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Cloves spice from Ceylon has been famous as they are very fragrant and pungent. Ceylon has been renowned for her range of spices for centuries. Spices was the magnet that drew foreigners to Sri Lanka - first the Arabs, then the Portuguese, the Dutch and finally the British who made her a colony of their far flung empire. In flavour and fragrance, Sri Lanka’s spices stand in a class of their own.

DRUERA markets Cloves in 1 oz , 4 oz , 8 oz and 16 oz  pack sizes which could be purchase online by clicking the arrow pointing down next to the pack size.

Sri Lanka produces and consumes a large number of spices Cloves are the rich, brown, dried, unopened flower buds of Syzygium aromaticum, an evergreen tree in the myrtle family. The pink flower buds turn reddish-brown after drying and are pungent and sweet tasting.

The name of cloves comes from the French "clou" meaning nail. Sri Lankan Cloves come from the mountainous central hills of Kandy. Cloves are hand picked at least 4 times per years. The buds are sun-dried for several days where they lose their pink color and turn brown.

Our Spices are grown in the wild and as such could be considered organic. They are free of any pesticides and herbicides.

Add another Spice shaker to your order and pay the same rate for shipping

Worldwide delivery within 3 - 7 days with online shipment tracking.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Beth M. (San Diego, United States)

The cloves are the freshest I have ever bought. I compared them to the cloves I had in my spice cabinet and my old cloves were obviously dried out and smaller. I threw out my old cloves.

Helen A. (Fort McMurray, Canada)


K.A. (Baku, Azerbaijan)
Cloves and Cinnamon

İt was second time i purchased from Druera. Excellent quality. Thank you

Kamila A. (Baku, Azerbaijan)


Ronald H.S. (Hackett, United States)
Worth every penny

I will be putting the spices I received from DRUERA in air tight bags as they will last me a long time. They look and smell great. I definitely got my money's worth