a vinaigrette with Serinissima powder goes welll with a black radish carpaccio.

Perfume

Fresh flavor notes that are warmed and rounded out with saffron.

The words of Olivier Roellinger

Before Breton navigators sailed down the coast of Africa and around the Cape of Good Hope, spices from the Orient traveled through Venice. When I delved deeper into the history of this seafaring city, I learned about the primary spices traded. These included ginger, cinnamon, and nutmeg, which were all used extensively during the Middle Ages.
I formulated this blend with the fruit that today symbolizes Italian cuisine - the tomato (native to Peru) - in the forefront of my mind. It plays like a melody of notes that links the history of Venice, its lagoon, and Marco Polo's fabulous excursion east.
My only regret is that I didn't call it Casanova Powder!