Villa Jerada

Ras el Hanout

$ 12.50
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  • Ras el Hanout

Villa Jerada

Ras el Hanout

$ 12.50
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Ras el Hanout in Arabic translates to "head of the shop," as in the finest spices the store has on hand. Like the others in the Villa Jerada line, this Ras el Hanout spice blend is Morocco in a jar. The stunning label fits the bill, the individual ingredients certainly fit the bill - all of which are imported directly from Morocco, and the wonderful result is just what you would expect in traditional Moroccan flavor. 
This blend is just right for marinades, as a dry rub, and as a standalone seasoning in stews. For quick use, mix Ras el Hanout into whipped butter or sour cream and use as a topping. Better yet, sprinkle a bit on popcorn for movie night. 
50 grams
Ingredients: saffron, rose petals, anise star, fennel seeds, white peppercorns, galangal, nutmeg, mace, lavender, all spice, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, monk pepper.

Retail:

Free shipping on orders of $30 or more. Otherwise, it's just a flat $5. 

Returns: if you're not a fan for any reason, we'll refund you. Simple as that. 

Wholesale:

Instead of charging FOB or maintaining strict minimums, we have something we think is a bit simpler. That is, on orders of $200 or more, we'll cover whatever it takes to get it to you, whether we deliver ourselves or ship via FedEx. Anything under $200, it's just a flat $10. Some folks use that 200 benchmark as a pseudo minimum.

We do wholesale everything in our collection. If you're interested in wholesale, please get in touch with bryan@stockedgeneral.com.

Here's a bit about how it works:

We either ship or deliver everything direct to you. Instead of charging FOB or maintaining strict minimums, we have something we think is a bit simpler. That is, on orders of $200 or more, we'll cover whatever it takes to get it to you, whether we deliver ourselves or ship via FedEx. Anything under $200, it's just a flat $10. Some folks use that 200 benchmark as a pseudo minimum.