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Smoked Yupanqui black pepper
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Smoked Yupanqui black pepper
Smoked Yupanqui black pepper
Smoked Yupanqui black pepper

Smoked Yupanqui black pepper

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The most powerful we know. Yupanqui Pepper is above all the pepper of a large family of Inca farmers. The Yupanqui have been cultivating an exceptional pepper for 30 years in the Manabi region of Ecuador.

Passion, terroir and unique know-how undoubtedly make this fragrant pepper the most powerful we know. With an exceptional rate between 5% and 8% of piperine, it is a robust pepper, with character. A Max Daumin exclusivity on the European continent.

  • Net weight : 55g
  • Usage : Fish, Meat, Vegetables.

History

Plant & perfume

Pepper (piper nigrum) is a major spice, the world's most important in terms of production. The pepper plant is a climbing vine that can reach a height of ten meters. Pepper comes in the form of a hanging cluster of twenty to thirty seeds tightly packed around the stem.

This Amazonian pepper, grown in Ecuador, is a unique pepper; nothing can compare with it. Its aroma evokes complex notes of cocoa, orange, tangelo and cinnamon cassia. To the taste, a swirl of heat invades your palate after 3 seconds, giving way to notes of wild mango and ripe orange. A definitely fruity and powerful pepper.

Smoked Yupanqui black pepper Max Daumin - History
Smoked Yupanqui black pepper Max Daumin - Benefits

Benefits

Cooking and Virtue

Like all peppers, it should be used as a final spice. It will punctuate your dish or your plate. Yupanqui Pepper will complement and develop the flavors of all your cooking. If you like smoky flavors, this pepper will work just as well with meat, fish and vegetables.

To make the most of its essence, grind it at the last minute. It also works well with chocolate and coffee.

Origins

A long journey

In 1899, Peru was the first country to accept Japanese immigration. A few Japanese emigrants brought a few pepper plants for their personal use. This cultivation was carried out solely in their gardens for personal use.

It was in the Ucayali river basin in Peru, some fifty years ago, that our grower's grandfather received a few pepper plants from a Japanese emigrant.

After years of harassment by guerrillas, it wasn't until the late 1990s that the family found a unique terroir in the equatorial forest to finally express all their ancestral know-how as farmers. The result today is an exceptional pepper grown by the Yupanqui family from Cuzco (Peru).

For the record, Yupanqui is the name of several Inca emperors, meaning “priceless” or “he who shines”.

Smoked Yupanqui black pepper Max Daumin - Origins
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