Tasmanian pepper will surprise you with floral and fruit notes and mouth-numbing and tongue-tingling sensation like its cousin from Sichuan.
This versatile ingredient is often used with meat marinades and is a great addition to flavour red meats, sauces and seafood.
With its tangy notes, Tasmanian pepper also pairs well with desserts.
This unusual pepper will also add a distinctive purple, blueberry-like colour to your preparations.
Grind your pepper straight from the tub with the convenient grinder head attachment.
Keep away from direct light and humidity.
Close the lid after each use to ensure the tub is airtight.