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Wild black Voatsiperifery peppercorns from Madagascar

Its smell evokes pepper but with unusual woodland, coniferous and earthy notes, but also with notes of citrus fruit, fruit and flowers. Its taste is very fresh and long-lasting. The spice is not aggressive, but incisive and tenacious.
  • 12,70 €

    Box of 80g (2.82 oz)
    Per kilo price : 158,75 €
  • 76,00 €

    Sac sous-vide 1000g net
  • 44,00 €

    Bag of 500g (17.64 oz)
    Per kilo price : 88,00 €

Botany : Piper borbonense
Origine : Madagascar
Ingredients : 100 % whole wild black voatsiperifery peppercorns
Storage : Away from light, heat and moisture.
Le Comptoir des Poivres' scale (?) : 2-3
Réf : CDPMAD04_P

Wild black Voatsiperifery pepper, Madagascar
Piper Borbonense

The Voatsiperifery is the fruit of a vine belonging to the Piperaceae botanical family. It grows on tall trees in the tropical forest, in the hot and humid regions in the south-east of the island of Madagascar where it is harvested by village communities. It can also be found on Réunion and Mauritius. It is often confused with the cubeb pepper. It is even called "country cubeb" in Mauritius. It is given other common names: brown betel nut, wild or betalle pepper.
You can use it to season your salads, but it also goes perfectly with meat, particularly pork and lamb, but also white fish. It is exceptional on foie gras. Among vegetables it goes best with potatoes. It is the ideal companion for white cheeses and particularly goats' cheese. It is perfect for making pasta, canned foods, gherkins and other pickles, but it is in desserts that you can surprise your guests, with fruits - melon, strawberries, cherries, apples and pears and especially with chocolate.

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j'ai testé ce poivre et je le trouve vraiment très fruité, tout à fait adapté au poisson fumé ou bien foie gras, canard,... Belle découverte

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Avis laissé le 2016-03-02 par Stéphane R

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Wild black Voatsiperifery peppercorns from Madagascar

Wild black Voatsiperifery peppercorns from Madagascar

Its smell evokes pepper but with unusual woodland, coniferous and earthy notes, but also with notes of citrus fruit, fruit and flowers. Its taste is very fresh and long-lasting. The spice is not aggressive, but incisive and tenacious.