The rarest pepper in the world... Bird pepper from Cambodia
The birds pick the ripest fruits on the vines, and post harvest ingest the skin and reject the kernel, naturally transformed into white pepper. The most difficult thing is then to find these peppercorns, scattered around the plantation, then to wash and dry them.
We took and succeeded in the challenge of collecting them and importing them to France. Our researchers have spent long hours so that we can finally offer you these few sublime peppercorns, but only a few kilos will be available each year from the company which supplies us, in the Kampot region of Cambodia.
It is undoubtedly the rarest pepper in the world, and to be able to taste it is a privilege now within your reach.
You have understood that it is an exceptional pepper. The first olfactory notes are wild, then subtle floral notes loom with citrus peel fragrances.
Net weight: 80 g / 2.82 oz.
Packaging: Tin can
100% whole white birdy peppercorns known as "bird pepper" from Kampot.