It was the Caribbean Indians who invented this potent blend of spices that is now used around the world as the basis for preparing meat for barbecues or grills. As early as the 15th century, these people, nicknamed the 'navigators of prehistoric America', were using spices to season meat and fish. Their cultural influence spread throughout Latin America, from Nicaragua to Brazil via the Amazon and also into North America, forming the Carichana (Karb-Ana) colony, Cariben. Even today, the success of this blend never ceases to amaze country cooking enthusiasts who use it with pork, beef and baked potatoes.
Ingredients: cane sugar, salt, garlic, onion, black pepper, sweet paprika, mustard, honey, cumin, celery, other spices.
Weight: 80 g