Timur Berries - Le Petit Lorien - 15g

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It is not really known when the first use of "Timut pepper" or Nepalese pepper dates from, but it is believed to date back to the arrival of men in southern Nepal. What we do know is that this citrus-scented berry has since become the staple spice of Terai gastronomy.

Timur berries resemble peppercorns with intense aromas of grapefruit and dried herbs. This berry does not sting or burn like a pepper could, but it leaves a slight tingling or even a subtly numbing effect on the tip of the tongue.

Its citrus flavours make this "grapefruit pepper" a spice that will perfectly enhance your fruit salads, and any cooked or raw fish. A few infused berries will subtly flavour whipped cream, panna cotta or cheesecake. 

Ingredient(s): Xanthoxylum armateur.

Origin of these Timur berries: Italy.

The story:

Le Petit Lorien is a small company specialising in the importation and processing of salt and spices, rare ingredients and flavours from around the world.

The strength of "Le Petit Lorien" is the continuous search for new and exotic ingredients, selecting only the best ingredients.

You will be able to tell the quality of its spices only from their scent.  

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