Growing only in a specific Southern micro-climate in Cambodia, this rare and exceptional black pepper is protected by a Geographical Indication of Origin, similar to Champagne in France or Gruyère cheese in Switzerland. The unique terroir of Kampot Province gives this black pepper notes of eucalyptus, jasmine, and spruce along with the piquant heat associated with fine peppercorns.
Contains: Black peppercorns.
- Botanical Name: Piper nigrum
- Origin: Kampot, Kingdom of Cambodia
- Sourcing: Directly sourced from small farms protected under the Geographical Indication of Origin designation
- Tasting Notes: Heat, floral, jasmine, eucalyptus, menthol, spruce
- Pairs Well With: Cambodian Fleur de Sel, French Tarragon
- Try In: Pan seared steak, fresh sliced tomatoes
- Learn More: Claire's Journal Aromatum: Kampot Pepper
- Special Tips: To preserve freshness, only grind right before using in a mortar or pepper grinder