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The Timut peppercorn is not a type of pepper but instead comes from a small thorny shrub, much like the Sichuan pepper which is similar in appearance. It originates from Nepal and gets its unique lemony taste from the soil and climate in which it is grown. It is also sometimes referred to as the ‘Grapefruit Pepper’.
This strong, bold, and extremely fresh peppercorn is an easy way to enhance and freshen up your dishes. Be careful not to use too much of it as it may slightly numb your palate.
It is perfect with lobster or scallops. You can also use it to deglaze a sauce.
Goes perfectly with summer fruits and sorbets, all types of fish and shellfish, poultry, and summer vegetables