Organic black pepper from Madagascar
Organic black pepper from Madagascar
Organic black pepper from Madagascar
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Organic black pepper from Madagascar
Organic black pepper from Madagascar
Organic black pepper from Madagascar

Organic black pepper from Madagascar

€6.59

Conditioning

Our Madagascar Pepper is a (Piper nigrum), real pepper. Harvested at full maturity, it has woody, fruity, almost smoky and slightly minty notes. The berlingot has been able to contain all its power for an explosion of flavors.

  • Net weight : 26g
  • Label : Organic Agriculture
  • Dimensions :
  • Recyclable box and cartons : Sorting paper / cardboard

History

Plant & perfume

Pepper is a major spice, the most important in production. The pepper plant is a climbing vine that can reach ten meters in height. Pepper comes in the form of a hanging cluster, formed of twenty to thirty grains tightly packed around the stem.

Its pungent, aromatic, spicy smell awakens our senses and our taste buds. Depending on its origin, its terroir, its climate, its maturity, its production, the aromatic expression of pepper comes in a rich palette of flavors. Ours is powerful, woody, almost smoky and slightly minty.

Organic black pepper from Madagascar Max Daumin - History
Organic black pepper from Madagascar Max Daumin - Benefits

Benefits

Cooking and Virtue

Although pepper is found in spice blends, it is widely used as a final spice; the one that is added at the end of cooking or on the table to give the last touch to the culinary table. It will thus be able to express itself fully for an exaltation of flavors. Today, great chefs also combine it in sweet dishes.

Origins

A long journey

The cradle of pepper is located in the Western Ghats mountains, straddling the states of Kerala and Karnataka in southwestern India. It has spread to most tropical regions and reached Madagascar. The Portuguese already noted the presence of pepper trees in the 17th century. Its culture then developed at the beginning of the 20th century.

The origin of our pepper is the Vatovavy-Fitovinany region in Madagascar. Fruiting occurs twice a year. The berries require about six to ten months to reach the required ripening. Depending on their harvesting process, the color of the pepper differs: black, green, white or red. But they all come from the same plant, piper nigrum.

Organic black pepper from Madagascar Max Daumin - Origins
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