• Assam pepperQuick View
    • Assam pepperQuick View
    • Assam pepper

    • Assam pepper is picked in the Brahmaputra river valleys, in North-East India. It releases spicy yet refreshing notes with a zingy tang. Crush it roughly with a pestle and mortar and sprinkle over your winter vegetables, delicate fish or grilled meat. Weight : 50g
  • Cubeb pepperQuick View
    • Cubeb pepperQuick View
    • Cubeb pepper

    • Cubeb pepper, also known as the tailed pepper, which comes from Indonesia, is characterized by its slight spiciness and its subtle, yet bitter aromatic notes of clove. On its own or mixed with other peppers, use it to flavour your sweet and sour dishes, chutneys or fruit compotes. Weight : 50g , 500g
  • Likouala pepperQuick View
    • Likouala pepperQuick View
    • Likouala pepper

    • Ashanti pepper is picked by the Baakas tribe. Ashanti pepper grows in the wild on vines which creep up more than 20 metres high. Outstanding lingering taste. Used in the traditional Congolese dish: "Ashanti grilled chicken". Weight : 70g
  • Timiz pepperQuick View
    • Timiz pepperQuick View
    • Timiz pepper

    • Timiz pepper releases intense aromas of tobacco and resin. It will enliven your chicken liver terrines, fresh goat's cheese with olive oil and fresh herbs, and bitter chocolate desserts. Weight : 35g
  • Voatsiperifery pepperQuick View
    • Voatsiperifery pepperQuick View
    • Voatsiperifery pepper

    • The vines of the Voastiperifery pepper grow in the heart of the Malagasy forests and can grow up to 10m high! Rare, unique and even addictive with its woody floral notes with a fresh citrus hint... Use this pepper in your pepper mill and brighten up all your recipes! Delicious with chocolate ! Weight : 50g
  • Voatsiperifery red pepperQuick View
    • Voatsiperifery red pepperQuick View
    • Voatsiperifery red pepper

    • This exceptional pepper is harvested when fully ripe, then sorted individually. Its fresh and fruity notes will enliven chocolate desserts, delicate fish and grilled red meat. Pepper specialists will delight in using this Malagasy treasure in their festive dishes. Weight : 50g
  • Voatsiperifery white pepperQuick View
    • Voatsiperifery white pepperQuick View
    • Voatsiperifery white pepper

    • Picked when fully ripe from vines that grow up to 10m high at the heart of Malagasy forests. Its woody notes are perfect with crunchy vegetables, roast poultry, sautéed girolles or fish “en papillote”. Weight : 50g