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Black Peppercorn

Black peppercorns are the most commonly used peppercorns, and are ground up and put in shakers next to the salt. These are green peppercorns that have been cooked in hot water and then spread out in the sun to dry. 

​Country of Origin

Gross Weight

Net Weight

Flavor Profile

: Madagascar

: 110g

: 53g

: Robust, Smoky, Aromatic

THE PEPPERCORNS

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​Country of Origin

Gross Weight

Net Weight

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Pink Peppercorn

Pink peppercorns are not a true peppercorns (genusPiper), but are the ripe berries of the Brazilian pepper tree. Since they are the same shape and size as true peppercorns, they are marketed under the name “pink peppercorn.” They are used as a spice and have a lighter pepper-like taste.

: Madagascar

: 85.6g

: 28.8g

: Sweet, Peppery, Anise

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Wild Peppercorn

Voatsiperifery pepper is known for its special flavour that enhances vegetables and gives them character. It is excellent with pan-fried mushrooms and even in a mushroom sauce.

​Country of Origin

Gross Weight

Net Weight

Flavor Profile

: Madagascar

: 110g

: 53g

: Spicy, Rich, Intense