• Cinnamon

    The Ceylon Cinnamon or true Cinnamon, is the dried bark of Cinnamomum Zeylanicum, belongs to the family Lauraceae. It is indigenous to Sri Lanka. Cinnamomum Zeylanicum is an evergreen perennial plant with spirally arranged, broad laminated dark green leaves.

    Cinnamon is the spice derived from the inner bark of a tropical evergreen tree. Peeled dried in the shade and the bark curls into long quills as it dries. The quills are cut and available as Cinnamon sticks, Cinnamon powder , and Essential Oil.

    Cinnamon Grades Available in :
    • Alba, C5 Special, C5, C4, M5,M4, H1, H2, H3.in long or short bales.Packed in 22.67 kg /25 kg /45 kg nett. Jute covering.
    • Cinnamon Cut Sticks of Alba, C5 Special, C5, C4, M5,M4, H1, H2 grades from 10 cm and above
    • For Powdering & grinding Cinnamon Quillings grades of Super Fine Quillings, Qullings No.1, Quillings FAQ.,Chips
    • Cinnamon Powder -Super Fine, Medium.
      (Differs according to Mesh sizes.)
    • Essential Oils
    • Cinnamon Bark Oil , Cinnamon Leaf Oil & Oleoresins
    Health Benefits :
    • Helps to manage cholesterol levels in your blood system
    • Helps to manage blood sugar level
    • Cinnamon mixed with bee's honey helps to manage aliments such as Arthritis, Toothache etc
    Applications :
    • Confectionery & Chocolate Industry
    • Bakery and Pastry Industry
    • Beverage Industry
    • Perfumes
    • Pharmaceuticals
    • Gift industry and many more
  • "ICT" Range Of "Value Added Spices
    "ICT" Range Of "Value Added Spices

    The following range of spices are specially selected, graded, packed and marketed in retail /gift packs for direct users, distributors, super markets Under "ICT" brand or private labels.

    Cinnamon, Cloves, Black Pepper, White Pepper, Nut Meg, Mace.

  • Cloves

    Clove (Eugenia Caryophyllus) of commerce is the dried, fully grown but still unopened flower buds of the evergreen tree Eugenia caryophyllus of the family Myrtaceae. Clove oil obtained by the distillation of flower buds and inflorescence branches left after the buds have been removed.

    Cloves (Eugenia Caryophyllus) consist of flower buds of the plant. The buds are picked by hand, and dried before being added to herbal and cooking preparation. The oil content odor content odor and flavor makes it an important ingredient in the food and essential oil industry.

    Cloves available in :
    • Cloves – Hand Picked & Selected
    • Cloves Grade 1
    • Cloves Stems
    • Clove bud and Stem as essential oils
  • Nutmeg & Mace
    Nutmeg & Mace

    Nutmeg & Mace (Mysristica fragrans) are derived from the same plant but are treated as two separate spices and widely used in the Food and Essential oil industry.

    Nut Meg & Mace is available as :
    • Nutmeg with Shell
    • Nut Meg without Shell
    • Nut Meg Broken and shriveled
    • Mace in dried form
    • Nut Meg & Mace as essential oils
  • Pepper

    Pepper (Piper nigrum Linn.) popularly known as the “King of spice” and it accounts for a large percentage in the international spice trade. It is the widely used spice all over the world. Black Pepper of commerce is the mature dried berries of the perennial evergreen climbing vine, Piper nigrum.

    Black Pepper (Piper nigrum Linn.) grown in Sri Lanka has a high aromatic flavour due to the presence of high Piperine in comparison to other origins. Has a high demand for the Essential oil and Oleoresin industry and is used in the Food and Pharmaceuticalindustry as well.

    White Pepper is manufactured by further maturing and processing of Pepper.

    Pepper is available in :
    • Black Pepper of 500 gm.p/l, 550 gm.p/l , Pinheads, Light Berries
    • White Pepper-630 gm. p/l
    • In Powder , Flakes of various mesh sizes.
    • Essential oils & Oleoresins
Herbal Tea
  • herbal-tea
    Karapincha Curry Leaves (Murraya koenigii)

    The curry leaves (Murraya koenigii) is a tropical to sub-tropical tree in the family Rutaceae, which is native to India and Sri Lanka. Its leaves are used in many herbal preparations and also as a common leafy spice during cooking.

  • herbal-tea
    Eramusu (Hemidesmus indicus. Linn)

    Hemidesmus indicus is a plant that is found in South Asia a slender, laticiferous, twining, semi-erect shrub. Used as a beverage in traditional medicine. Studies have proven its anti diabetic effect.

  • herbal-tea

    Ginger (Zingerber officinale) a perennial herb having a fibrous rhizome. Research show that ginger extract might control the quantity of free ^ radicals.

  • herbal-tea
    Beli Fruit

    Beli (Aegle marmelos L.) Dried flowers and fruits are used for the preparation of a beverage and it is suitable for dysentery and diarrhea.