cloves (25g)

£1.75

Cloves add a deep, rich flavor; they are excellent in beer, with other spices in the mix. They are renowned known for their uniquely warm, sweet and taste

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cloves (25g)

cloves (25g)Cloves are renowned for providing their uniquely warm, sweet and aromatic taste to beers.

Clove is a tree native to Indonesia. Its dried flower buds are a popular spice used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. They add a deep, rich flavour and  they are excellent in beer, especially Christmas ales, with other spices in the mix.

You might try to add a dash (no more!) of cloves to a hefeweizen to accent the clove character of the Weizen beer yeast, which tends to come out when this style is fermented at the lower end of the temperature range. This is one of the more practical ways of using spices in beer. Cloves also work nicely in winter spiced ales.

Benefits

  •  Cloves are packed with fiber
    One of the best things you can do to ease digestion and promote regularity is to consume an adequate amount of fiber daily. Fortunately, cloves check the box in this department. “For a spice, cloves have an impressive amount of fiber,” says dietitian
  • 2. Cloves can help regulate blood sugar levels
    Apparently, cloves contain a mineral that can help regular blood sugar levels. “Cloves provide manganese, a mineral that can help regulate blood sugar levels,” says dietitian

Ways to use

They are commonly used in 2winter spiced foods” such as pumpkin pie and mulled wine. It is common to stab ham with cloves so they infuse the meat while it cooks but always to remember to remove them before serving. Cloves are also found in Vietnamese beef pho, Asian lamb korma, Indian style rice, Gingerbread cookies, Pumpkin Pie, Hot mulled cider

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cloves (25g)
cloves (25g)
£1.75