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    Sancho Pepper

    From: $ 25
    Source: Japan

    Zanthoxylum piperitum

    This dusky green open fruit of the Japanese prickly ash have a beautiful aroma of lime and slightly numbing heat. They are used in Japan to season eels and are one of the seven ingredients in sachimi.

    Pepper weight

    .25, 2oz

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    Tasmanian Pepperberry

    From: $ 25
    Source: Tasmania

    Tasmannia lanceolata

    These soft berries have the spice of pepper without numbing the mouth, and notes of blueberry and pine needles. They are delicious used with bay and curry leaves for fish and delicate enough for ice cream and pastry.

    Pepper weight

    Large, Small

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    Tellicherry Peppercorn

    From: $ 12

    Considered the finest black peppercorns in the world, Tellicherry are left to ripen longer than other black peppercorns, and fully develop their sweetness to mellow their heat. A beautiful, versatile peppercorn that can be added to just about any dish to bring out beautiful, bold and fresh flavors.

    Weight 1.5 lbs
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    Timut Peppercorn Nepal

    From: $ 15
    Source: Nepal

    Peppercorn from Nepal, which has the cold spiciness of a sichuan peppercorn, with amazing hints of grapefruit. Great when paired with meats, fish and green vegetables.

    Weight 1.5 lbs
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    Grains Of Paradise

    From: $ 15
    Source: Madagascar

    Aframomum melegueta

    These little pyramid shaped clay-red seeds, used like peppercorns and coriander in West African cuisine, introduce citrus and hazelnut hints ripe with jasmine, as a perfect finish. Grains of paradise is also used in a range of middle eastern dishes such as lamb and eggplant. Well paired with meats rubs, soups, and stews

    Weight 1.5 lbs
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    Kampot Black Peppercorns

    From: $ 15
    Source: Cambodia

    Kampot pepper is the first geographically protected crop in Cambodia. The black peppercorns have more body than red, but with characteristic sweetness and notes of jasmine that pair well with crab. Has green and fresh aromas, a great pepper for seasoning meats and seafood.

    Weight 1.5 lbs
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    Kampot Red Peppercorns

    From: $ 15
    Source: Cambodia

    Red Pepper is a much rarer and premium pepper with a unique flavor. It’s flavors are sweet, more full and rounded, but with less heat than Black Pepper. Can be added to just about any dish to bring out the best of flavors.

    Weight 1.5 lbs
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    Long Peppercorns

    From: $ 12
    Source: Indonesia

    Piper restrofactum

    These peppercorns look like long, slim pinecones. Has an earthy pungency, a sweet hint of cardamom and nutmeg and the spicy heat of chili. It is great when used in pickles, preserves, curries, soups and sauces.

    Weight 1.5 lbs
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    Madagascar Wild Peppercorns

    From: $ 15
    Source: Madagascar

    Piper borbonense

    Madagascar Black Peppercorns are known to be the finest, most aromatic in the world. This great peppercorn is able to bring out the flavor of whatever you are cooking without overpowering the other ingredients. They tend smell like chocolate and peppermint, perfect with steak or brewed as tea.

    Weight 1.5 lbs
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