Pepper is the dried berry of Piper nigrum. This vine which can grow up to ten feet tall is indigenous to India and Asia. Pepper is actually berries that are picked about nine months after flowering.
Coarse Ground Black Pepper is just the right amount of bold pepper flavour. Can be used to add flavor to soups, stews, sauces, dressings, and more.
Pepper is a popular ingredient for curing and pickling. Great for flavoring meats, poultry, fish, or anything in which peppery zest is desired.
Sprinkle over vegetables and other sides for an extra burst of flavor.
Black pepper has a warm, woody smell that is fresh, pungent and agreeably aromatic. Finely ground pepper is easily absorbed, and blends well into sauces, gravies, and soups, spreading its warmth throughout the dish.
Black Pepper, the spiciest, is berries that are picked unripe. Pepper is grown in Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brazil.
Taste and Aroma Description: Black Pepper has a sharp, pungent aroma and flavour.
Storage Tips Store in cool, dark, dry places.