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Zoom muziris ‘bio-diverse estate’ black pepper
Zoom muziris ‘bio-diverse estate’ black pepper

Muziris Black Pepper

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Bold & intense with tasting notes of lemon zest, fennel, betel leaves and hints of ripe figs. The peppercorn vines are propagated on sustainably-grown indigenous shade trees alongside pomelos, lemons, jackfruits, mangoes, avocados & even a 400-year old fig tree ~ all in harmony with indigenous flora, fauna & funga.

Freshly-ground peppercorns will elevate any bowl of soup or salad & make your pies to steak au poivre absolutely magical!

April 2022

Store away from direct heat & sunlight. Keep the jar airtight to maintain freshness & flavour.

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ORIGIN: Chikmagalur, India

MUZIRIS BLACK PEPPER

We have sourced the best of the bunch from a 60-year-old family~run forested estate tucked away in Chikmagalur ~ within India’s Western Ghats, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 4th-generation coffee enthusiast & biologist, Ajoy Thipaiah, has devoted his adult life to conservation of the impressive 270 acre estate & his son, Pranoy, is devoting his time, energy & soul into studying & nurturing the vast diversity of flora & funga that makes their land ecologically unique. Porcupines often make unwanted visits & leaves after destructing the tender black pepper foliage. But such sights are a normal in a bio-diverse food forest, where also cluster figs, jackfruits, citrus trees, pomelos, mulberries along with hundreds of funga make merry together.

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Pepper, Pecorino, Pasta ~ Cacio e pepe!

  A recipe of the Roman tradition featuring our freshly crushed Muziris Black Pepper that is even more wonderfully aromatic after a slight toast in the pan that brings out its...

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