Golden Drops Turmeric Paste

Inspired by Ayurvedic recipes and made in Portland, Oregon.

Golden Drops makes Turmeric Pastes that are easy to use, maximize absorption, and best of all–they are delicious! Our goal is to make adding the anti-inflammatory properties of Turmeric to your diet as easy as possible. 

We have found that the best results come when our paste is used consistently and over time. For this reason, we recommend that our customers add the paste to something they already consume on a daily basis. We suggest adding it to your coffee, herbal teas, smoothies, oatmeal bowls, or milk (see note)

Original Blend –Our first creation. It is a blend of spices cooked in coconut oil and sweetened with local honey (Check out Artie's Harvest here). 

Cardamom Blend Our second blend. It has all the same ingredients as the Original Blend, with the addition of sweet and zesty Cardamom. Perfect for our customers that enjoy the extra spice of Cardamom!

Golden Cocoa –Our third blend. Made with Momo Cocoa Unsweetened Cocoa Powder. Our Golden Cocoa adds a light and silky, antioxidant rich boost of Cocoa to your food/drinks. Check Momo Cocoa out here for more deliciousness!

Quality

Golden Drops is committed to only using high-quality certified organic ingredients. We are proud to work with local wholesalers to get all of our ingredients. 

Flavor 

What makes our Turmeric Paste unique is how we prepare it. Our turmeric is cooked, which eliminates bitterness and yields a well-balanced, earthy, semi-sweet flavor. The heating process also increases the bioavailability of the powerful anti-inflammatory Curcumin compound.

Convenience 

We want to make being healthy easy! We believe the best way to incorporate turmeric into your diet is to add it to something you're already eating or drinking. Our paste can be measured out and quickly and easily added to your morning coffee, tea, or oatmeal!

A note from Golden Drops: Turmeric has been used for centuries in traditional Indian medicine to make Haldi Doodh (known in the west as 'Golden Milk'). While consuming Turmeric/Golden Milk has become popular in the western health world in recent years, we would like to acknowledge the centuries long cultural importance of Turmeric in Indian culture, cuisine, and ceremonies.