Madagascar Black Pepper
Madagascar black pepper, also known as Voatsiperifery wild pepper, is harvested by hand from long climbing plants that can reach up to 20 metres in height. The harvest is done by Madagascan communities in the primary and secondary forests on the island. This Madagascar black pepper is very aromatic, with woody and citrus notes, and is only slightly spicy.
It will perfume any briny dish, meat, or sauce, and can also be enjoyed in a dessert with chocolate, for example.Fleur de sel with mentholated thyme is a Petrossian creation that unites the purity of salt from Camargue with local Armenian herbs. The mentholated thyme that grows on the high Armenian plateaus has a characteristic freshness, while the fleur de sel from Camargue is harvested by hand in the summer, from the top layer of the salt marshes. Thanks to the Armenian minty thyme, this fleur de sel will season your dishes with a highly perfumed, extremely fresh touch. You can sprinkle it on top of fish, salads, sauces or even grilled meats and fresh cheeses.
Weight : 50g