Voatsiperifery Pepper / Madagascar / 50g. / Terre Exotique
The vines of the Voastiperifery pepper grow in the heart of the Malagasy forests and can grow up to 10m high! Its name comes from "voa" which means fruit in Malagasy and "tsiperifery" which is the name of the plant. It's a very rare pepper which is harvested by hand by the local Malagasy villagers from June to August. It takes 5 kg of fresh berries for 1 kg of dried pepper. Unknown in France ten years ago and recently imported, this rare and prodigious pepper has made a sensational entry into the world of gastronomy. He quickly became the darling of chefs. Piper borbonense is more fragrant and spicier than Piper nigrum pepper. Its incisive, persistent, very fresh taste and its aromas of flowers, wood and citrus are quite exceptional. It can Be add to fish, meat vegetable, and it´s also perfect to go with chocolate!
Ingredients: Piper nigrum