Black pepper from Kampot Organic & PGI
Ranked among the best peppers in the world, Kampot black pepper IGP (Protected Geographical Indication) is very rich in flavors and is distinguished by its unique fragrance. It develops a relatively mild spiciness, fruity, vegetal, minty aromas.
Deep and intense flavors, it will bring floral notes with a touch of eucalyptus and fresh mint. It is a black pepper with character and subtle.
Net weight : 55g
Usage : Meat, Fish, Eggs, Vegetables
Label : Organic Agriculture
Plant & perfume
Pepper (piper nigrum) 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 tight around the stem. Green, White, Black, Yellow or Red? The differences in pepper colors come only from its degrees of maturity and harvest.
Green: The green beans are picked, they are then soaked in brine to make green pepper.
Black: This is the green pepper that is picked but left to air dry after being boiled. By oxidizing in the air it becomes naturally black.
White: This is black pepper that is simply peeled off.
Yellow: These are the few yellow beans that are picked just before they are fully ripe. They are boiled and the skin is removed.
Red: This is the pepper that is picked when fully ripe, the grains are then red.
Cooking and Virtue
Although pepper is found in spice blends, it is widely used as a final spice; it is the spice that is added at the end of cooking or on the table in order to give the last touch to the culinary table.
Black Kampot pepper goes well with red meats but also all your dishes!
A long journey
It was very cultivated in Cambodia after the First World War and became under the colonial period "the French pepper" that was found at all the best French tables. Kampot pepper is the first to obtain in 2010 the PGI and the PDO, which illustrate the just reward of the work of the Kampot farmers who revived this pepper after its disappearance when the Khmer Rouge came to power.
Our black pepper comes directly from our producer in the Kampot region of Cambodia. We are proud to work with one of the first producers with the Fair for Life label, a sustainable, social and equitable label.
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