Compagnie Française des Poivres et Epices - Penja White Pepper


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Piper Nigrum


Less spicy and more subtle than black Penja pepper. It is a warm pepper with a light spiciness, it develops animal-type aromas of fur, it has subtle nuances of musk, woody, and amber with some notes of tanned leather.

Use tips: It is ideal with red and white meats, poultry, lamb, and pork. Will accompany your fish such as sole, and seafood, such as mussels. It will spice up your pasta, rice, potatoes, eggs, and mushrooms. It will add volume to goat and sheep cheese. In the sweet register on your pies, crumbles and fried fruits

Made in Cameroon