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Clove
 

Pictured above; Some cloves

 
 
 
 

Clove, common name for a evergreen tree of the myrtle family.

Native to the Moluccas, eastern Indonesia, it is now cultivated elsewhere in the Tropics. Cloves, produced from the flower buds have a strong aroma and hot and are pungent in taste.

Cloves are used extensively as a condiment and flavoring in many types of cookery while the oil produced from distilling is used in medicines and perfumes
 


 
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