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Wild "Magao" berries

The berries have an average diameter of 4 millimetres and are wrinkled and dark brown just like peppercorns. The berries are very rich in essential oils and therefore extremely aromatic. They release aromas of lemon, lime and grapefruit. There are also slightly sweet, spicy and plant notes, evoking eucalyptus. To taste there is a pleasant bitterness and strong citrus flavour.
  • 9,70 €

    Box of 60g (2.12 oz) Per kilo price : 161,67 €

Botany : Litsea cubeba
Origine : Vietnam
Ingredients : 100% Wild "Magao" berries
Storage : Away from light, heat and moisture.
Le Comptoir des Poivres' scale (?) : 0
Réf : PFV10_P

Wild "Magao" berries
Litsea cubeba

Our wild 'Magao' berries come from Vietnam. They belong to the Lauraceae family. The fruits could be easily confused with peppercorns. The 'Magao' berries have the distinctive feature of having no anaesthetic or spicy effect.
The wild 'Magao' berries can be used with red meat, duck and seafood, in baked dishes or in marinades and can also be used in an infusion to flavour creams.

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Wild "Magao" berries

Wild "Magao" berries

The berries have an average diameter of 4 millimetres and are wrinkled and dark brown just like peppercorns. The berries are very rich in essential oils and therefore extremely aromatic. They release aromas of lemon, lime and grapefruit. There are also slightly sweet, spicy and plant notes, evoking eucalyptus. To taste there is a pleasant bitterness and strong citrus flavour.