King Caraway
King Caraway - Burlap & Barrel Single Origin Spices
King Caraway - Burlap & Barrel Single Origin Spices
King Caraway - Burlap & Barrel Single Origin Spices

King Caraway

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Our King Caraway is an heirloom variety of white-flowered caraway from the lush oasis of Fayoum in central Egypt, where it's been grown for millennia.

Called "king" caraway because of its plump seeds and bold flavor, it also has an herbal brightness and sweetness unlike any other we've tasted. Perfect for homemade rye bread, and for pickles, stews, and anywhere else you'd use spices like cumin, coriander or fennel.

  • Origin: Fayoum Oasis, Egypt
  • Process: Sun-dried
  • Ingredients: 100% organically-grown caraway seeds (Carum carvi)
  • Tasting notes: Dried Mint • Red Radish • Fresh Bread



The caraway is grown by smallholder farmers in central Egypt, in an oasis west of the Nile where ancient canal systems divert the Nile's waters to irrigate the fields. The seeds are harvested by hand in early summer, and farmers use a special curved knife to cut the caraway plants down, and the seeds are pulled off by hand.

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Open the jar and enjoy the wonderful Caraway aroma. Have not used them yet but confident they will be delicious!

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King of Caraway King Caraway

This is a wonderfully fragrant seed. Loved baking bread with it as well as putting it in my pickling liquids.

Frances D.

I’m so pleased with the quality of your spices~and being able to explore new food horizons with them!

susan b.

those are the largest caraway seeds that i have ever seen. they are very aromatic and i've used them in my latest fermentation--homemade sauerkraut--can't wai to taste it!

Haley R.

We've been making kimmelwick rolls and sprinkling them with these caraway seeds that add such a delicious flavor!