Nutmeg, a spice that is derived from the seeds of a tropical evergreen tree, is used mostly for its flavor. Nutmeg Oleoresin, obtained by solvent extraction from the dried spice of Nutmeg, are used in coloring and flavoring in the food industry. The extracted spice oleoresin is a direct competitor of the dry spice. The spice nutmeg has a characteristic pungent fragrance and a warm, slightly sweet flavor.
Raw Material Botanical Nomenclature - Cuminum cyminum
|Volatile Oil||15 ml/100g to 25 ml/100g|
|Solubility||Water / Oil Soluble|
|Spice Equivalent||7-8 Kg replaces 100 Kg Cumin|