Kampot Pepper is a unique pepper from Cambodia thats origins trace back to the Kingdom of Angkor in the 13th century. The pepper berry is picked once it's reached its full maturity and turned a bright red colour; each berry is then hand-picked and individually selected then sun-dried. This rare and unique pepper is a true delicacy and one of the highest quality peppers in the world. Kampot Pepper Red has a sweet aroma and combines the flavour and heat that's distinctive of pepper with a bright, fruity palate that's unique to the red berry.
Kampot Pepper is a unique pepper from Cambodia whose origins trace back to the Kingdom of Angkor in the 13th century. The pepper berry is hand picked once it's reached its full maturity and turned a bright red colour, it is then dried in the sun. This rare and unique pepper is a true delicacy and one of the highest quality peppers in the world. Kampot Pepper Red has a sweet aroma and combines the flavour and heat that's distinctive of pepper with a bright, fruity palate that's unique to the red berry.
Kampot Pepper Red is the most versatile of all the Kampot peppers and can be used to enhance the flavour of just about any dish - sweet or savoury.
All of our blends are full of spices that are beneficial to your health. They are preservative free, additive free, filler free and contain low or zero salt. The intense flavour from our spice blends means a little goes a long way.
100% dried Kampot Pepper Red
How to use:
Crack freshly over grilled white fish with a spritz of lemon
Sprinkle over steaks straight after grilling
Combine with lemon juice and olive oil to make a yummy, fast salad dressing
Crack over vegetables before roasting in place of black pepper for a unique flavour
Sprinkle over your favourite brownies for a truly unique and wonderful taste sensation
Bloom in a warm pan before using to release their volatile oils
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Approximate size : 8cm by 10cm
USES: for tea, bouquet garni, and potpourri and herbal bath salts.
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