Compagnie Française des Poivres et Epices - Smoked Black Kampot Pepper


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Piper Nigrum

The Chinese explorer Tchéou Ta Kouan describes pepper production in Cambodia as early as the 13th century, but intensive pepper production dates back to the Aceh War in Indonesia (1873-1908). The Sultan of Aceh, the historical name of the island of Sumatra, who did not want to leave his wealth to his Dutch enemies, burned his pepper plantations in 1873-1874. Part of the production then moved to Cambodia in the Kampot region.

The pugnacity of the taste of Kampot pepper was already unanimous among French gourmets, it is the undisputed king of spices in the kitchen of the greatest French chefs. 


Made in Cambodia