Short description

Our IGP organic long red pepper from Kampot (piper longum) is ranked among the best peppers in the world.

The fruit is harvested when it is red in color and fully ripe.

It is then washed, scalded and dried in the sun for several days.

Used as a spice or seasoning, it develops a complex flavor of chilli and musk, tempered by sweet notes of chocolate, compote and gingerbread.

The attack on the palate is smooth and the spicy strength comes second.

To use it, you can grind it, grate it or put it into small pieces in a traditional pepper mill.

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

Our IGP organic long red pepper from Kampot (piper longum) a product from organic farming, certified by Ecocert.

Organic fairtrade red piper longum PGI from Kampot - direct producer

Short description

Our IGP organic long red pepper from Kampot (piper longum) is ranked among the best peppers in the world.

The fruit is harvested when it is red in color and fully ripe.

It is then washed, scalded and dried in the sun for several days.

Used as a spice or seasoning, it develops a complex flavor of chilli and musk, tempered by sweet notes of chocolate, compote and gingerbread.

The attack on the palate is smooth and the spicy strength comes second.

To use it, you can grind it, grate it or put it into small pieces in a traditional pepper mill.

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

Our IGP organic long red pepper from Kampot (piper longum) a product from organic farming, certified by Ecocert.

6.57 € - 10%
€7.30
VAT included
Poids
  • 20g
  • 50g
  • 100g
  • 200g
Quantity
En stock

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Another form of pepper (Piper Retrofactum) is Kampot Long Red Pepper.

It is a flowering liana of the pepper family, native to Java, Indonesia.

The first reference to long pepper appeared in Indian Ayurvedic medical textbooks, where its medicinal and dietary benefits are described in detail.

Very popular in the times of the Romans as well as the Greeks, it was one of the first spices to reach Europe, from the 6th or 5th century BC.

Hippocrates mentions it as a medicine rather than a spice.

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