What's In My Cart: 0

Speedwell - Seafood Seasoning

Speedwell - Seafood Seasoning

Translation missing: en.products.product.regular_price $ 4.98

Boston Spice Speedwell Seafood Seasoning Blend

Set sail for a totally new voyage with our "Speedwell" spice. Make sure to come aboard ready to get your seafood bearings straight. This spice complements the fruits of the sea by blending together; maple sugar, ginger, celery seed, mace, and allspice. Your taste buds won’t sink with this delicious spice. Try it on all types of fish, shrimp, and scallops. Don’t let your next meal spring a leak. Try some "Speedwell" spice on your seafood, and it will be smooth sailing!

Boston Spice Speedwell Seafood Seasoning Blend Pilgrim Passengers

This painting depicts the Pilgrims on the deck of the ship Speedwell on July 22, 1620, before they departed from Delfs Haven, Holland, for North America, where they sought religious freedom. (This painting is hanging in the United States Capitol Rotunda)

The Speedwell was one of two ships, the other being the Mayflower,  that was to take the Pilgrims to the New World. At about 60 tons, the Speedwell was the smaller of the two ships. Both ships set sail for America from the port of Southhampton England on August 5, 1620. Soon after leaving port, the Speedwell began to leak and along with the Mayflower, put up in Dartmouth for repairs. Again, both ships set sail, and again the Speedwell began to leak. The Separatists decided to continue their voyage to America on the Mayflower and leave the Speedwell behind. Eleven people from the Speedwell boarded the Mayflower and on September 6, 1620, the Mayflower, with 102 passengers and crew, set sail again for the New World and arrived in Cape Cod on November 11, 1620. The rest is history……..

Ingredients*: kosher salt, garlic powder, black pepper, celery seed, ginger, maple sugar, paprika, cayenne pepper, mace, allspice. *rice powder added to reduce caking

Share our great products with your friends!

More from this collection


Have a Question?

Be the first to ask a question about this.

Ask a Question


Sold Out

Back to the top Back to the top