The dried fruit of a small evergreen tree is called Allspice because its flavor suggests a blend of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. Used in Caribbean, Mexican, Indian, English and American cooking and baking, seasoning blends.
Allspice works well in seasoning blends such as jerk and curry, sauces, sausages, gravies and roasts. Allspice also matches well with: red meats, root vegetables and soups.
Allspice has carminative properties,1 which means it can relieve gas, bloating, and stomach upset.