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closeBourbon Madagascar / Papua New Guinea / Indian / Uganda / Vanilla Beans and Seeds
closeVanilla Extracts / Vanilla Paste
closeExtracts and Flavors for Baking
closeTTB Approved Flavors for Beer, Cider, Wine & Spirits
closePropylene Glycol Free (PG Free) Extracts / Flavors
closeExtracts and Flavors for Ice Cream
closeBakery Emulsions (Ethyl Alcohol Free)
closeBeverage Emulsions & Extracts - Root Beer / Ginger Ale / Cola
closeEssential Oils, Pure, Undiluted, Therapeutic Grade
closeChili Peppers
closeAromatic Chemicals - Menthol / Vanillin / Ethyl Vanillin / Other
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Silver Cloud Estates, LLC
1550 Caton Center Drive
Suite H
Halethorpe, MD 21227
Phone  410-565-6600
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Sesame Seed - DISCONTINUED

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Sesame Seed - DISCONTINUED

Sesame (Sesamum indicum) is one of the oldest spices and oil seed crops. A 4000 year old drawing on an Egyptian tomb shows a baker adding sesame to his dough. Delicately flavored, it can be used in more or less unmeasured amounts in any dish you use chopped nutmeats.

The precise origin of sesame is not known. Many wild species grow in sub-Sahara Africa, India and the Sunda Islands of Indonesia. A valuable oil seed and food crop, sesame was introduced into China, Egypt and Japan and subsequently brought to other warm countries. Sesame was first brought by slaves to North America and the Caribbean. Called Benne Seeds, the name is still used in some parts of the South.

Sesame comes in a variety of colors from creamy-white to charcol-black. Silver Cloud sells the cream colored, black and toasted seeds. The cream colored seeds are fifty percent oil and an excellent source for cooking oil. They can be toasted to intensify their sweet nut-like flavor. Black sesame is primarily used on baked goods and vegetables to add visual appeal and flavor.

149-446Sesame Seed, Creamy - White - 2.75 oz. jar$3.53
149-450Sesame Seed, Black - 2.50 oz. jar$3.78
149-1516Sesame Seed, Creamy - White - 1.00 lb. pouch$4.63
149-447Sesame Seed, Creamy - White - 11.00 oz. jar$5.78
149-451Sesame Seed, Black - 10.00 oz. jar $6.68
149-1517Sesame Seed, Creamy - White - 2.50 lb. pouch$10.74
149-1521Sesame Seed, Black - 2.50 lb. pouch$12.46
149-1518Sesame Seed, Creamy - White - 5.00 lb. pouch$19.35
149-1522Sesame Seed, Black - 5.00 lb. pouch$22.74
149-1519Sesame Seed, Creamy - White - 10.00 lb. pouch$35.23
149-1523Sesame Seed, Black - 10.00 lb. p ouch$41.69
149-1520Sesame Seed, Creamy - White - 25.00 lb. pouch$73.00
149-1524Sesame Seed, Black - 25.00 lb. pouch$88.00
  
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Why Buy Your Spices at Silver Cloud Estates?

Why buy spices online when they are so readily available at your local store? The answer is quality and price. The spices sold at your local store are often a year or two old. As spices age, they loose much of their flavor. Silver Cloud's spices are always fresh, never old. Our products are also an excellent value. When you need spices, click on Silver Cloud Estates for the freshest products at great prices.

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Vanilla beans, vanilla extract, natural flavors, TTB flavors, imitation extracts, essential oils, bakery emulsions, propylene glycol free flavors, vanillin, ethyl vanillin, menthol and chili peppers for baking, beverages (including beer, wine & spirits) and ice cream – Silver Cloud Estates.

News

Vanilla bean and extract prices have increased significantly in the last few months. This is due to a smaller than expected crop in Madagascar last Summer and high demand for the beans. Unfortunately, the crop was also smaller in some of the other producing areas, which has resulted in increased pressure on prices. While short term the news is not good, there is currently a large crop of vanilla on the vines in Madagascar that will be harvested shortly. This may lead to some price softening, but with the strong demand for beans it is hard to say how much relief we will see. We will know more later this year as the new crop of cured beans become available. Best case we do not anticipate any significant reduction before the end of the 1st quarter in 2017.

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