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During my trip to Cambodia, I wanted to promote the black pepper berries that did not meet the PGI specifications with grains smaller than 4mm. I propose you to discover a Kampot pepper with resinous and musky notes. The heart notes are spicy, ensuring a nice complex length in the mouth(clove, Tahitian vanilla, nutmeg)
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Khmer grade Kampot black pepper is quite similar to PGI Kampot black pepper. The main difference is that Khmer quality pepper is downgraded. This is due to the difference in size. The pepper must meet strict specifications, the PGI grain must be 4 mm in diameter. Khmer quality pepper is smaller, which explains its downgrading. Does this impact its taste and quality? No . This condiment remains a very beautiful product that I am proud to present to you and that does not fail to delight the taste buds of buyers. Moreover, its downgrading impacts its price, you get here a very good black Kâmpôt pepper at a price defying any competition. This Khmer quality black Kampot pepper comes from Cambodia, it is grown in the provinces of Kampot and Kep. It is a real pepper since it grows on a Piper Negrum vine. I am telling you this because some condiments are called pepper when in fact they are berries grown on other plants. This is the case for example with Timut pepper, Sansho pepper or Sichuan pepper.
This downgraded pepper has a slightly different flavour than the PGI Kampot pepper. This time, we find a musky, resinous pepper with a beautiful complexity in the mouth between notes of clove, Tahitian vanilla and nutmeg.
The flowers of Piper Negrum bloom in Cambodia in June. This flowering lasts until September, when small peppercorns appear. It is necessary to wait until autumn and winter to harvest the pepper. If this period is quite long, it is simply because the peppercorns are transformed. The green pepper can be harvested in autumn, while the red pepper is harvested in spring. The black pepper of Kampot of Khmer quality is harvested in January. When it is harvested, its grains are green. It is during the drying period that the pepper sees its pericarp become black.
Khmer grade Kampot black pepper, like many peppers, is a wonderful spice that can be used in a wide variety of recipes. As surprising as it may be, pepper can accompany you from appetizer to dessert to spice up or simply flavour your recipes.
Let's start this tasting with a gravlax salmon. For the record, this salmon is marinated and dried with salt, sugar, pepper and dill. You can let this salmon marinate for a day. Then remove the excess moisture and cut into thin slices. Roast some Kampot peppercorns in a pan and crush them in a mortar. Put some pepper on your salmon and serve with a salad and a lemon-dill cream.
Preferably cooked on the barbecue, prime rib is a favourite of meat lovers. To bring out all the power of this meat, what could be better than a pepper that has a lot of character with its musky notes? You can simply grind your peppercorns into small pieces to sprinkle over your meat or make a pepper sauce that you'll be hearing about.
Let's finish this meal with cookies. A simple recipe, but still effective for those with a sweet tooth. This time, you will bring an additional flavour to these traditional cookies thanks to the Khmer quality Kampot black pepper. Roast the pepper and crush it in a mortar. Put it in the heart of your preparation, you will be surprised by the delicate alliance of chocolate and pepper.
Khmer quality Kampot black pepper, like all peppers, is recognized for its various virtues. Black pepper contains piperine. This stimulates the production of endorphins which help to fight against fatigue and depression. Pepper is also known for its ability to fight against digestion problems and protect teeth. Anti-inflammatory and anti-pain, it relieves diseases such as arthritis. If you are on a diet to fight against hypertension, the use of pepper helps limit the use of salt which is bad for the arteries.
I advise you to keep Khmer quality Kampot black pepper in a dry place away from light.
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following an order made on 17/07/2022
très bon avec un gout fort agréable
published the 02/07/2022
following an order made on 14/06/2022
un nouveau grain de poivre que je découvre avec plaisir . beaucoup de saveur , à laisser tel quel pour des pots aux feu . à moudre poudre des cuisson rapide ou aromatiser des salades, purées etc...
published the 28/05/2022
following an order made on 15/05/2022
published the 26/05/2022
following an order made on 26/04/2022
bonne longueur en bouche
published the 29/04/2022
following an order made on 05/04/2022
Très bon poivre
published the 12/04/2022
following an order made on 31/03/2022
J'ai été surprise de recevoir pour un kilo de poivre commandé un sachet de 500 g et 5 sachets de 100g.L'essentiel est que j'ai 1 kg de poivre !!! Même chose pour le ras el hanout..
published the 06/04/2022
following an order made on 13/03/2022
Site sérieux, produits de qualité et très bonne logisitique!
published the 06/04/2022
following an order made on 11/03/2022
Un classique pour moi, pas déçu, excellent !
published the 02/04/2022
following an order made on 21/03/2022