Although referred to as peppercorns, these are actually grown on a tree and not closely related to the other varieties of pepper. They are rare and not easy to find. They have a fresh, sweet, pine-like aroma and flavour and a delicate, fruity, slightly tart flavour. They will add an elegant rich rose colour to enhance any culinary creation! Their bright pink husk contains a small brown seed and can be ground in a regular pepper-grinder, though beware of the delicate husk that can clog up the grinder. 

  • + Ingredients

    Pink peppercorns

  • + How to use

    Pink peppercorns don’t have the same characteristic flavour and heat of regular peppercorns, but pair beautiful with fish and game dishes. They are a wonderful addition to fruit sauces, vinaigrettes and desserts. For something different, try as a tasty addition to dark chocolate candy!

  • + Country of Origin
    Product of Brazil
  • + Storage Instructions
    Store in a cool dry area away from direct sunlight


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