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Night-blooming blossoms. Refreshing squeezes of citrus. Calming earthy sensations. Welcome to the ingredient universe of PAÑPURI.
A beauty aid popular in Southeast Asia and the Mediterranean, used extensively for its health benefits, almond has a multitude of benefits depending on the type of almond used.
Widely cultivated in Italy, bergamot is ideal for treating oily skin and uplifts the spirit with its unique citrus scent.
Known for its glossy peel and deep orange hues, clementines are the crown jewels of the citrus world. This fruit is rich in nutrients and antioxidants that protect the body against free radicals.
Mostly found in Australia, eucalyptus uplifts the senses and reduces inflammation with its refreshing aroma.
Known as 'Siamese ginger' which is rich in antioxidants, galangal is mainly found in Southeast Asia and used as a spice to flavor a variety of cuisines.
A blossom native to South Africa and is found in Egypt, France, Morocco, and Spain, geranium captures intrigue at its most curious heart.
A common ingredient in Asian cuisines and alternative medicine, ginger provides an array of health and beauty benefits.
Originating from Barbados and widely grown in China, this citrus fruit is a super food that promotes health and well-being.
A staple in the East and a signature PANPURI ingredient, the night-blooming jasmine is considered luxurious and allegorical.
Named after the lavender hues of the lavender blossoms, this aromatic herb is found across Europe, Africa, Asia and the Mediterranean. *Certified Organic
An integral flavor in Sri Lankan and Thai cooking, lemongrass and its subtle citrus aroma is beloved around the world.
Most abundantly grown in Japan, India, the East Indies and the Philippines, mandarin is both refreshing and luscious.
Bursting with flavor and nutrients, this ancient herb has been used since antiquity for its culinary, medicinal and aromatic properties.
Considered a fruit and not a vegetable, olive originates from western Asia and the Mediterranean coast. It symbolizes life, renewal and peace.
Indigenous to and widely cultivated in tropical regions of Asia, this herb calms the mind and body with its woody scent.
Widely cultivated in the Middle East, South Asia and the Mediterranean, this antioxidant-rich fruit is an emblem of fertility and abundance.
A staple food for most of the world's population, rice provides energy and symbolizes abundance and success.
A versatile tree that grows abundantly in Brazil, rosewood's distinctive spicy, woody and warm aroma imparts feelings of happiness and strength.
This fragrant wood, native to India and Australia, is often used as a skin softener and protectant.
A rich source of vitamin C, folate, and beta-carotene, tangerine's name originated from Tangier, a seaport in Morocco.
Cultivated in northeastern Madagascar, in the Sava coast near Vohemar, Sambava, Antalaha and Andapa, vanilla is exoticism at its finest. *Certified Organic
Native to India and extensively used in perfumery, vetiver's earthy, grounding aroma calms and soothes the senses.
Widely grown on tropical isles, the "flower of flowers" is prized for its aromatic extract that fills the air with exotic floral notes. *Certified Organic