Top 6 Most Expensive Spices In India

Saffron, popularly known as “red gold” is the ultimate spice on the list of most spices in the world. It has an earthy flavor with a slight bitter taste for the palette.
Long pepper has a slight different flavor than regular long pepper, with a hint of anise, and nutmeg. This makes long pepper one of the most expensive spices in the world.
Popular in India, Iran, Morocco, and Egypt, black cumin seed holds a special place as the most expensive spice in the world. It has a citrusy and sweet aftertaste.
Kaffir lime leaves are widely used in Indonesian, Thai and Vietnamese cuisines. It is a difficult crop to grow and requires patience, making it an expensive spice.
Green cardamom has a flavour that goes well with both savoury and sweet dishes. As a result, green cardamom has a high demand, making it an expensive spice in the world.
Fennel Pollen is difficult to grow and has an intense flavour. It is considered an expensive spice due to its extensive labour harvesting process as it is a tiny flower.
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