Originally from Burgundy, blackcurrant pepper is already well-known to chefs in this region. It is the bud of the plant and not the dried fruit. This “pepper” is excellent for your health because it contains a lot of antioxidants, such as vitamin C. Still, it is also a very good anti-inflammatory, which can also help in the relief of rheumatism and osteoarthritis. It is a great aid for the digestive system.
On the nose, fruity and slightly floral notes are detected, followed by an impression of dried grass, or even hay. On the palate what strikes directly is this fruity, tangy side, which then gives way to greener, more resinous notes, as you would expect from a bud.
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Volumes and net weight: 50ml/17g/0.59oz
Made in France