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The wild pepper of Madagascar is a product to be discovered. If its harvest is complex, its taste is as much complex with woody and fresh flavors that are reminiscent of the lemony aromas of Sichuan pepper. "Taste a rare wild pepper with a fresh and very aromatic taste"
Origin : Madagascar - Primary forest.
Packaging : Fresh bag.
Meat, Vegetables, Fish, Chocolates, Sauces, Foie gras, Pies and Quiches.
Freshness packet - DUO 06/2025
Madagascar - Primary forest
For this pepper, no suspense, we immediately know its origin. So this pepper comes from Madagascar. This pepper comes from the Piper borbonense family, a Bourbon pepper plant which is nothing else than a very tall liana which produces small peppercorns. Bourbon, of course, it reminds us of the famous vanilla from Madagascar and the Indian Ocean in general. It is a rare pepper because of its harvest, which we will discuss a little later. This pepper is native to Madagascar and comes more particularly from the south of the island. Most of the time, as it is the case here, the wild pepper of Madagascar is black. However, it can be green pepper or red pepper, it is the moment of its harvest according to its maturity that will make the difference. This pepper is also called Voatsiperifery. In Malagasy, "voa" means fruit, while "tsiperifery" evokes the liana Piper borbonense.
This is the big question we ask ourselves. As far as taste is concerned, wild black pepper from Madagascar is distinguished by its rather mild flavours compared to traditional black pepper. Nevertheless, it knows how to reveal the warmth expected from a pepper worthy of the name. Its wild side offers woody and flowery fragrances. There are also fresh and fruity notes that are reminiscent of the lemony flav ors of Sichuan pepper. Treat yourself to a gustatory journey through the Malagasy forests with this very fragrant wild black pepper.
There are no real plantations of this pepper since it is wild. It is found in the forests of the south of the country, on lianas that grow at very great heights. These can reach a height of about twenty meters, which is why this pepper is rare. Its wild aspect associated with the fact that its harvest is far from being simple make it a pepper that is not produced in large quantities.
It is also called pepper of the peaks, like the one produced in Vietnam and that I also propose to you on my online shop of spices and vanilla. The wild black pepper from Madagascar is harvested by hand and then dried to develop all the flavors of this small berry.
Let's take a seat in the kitchen to discover how Madagascar wild black pepper can revolutionize your dishes. Like any pepper, it finds its place at your table from the starter to the dessert. The voatsiperifery pepper comes to embellish your fish and shellfish dishes wonderfully, we can imagine it perfectly as a starter in a delicious homemade scallop to spice up the béchamel sauce.
As a main course, black pepper gives character to your pepper sauce, which goes well with red or even white meats. You can also infuse a few peppercorns in a blanquette of veal or even a blanquette de la mer, it's simply delicious.
This wild black pepper from Madagascar, less powerful than some peppers usually found, also finds its place in dessert. In a strawberry salad with a bit of vinegar, delicately sprinkled on a dark chocolate fondant, it comes to perfume your dessert and slice with notes sometimes too sweet.
Madagascar black pepper is a wild pepper that will seduce you with its taste. But it is also a very healthy condiment, link the useful to the pleasant. Pepper helps digestion and limits the risk of bloating. Moreover, it allows a better secretion of hydrochloric acid which limits the risks of heartburn. Consuming black pepper also increases the production of serotonin and endorphins which have a positive effect on mood and help fight against depression. Finally, this pepper has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
I deliver your wild black pepper from Madagascar in a resealable bag. This one will have to be kept in a cupboard away from heat and light to keep all its aromas and virtues.
Origin of this pepper This pepper comes to us from the south, even the southeast of Madagascar.
Other names of wild black pepper from Madagascar This pepper is called voatsiperifery pepper.
Wild black pepper from Madagascar: is it spicy? No, wild black pepper is not known for its pungent flavours. It has more woody notes tending towards citrus.
Based on 39 customer reviews
published the 14/01/2021
following an order made on 01/01/2021
C'est excellent !!! La saveur est exceptionnelle !!!! Bravo ! Je reprendrai toujours du poivre chez vous!
published the 11/01/2021
following an order made on 30/12/2020
Je l’adore ! Le noir et le rouge, toujours dans ma cuisine. Deux saveurs différentes dont je ne me lasse pas !
published the 11/01/2021
following an order made on 04/01/2021
published the 08/01/2021
following an order made on 29/12/2020
Très bon poivre. Bon rapport qualité prix
published the 06/01/2021
following an order made on 26/12/2020
Un parfum extraordinaire ! :) et du goût surtout !
J'avais oublié le goût du poivre.
published the 05/01/2021
following an order made on 23/12/2020
Toujours aussi bon.
published the 29/12/2020
following an order made on 20/12/2020
j'ai commandé 4 sortes de poivre dont 2 que je ne connaissait pas du tous et celui ci en fait partie
et je ne regrette pas!
published the 05/12/2020
following an order made on 23/11/2020
published the 04/12/2020
following an order made on 22/11/2020
Poivre très aromatique.
published the 26/11/2020
following an order made on 15/11/2020
Très savoureux et les baies de poivre sont sans dechets