Ginger is one of those intriguing spices that can walk the fine line between savory and sweet.
Ginger is the rhizome, or underground stem, of a small plant that grows two to four feet in height.
McCormick Ginger is grown from roots planted just before the start of monsoon season. About nine months later, when the leaves of the plants die back, the roots are harvested by hand, carefully washed and gently dried in the sun.
We test every batch, every year, to ensure that each bottle of McCormick Ginger delivers consistent flavor, aroma and heat.