Anacardiaceae (cashew family)

This plant family grows mainly in tropical and subtropical regions. However, most species come from tropical America, Africa and India and India, a single species, such as the pistachio is native in Southern Europe.

Among the species that are important for their food include the fruit-bearing cashew, mango and pink pepper, and mastic, from which the resin is tapped for consumption.


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Chios mastiha tears PDO

Chios mastiha tears PDO

The mastic tree from which this mastic is extracted grows on the island of Chǐos off the coast of Turkey. The tree here is the only one in the world that gives 'masti tears' with the characteristic (pine) scent. That is why Chǐos Mastiha is..

€3.20 Ex Tax: €2.94

Chios mastihapowder PDO

Chios mastihapowder PDO

The mastic tree from which this mastic is extracted grows on the island of Chǐos off the coast of Turkey. The tree here is the only one in the world that gives 'masti tears' with the characteristic (pine) scent. That is why Chǐos Mastiha is..

€11.25 Ex Tax: €10.32

Pink (brasilian) berries

Pink (brasilian) berries

The berries of the Brazilian pepper tree are known as "pink pepper". The taste is subtly sweet, rather than sharp, although the berries contain carvacrol, which is also found in herbs such as savory, thyme and oregano. Our pepper is a fragi..

€3.80 Ex Tax: €3.49

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