Short description

Our natural & fairtrade smocked black pepper PGI from Kampot is ranked among the best peppers in the world.

It is produced by a belgian cooperative established in Kampot, La Plantation.

Only the clusters of ripe peppercorns, with grains of a beautiful dark green color, are hand picked one by one.

The grains are selected and then dried.

The cold smoking, lasting long hours, accentuates its woody side and brings it warm, round, slightly liquorice notes, with a very nice length in the mouth.

The strength of Kampot Black Pepper and the smoking offer a subtle and elegant fragrance.

It is a pepper with character that will enhance your dishes, drinks and desserts.

Our smoked black pepper PGI from Kampot is a natural product, produced without pesticides.

Natural fairtrade smoked black pepper PGI from Kampot - direct producer

Short description

Our natural & fairtrade smocked black pepper PGI from Kampot is ranked among the best peppers in the world.

It is produced by a belgian cooperative established in Kampot, La Plantation.

Only the clusters of ripe peppercorns, with grains of a beautiful dark green color, are hand picked one by one.

The grains are selected and then dried.

The cold smoking, lasting long hours, accentuates its woody side and brings it warm, round, slightly liquorice notes, with a very nice length in the mouth.

The strength of Kampot Black Pepper and the smoking offer a subtle and elegant fragrance.

It is a pepper with character that will enhance your dishes, drinks and desserts.

Our smoked black pepper PGI from Kampot is a natural product, produced without pesticides.

9.95 €
VAT included
Poids
  • 50g
  • 100g
  • 200g
Quantity
En stock

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Kampot pepper (in Khmer, ម្រេច mréch) is a variety of pepper cultivated in the provinces of Kampot and Kep in Cambodia. Like other varieties of pepper, it is the berry of a tropical liana, Piper nigrum.

It is the first Cambodian agricultural product to have benefited from a PGI (protected geography indication), which was issued to it on April 2, 2010.

This geographical indication allows it to benefit from a protected label in countries recognizing this indication, in particular the European Union.

This decision and local efforts should allow a rebirth of its culture.

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