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Sacred Spice: A Holiday Poem

Over the past ten years our customers, employees, and franchisees have become an extended family. Like any family, we have celebrated joyous occasions (marriages, births, and anniversaries) and stood together in trying times (through Colorado fires and floods, Hurricane Sandy, and deaths). Sometimes, we even find out that someone in our Savory Family has a hidden tale...
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Give the Gift of Savory

Savory Spice Shop, our customers tell us, is a great place to get holiday gifts. With dozens of new spice related items added to our product offering this year, there really is something for everyone. Sometimes though, the options are overwhelming. So, in the spirit of streamlining your holiday shopping experience, we’ve put together this handy holiday gift guid...
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Examining Extracts

Vanilla extract. Without even peeking into someone’s pantry, you can almost guarantee that there’s a bottle in there. In fact, chances are you have at least one half-full bottle in your pantry – maybe even more. Here at Savory Spice Shop, we keep five on hand: Madagascar, Double Strength Madagascar, Organic Madagascar, Mexican, and Tahitian. But we don&rs...
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‘Tis the Season for Giftable Foods

Holiday treats that are carefully crafted, wrapped in bows, and filled with family tradition are the kind we like to make this time of year. For inspiration, we asked our family of Savory Spice Shop owners around the country for some of their favorite holiday food traditions. Owners in Colorado Springs, CO, Santa Rosa, CA, Portland, OR, and Charlotte, NC not only share...
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Chai: A Blend of Traditions

The history of the chai we know today is, appropriately, a blend of varying cultures, traditions and spices. The word “chai” is actually the Hindi word for “tea.” (So, when we say, “chai tea,” we’re actually saying, “tea tea.”)
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