Black pepper in grains with a sweet almost vanilla taste. It is grown in the provinces of Kampot and Ke in Cambodia.
It is cultivated in the provinces of Kampot and Ke in Cambodia.
It is the first Cambodian agricultural product to have benefited from a PGI (protected geographical indication) which allows it to benefit from a protected label in countries that recognize this indication.
It is considered by some gourmets to be one of the best peppers in the world.
Its notes are reminiscent of pine resin. It is sweet and fruity.
It will be ideal with grilled beef, marinades, caramelized shrimps or desserts.
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