Spices

The list of spices is very long, at least as long as the possibilities of their use in the kitchen, useful to flavour, colour kitchen preparations or even to prepare excellent flavoured oils. Among the most common and well-known there are dill, anise, cloves, coriander, cumin, liquorice, nutmeg, paprika, pepper and chilli. Today spices are not just used to perfume foods or replace salt, but are also recognized as allies of health and beauty, as they contain antioxidants, minerals and vitamins, which amplify the nourishing properties of foods making them healthier, while others are suitable for purifying the body.

Devoid of calories and useful for slimming, they have a thermogenic function, burning fat and able to accelerate the metabolism, as they increase the sense of satiety. 

For this reason we have dedicated an entire line to these wellness ingredients, ambassadors of well-being and beauty.
Discover all the benefits of the Spices Line with pure white porcelain mise en place, preciously decorated, giving a touch of class and elegance to the table, especially for parties. 

Have fun mixing the table set-Line with each other and match them with glasses and stem-glasses of the set-Lines Assenzio, Wormwood, Mirto, Sandalo, Alloro and Artemisia.



Zenzero

Zenzero - as Ginger - originally from India and Malaysia was brought to the West by Alexander the Great and used since ancient times as a medicine to treat the stomach. Besides being a valid ally for the well-being of the gastro-intestinal apparatus, it is effective against the cold, the cough and the sore throat, but also very useful in case of muscle aches and neuralgia, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. 

For an elegant mise en place with an unmistakable touch, try mixing Zenzero with Curcuma and Cannella, the other two decorations of the Spezie set-Line and match them with glasses and stem-glasses of the Artemisia, Sandalo and Assenzio set-Line.

Curcuma

Curcuma - as Turmeric - in addition to giving taste for our dishes also brings many benefits to our body. First of all it has a strong anti-inflammatory function, so much so that it is used as a food supplement and is also employed in traditional Chinese medicine, but not only, taking it also helps to purify our body, not to mention the choleretic function that increases the production of bile by the liver, cholagogues, able to help the emptying of gallbladders, as well as its effective antioxidant and fluidizing blood. 

For a chic and refined mise en place, try mixing Curcuma with Zenzero and Cannella, the other two decorations of the Spezie set-Line and match them with the glasses of the Sandalo and Alloro set-Lines.

Cannella

Cannella - as Cinnamon - already known in ancient Egypt and by the Romans, is an aphrodisiac spice useful against cold and nervous hunger. Spice with aphrodisiac properties, widely used, not only in the kitchen, is a powerful natural antioxidant, stimulates blood circulation and helps to restrain cholesterol. It has antibacterial, antiseptic, stimulant and digestive properties. Useful for stimulating the immune system, it is a good natural remedy against flu; it also notes its antimicrobial and astringent function. 

For a fine and refined mise en place, try mixing Cannella with Zenzero and Curcuma, the other two decorations of the Spezie set-Line and match them with the glasses of Mirto and Alloro set-Lines.

Curry

Curry is a blend of Indian origin that thanks to turmeric bring with it a well-known antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to improve digestion and regularize metabolism. Also, the quantity of mineral salts is conspicuous: magnesium, calcium, manganese, potassium, sodium, selenium, phosphorus, copper and zinc. The effects on the stimulation of blood circulation are given in particular by the pepper that is also able to fight water retention and with it also the skin imperfections of cellulite. 

For an elegant and refined mise en place, the result of the mix of precious pure white porcelain and a remarkable pink gold effect decoration, try to combine Curry with the glasses and stem-glasses of the Artemisia set-Line.