Credit…SOGA Design Collective for Burlap & Barrel
Credit…Devin Yalkin for The New York Times

Before he died of Covid-19 in March, the popular Indian chef and restaurateur Floyd Cardoz was working with Burlap & Barrel, a Queens spice company that specializes in sustainable, single-origin products, to create a line of masala blends. Thanks to the continuing participation of Barkha Cardoz, his wife, they are now available. In addition to garam masala — the aromatic, complex and somewhat fruity blend that’s fairly well known, there are also a Goan masala that’s fueled with ginger and packs some heat, and a Kashmiri masala, an earthy, ruddy mix with a hot-yet-sweet chile profile. More Floyd Cardoz blends are also in the works; $1 per jar goes to the charity Cookies for Kids’ Cancer.

Floyd Cardoz masalas, $33.99 for three 2.2-ounce jars ($11.99 for one jar), burlapandbarrel.com.

Follow NYT Food on Twitter and NYT Cooking on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest. Get regular updates from NYT Cooking, with recipe suggestions, cooking tips and shopping advice.