1850

These are related to Sichuan Peppercorns. Both come from the Zanthoxylum Family, which helps explain the distinctive tongue-tingling taste shared by both.

The distinct grapefruit notes of this pepper lend well to fish and shellfish preparations.

Use it to garnish a perfect slice of raw tuna, scallop, or fluke. Can also pair well with pastry and cocktail applications

AROMA: Citrus notes, grapefruit, slightly tingling

ORIGIN: Nepal

PACKING SIZE: 3.50 oz. (330 ml Jar)

(Grinder sold separately)

Timut Peppercorns
1850

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