Cloud Forest Cardamom

Burlap & Barrel Cloud Forest Cardamom

Cloud Forest Cardamom

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Got your head in the clouds? Get yourself some cardamom grown in the cloud forests of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. Sweet and tart with notes of ginger and apricots, it’s an upgrade to your usual green cardamom.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

With origins from the cloud forests of Guatemala, it’s no wonder this cardamom features notes of jungle flowers. These tart and summery whole cardamom pods are grown on a single estate on a biodynamic farm where partner farmer Don Amilcar practices fair business and looks out for his workers’ rights. His farming operation is so impressive and produces cardamom so top-notch that Saveur called him "the farmer shaking up the Guatemalan cardamom trade.

Burlap & Barrel partners directly with small farms to source single-origin, biodynamically-grown spices.

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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.