Spices of the world is a historical tribute to the intimate relationship between Spain and the spice route that for 250 years linked Asia, America and Europe through the Manila Galleon, which traveled the Manila-Acapulco route once a year. From the American ports, the Spanish ships carried in their bilges, to the Iberian Peninsula, the precious spices from Asia and the New World, which were then distributed throughout all the European countries. Spices contributed to enriching and enhancing traditional culinary rites by merging with local flavors. They served as a dressing and condiment, adapting over time to the cuisines of each country.