Often mistakenly called pink “pepper”, Madagascar pink peppercorn does not belong to the same spice as Black pepper (Piper Nigrum) but « Schinus Terebinthifolius » . It gets its intense reddish pink color upon full maturity.
At glance, the color immediately attracts. Farmers of these Madagascar Pink Peppercorn berries sort by hand to ensure a consistent quality. Sorting Grade A Pink Peppercorn takes 400 grams per worker per day at most. A higher sugar level and grains in saturation of aromas. Fruity on taste, sweet berries with sweet notes of star anise and pepper. Color highlights sauces and dishes of white and beige colors.
Our selection lets you understand the interest of buying a quality before looking at the price. To make a difference, you only need to compare two references. You will discover a quality “old, old-fashioned” and you will not hesitate to use these berries in your dishes.
Harvest of Madagascar Pink Peppercorn
When they grow, the berries form small clusters of white flowers, they become only bright red before harvest. Their name comes their resemblance to real peppercorns in size and shape.
Our pink peppercorn undergoes heat treatment 100% natural without any chemical input before final packaging and export.