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The red Mondulkiri peppercorns are covered in a dark red outer layer and generously sized (5mm average diameter). The first notes encountered are hot, milky, evoking yoghurt with a light touch of Ovaltine, coffee, cocoa and vanilla. There are also notes of wetted bread and bread crumbs. Once milled, this pepper reveals beautiful notes of pine, resin, turpentine, slight camphor notes reminiscent of eucalyptus, fresh wood and it also exhudes citron, mandarin peel and fresh ginger fragrances.
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This pepper is cultivated in Cambodia's Mondulkiri, ‘Meeting of the Hills’ Province, also called "the Switzerland of Cambodia" due to its lush green hills, peaking at an altitude of 800 to 1000 metres. Mondulkiri is one of the most remote regions of Cambodia and borders Vietnam.
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