A Discovery card of Africa
12 sweet and subtly spiced cookies with African spices
No preservatives or additives
Store in their original packaging or in an airtight box
Protect from light and humidity
Available in 3 flavors
Eco-responsible packaging bag made of corn starch.
List of ingredients (wheat flour, butter (milk), sugar, yeast + spices), allergens, nutritional values and minimum durability date available on the back of the box
Take a bite out of our cultural cookies sweetened with African spices… Let yourself be surprised by this mystery theme and go on a journey of (re)discovery of Africa, its History, its Culture and its People. Feel the warmth of this ancestral land and let go.
Africa Blossoms is the first concept of cultural cookies that invites to discover Africa in an original and greedy way in order to have a new look on this continent.
Heritage of the African pharmacopoeia, the Moringa is nicknamed “the tree of miracles”. It is known for its exceptional nutritional qualities and its cosmetic properties in skin and hair care.
Moringa leaves are also used for their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. In the Sahel region, they are vegetables in their own right. One of the most miraculous features is its ability to clean and purify water.
Moringa is also called “Nebeday” in Wolof language, which means “Never die”. It can grow on both rich and poor soil, without being affected by drought.
When exposed to direct light, moringa cookies become more bitter as they are exposed to light. Hence the importance of keeping them away from light.
From its botanical name zingiber officinale, ginger (ginger in English) is now cultivated in almost all tropical areas of the world.
Ginger is a tropical plant most often used as a spice.
The most consumed part of the plant is the rhizome, an underground stem rich in food reserves.
Known to be an exceptional aphrodisiac, ginger is much more than a stimulant. For a long time, ginger has also been consumed for its multiple therapeutic virtues.
Very popular, fresh ginger juice is a famous drink in West Africa. It is also called Gnamankoudji, Gnamacoudji or Gnamakoudji, a name of Dioula origin.
The 4 spices
From its botanical name Pimenta dioica, 4-spice is originally a unique spice, also called allspice. The pepper or allspice is native to the Caribbean, Central America and South America.
Its pleasantly pungent aroma evokes a mixture of pepper, cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg, spices found in many African dishes.
Generally, the term “4 spice” refers to a deliberate mixture of 4 different spices: ginger (or pepper), nutmeg, clove and cinnamon.
In traditional medicine, the infusion of the leaves of the all-spice would relieve the intestinal disorders and would facilitate the digestion.
These leaves are used in the Reunionese cooking, they scent pleasantly and delicately the sauces and the courses of broths.