Net volumes and weights: 50ml / 11g / 0.38 oz
This berry, related to the famous Séchuan (also sometimes spelled Sichuan, Szechuan), is not a pepper, botanically speaking. It is a wild berry native to Indonesia, north of the island of Sumatra. It is found in many countries ranging from northern India to southern China.
This berry is also called "pepper" of the Bataks.
Its nose is surprising, strongly lemony, with a nice freshness evoking lemongrass. In the mouth it is slightly spicy with a small anesthetic effect.
Tips for use
You will use it with seafood, fish and shellfish, white meat and poultry. You can flavor your sauces, vinaigrettes, marinades, broths, soups. Its lack of spiciness makes it easily usable.
In the sweet register, she will like fruit-based desserts.