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A delicious deep red spice, lemony and salty. Ideal with guacamole, a lemon and olive oil dip and delicious with cheese, served warm or cold. 

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The New Year spice !

Sumac comes from the dried berries of the Rhus Coriara tree, commonly known as tanner's sumac. This is because the tanin it contains is used to dye leather. Sumac is one of the “Seven S’s”, symbolic items that start with an S, that Iranian families place on the Haft Sin table on the first day of Norouz, the Persian New Year, marking the beginning of Spring.

The "7S" correspond to one of the 7 creations and the 7 holy immortals protecting them.

The red berries are picked by hand in the summer, then dried for a month and ground down to a powder. The berries will enhance your dishes yet without altering the flavours, releasing a tangy tingling and slightly salty taste, a truly delightful spice!

Its acid and astringent taste can be used to replace lemon in many recipes. It is widely used for seasoning Iranian salads, chicken or beef skewers and is an essential ingredient of the very typical Middle Eastern mixture, zaatar. It can also be used in yoghurt sauces and marinades.


Additional Information

Country Turkey
Post No
Allergen Allergen free
Ingredient Sumac powder
Storage conditions Keep at room temperature in a dry place
Use By date 5 years
Nutritional info No
Culture mod No
Color Red
Botanical genus and species Rhus coriara
Intensity scale No
Other names No
Aromatic footprint Fruity, Vegetable


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