Baker's Set

Burlap & Barrel Baker's Set

Baker's Set

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Tell the baker in your life how much you love them without saying anything at all. This trio set of buffalo ginger, morogoro cacao, and royal cinnamon is fit for any dessert genius’ arsenal.
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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

Behind every great baker is a great set of tools. And that includes this set of single-origin, biodynamically-grown spices. Buffalo ginger powder is made with ginger grown in Vietnam and harvested at its peak—a character to instantly elevate baked goods with its sweet heat. Morogoro cacao hails from the famous Kokoa Kamili cooperative in Tanzania, and it brings rich, nutty flavor to whatever it touches. Sweeter and spicier than regular cinnamon, royal cinnamon is obviously fit for any kitchen mastermind.

Burlap & Barrel partners directly with small farms to source single-origin, biodynamically-grown spices.
Buffalo Ginger: Ginger, ground (Zingiber officinale); Morogoro Cacao: 100% cacao bean solids, ground (Theobroma cacao var. Trinitario); Royal Cinnamon: Royal cinnamon, ground (Cinnamomum loureiroi)

The glass jars and metal lids are curbside recyclable. The plastic sifters are recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

Hive Five™ Certified

No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.

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ingredient integrity


low carbon footprint


recyclable packaging


committed to social good


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How it does good

Making a positive social impact and a low environmental impact

Burlap & Barrel sources their spices directly from farmer cooperatives and small farms. They visit each of these farms, spending time with the employees to learn about the economic, social, and environmental implications of their methods. Every decision they make is fueled by their goal to end inequality and exploitation in the food industry. They do this by connecting small farms to high-value markets, educating consumers about the impact of product traceability, and sourcing unique foods that are grown using biodynamic and organic techniques.