MÄNNKITCHEN Kampot Black Peppercorns - 50 Grams

MÄNNKITCHEN Kampot Black Peppercorns - 50 Grams

$12.99

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FEATURES & SPECS

  • Grown in the Kampot region of Cambodia
  • Traditionally grown - ZERO synthetic fertilizers or pesticides
  • Hand harvested, sorted, cleaned, and packaged
  • Vacuum sealed with oxygen absorbers to keep pepper fresh
  • Each bag = 1 refill of the Pepper Cannon
  • 50 grams per bag

REVIEWS

Our Flavors

Our Black Pepper, Red Pepper, White Pepper, and Smoked Black pepper all come from the same flowering vine, Piper Nigrum. Each type of pepper is harvested at different points of ripeness and then carefully prepared to maximize its unique flavor, aroma, and heat.

Kampot
black
Peppercorns

  • Harvest Timing: The fruit is full sized, but still green
  • Flavor: Unique Kampot “Zing”
  • Aroma: Pungent
  • Heat Level: Slow building that excites without overwhelming

Kampot
Smoked Black
Peppercorns

  • Harvest Timing: Fruit is green, then cold smoked over coconut and rice husks
  • Flavor: Smokey, smooth, and distinctive
  • Aroma: Smokey and woodsy
  • Heat Level: Warm and round with nice length

Kampot
red
Peppercorns

  • Harvest Timing: When the fruit is fully ripe
  • Flavor: Sweeter and chocolatey
  • Aroma: Dried fruit
  • Heat Level: Mild, comfortable, and exciting

Kampot
WHITE
Peppercorns

  • Harvest Timing: Seed of fully ripened fruit w/ flesh and skin gently removed
  • Flavor: Savory, notes of citrus and herbs
  • Aroma: Peppery with a note of menthol
  • Heat Level: Intense and satisfying

Why are we so serious about Pepper???

Do you remember eating something familiar, but it felt like you were tasting it for the first time?

Maybe it was a perfectly ripe tomato still warm from the sun when you were accustomed to tomatoes that “ripened” on a shelf. Perhaps it was your first taste of fresh baked bread, or a properly seared steak.

Unfamiliar quality from a familiar ingredient that flipped a switch from predictable to impossibly flavorful.

Great ingredients can do that. Pepper did that for us.

You’re probably very familiar with black pepper, the mildly spicy black stuff next to the salt.

Common.

Predictable.

Ordinary.

It’s time to introduce you to extraordinary

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