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The Voyager Box Spice Set By Eric Ripert and La Boîte, Limited Edition
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The Voyager Box Spice Set By Eric Ripert and La Boîte, Limited Edition

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After 3 years of working together, Eric Ripert of Manhattan's Le Bernardin and Lior Lev Sercarz of La Boîte have collaborated to create a unique line of spices - The Voyager Collection. Boxed in a very limited edition collector's wooden box signed by Ripert and Sercarz, this set includes three jars of new spice blends: La Poivre (espelette, black pepper, and spices), Riviera Herbs (oregano, mint, and wild herbs), and Sel D'antibes (salt, bergamot, and herbs). You'll also get custom recipe cards by Eric Ripert and a beautiful wooden spoon to serve up all the dishes you can now master.

Option to purchase spices and cards together, without the collector's box and spoon.

  • Made in: New York
  • Size: Le Poivre: 1.25 ounces, Riviera Herbs: 0.5 ounces, Sel D'antibes: 1.5 ounces

Sourced from: La Boîte

Sourced from La Boîte: Founded by former chef Lior Lev Sercarz (our Food52 spice expert), La Boîte à Epice, located in New York City, is a spice lab unlike any other. Sourcing herbs and spices from all over the world, Lior creates blends that have earned him a spot on many chefs’ speed-dials: Daniel Boulud, Eric Ripert, and Marc Forgione all spice up their signature dishes with Lior’s masterful blends.

Standard Shipping: Ships in about 3 business days.

Three-Day Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Wednesday, April 30.

Overnight Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Monday, April 28.

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