Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder
Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder
Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder
Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder
Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder
Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder
Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder
Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder
Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder
Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder

Black pepper from Madagascar - Grinder

Buy Madagascar black pepper in a refillable mill . Le Comptoir de Toamasina invites you to discover a black pepper from Madagascar with woody, lemony and slightly spicy notes. Madagascar black pepper is an ideal pepper for everyday cooking. 

  • Pepper Potency:  6/10
  • Main notes:  Woody notes and a citric touch
  • Use:  Ideal for all savory dishes, especially meats
  • Origin:  Madagascar

Madagascar black pepper is an invitation to travel to the Big Island. A black pepper  with the finesse of Madagascar vanilla which will invite your palate to an incredible sensory experience. Unpublished notes for a journey to the land of the senses. 

Packaging
PNMM
€6.44
5 2024
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5/ 5

 

MADAGASCAR BLACK PEPPER IN A REFILLABLE PEPPER MILL - BUYING AN EXCEPTIONAL PEPPER

Today I would like to introduce you to Madagascar black pepper in a refillable pepper mill. This is the second spice I bought after my Madagascar vanilla . 

With the Comptoir de Toamasina, I wanted to offer you unique peppercorns for a piper nigrum. We  have a weight of 500g per liter, a sign of the astra quality of the pepper .

  • The astra quality of pepper is a standard that you will meet when you buy pepper in a producing country, it is a pepper that will have a beautiful wrinkled color and above all it will have a weight per liter of 500g at least . The bigger the grain, the more space it takes up. 

Pepper on the island of Madagascar grows on the piper vine, we recommend that you discover the history of pepper , it is the region of Tamatave, of Toamasina that you will have the largest plantations of  black pepper.

Because unlike wild Madagascar pepper , this one is cultivated. 

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With this pepper mill, I want you to immerse yourself in the freshness and versatility of Madagascar Black Pepper at any time. Thanks to its refillable design, you can refill it by purchasing our pepper refills or by purchasing Madagascar black pepper by the kilo   

So let yourself be enchanted by this exceptional opportunity to make savory cuisine with Madagascar Black Pepper. 

On our site discover a range of  pepper mills  and  rare peppers, offering a rich and complex flavor to awaken your taste buds to new taste adventures.

WHAT IS THE FLAVOR OF MADAGASCAR BLACK PEPPER?

Many customers on the Place du Concert market in Lille when I started in 2010 asked me what Madagascar pepper tastes like . Here I explained that Madagascar black pepper is a classic pepper , it is a pepper for white meat, red meat , a pepper for everyday life .

You should know that it is very aromatic .

We discover woody and citric notes .

It is slightly spicy compared to Sarawak black pepper , but will have a nice power in the mouth. 

Personally, I prefer pepper. It is with vanilla, the spice endemic to the Big Island.

BUY MADAGASCAR BLACK PEPPER AT THE BEST PRICE IN YOUR PEPPER MILL - PURCHASE AND SALE OF MALAGASY PEPPER

As an expert in the world of peppers, I wanted to offer my customers pepper in 4 different packages. A package for every use, for all budgets and above all for everyone. 

All of our packaging is produced in the EU, we work with packaging that is made in Holland for the bottles. 

Here are the 4 packages of our Madagascar black pepper: 

  • Madagascar Black Pepper in Bottle
  • Madagascar Black Pepper in Refillable Mill
  • Madagascar Black Pepper in Economic Bag
  • Madagascar Black Pepper at the best price per kilo

WHAT IS THE BEST USE FOR MADAGASCAR NORI PEPPER ?

Black pepper from Madagascar does not have the same use as wild black pepper from Madagascar for me. Even if they are cousins, you will not have the same aromatic power. For example, wild pepper is great for desserts and chocolate and this black pepper. 

In France I use it in my cooking for a simple tomato salad, going with the most original dishes. 

I suggest you discover 4 uses and then my recipes 

  1. Accompaniment of choice for white, red meats and fish: The subtlety of black pepper makes it the best pepper for everyday life, it is ideal with white meats, red meats and white-fleshed fish. Its touch of freshness, citrus and sweetness perfectly complements these dishes, giving them an exquisite flavor dimension.

  2. A pepper for sweet and savory dishes: Dare to be bold in your cooking by integrating black pepper into sweet and savory recipes. Its marriage with honey creates an unexpected but delicious symphony of flavors, elevating your dishes to a higher culinary level. Here, on my blog, you will have everything you need to know about its use. Even recipes with coffee.

  3. A touch of exoticism in your desserts: Explore new horizons by adding a pinch of black pepper to your desserts. Whether in fruit salads, caramelized pan-fried fruits, on strawberries or even chocolate creations, this spice will bring an intriguing and exotic note to your sweet creations.

  4. Versatility in cooking: Just like other varieties of pepper, Black pepper can be used in multiple ways. Whether you crush it to add at the end of cooking, sprinkle it on your prepared dishes or incorporate it into sauces to intensify their flavor, the possibilities are endless. 

Here are my 8 recipes that I recommend making with Madagascar pepper  :

  1. Grilled Chicken with Madagascar Black Pepper : Before serving, generously sprinkle your grilled chicken with freshly ground Madagascar black pepper for an explosion of exotic flavors.

  2. Cantonese Rice with Black Pepper : Add a pinch of freshly ground Madagascar black pepper to your Cantonese rice just before serving for an intense, fragrant flavor.

  3. Pan-Fried Salmon with Black Pepper and Lemon : To enhance your pan-fried salmon, mix crushed Madagascar black pepper with fresh lemon juice before topping the salmon for an exotic and tangy touch.

  4. Mashed Potatoes with Black Pepper and Chives : When serving, add a pinch of freshly ground Madagascar black pepper and a few sprigs of chopped chives to your mashed potatoes for a delicate, fragrant flavor.

  5. Vegetable Skewers with Black Pepper and Fresh Herbs : Just before eating, sprinkle your grilled vegetable skewers with freshly ground Madagascar black pepper and a mixture of chopped fresh herbs for an explosion of vegetable flavors.

  6. Lentil Soup with Black Pepper and Coriander : For a touch of heat and exoticism, add freshly ground Madagascar black pepper and chopped coriander leaves to your lentil soup before serving.

  7. Avocado Tartare with Black Pepper and Chilli : Before eating, season your avocado tartare with freshly ground Madagascar black pepper and a pinch of chilli for an explosion of spicy flavors.

  8. Carbonara Pasta with Black Pepper and Pancetta : When serving, sprinkle your carbonara pasta with freshly ground Madagascar black pepper for a touch of heat and aroma that will enhance the richness of the pancetta and cheese.

HOW TO STORE MADAGASCAR BLACK PEPPER

The preservation of Malagasy pepper, like that of many other spices, is based on three essential principles:

  1. Protection against humidity: Black pepper seed should be stored in a dry place, protected from humidity. Humidity can alter the flavor of the spice and encourage the formation of mold, which would compromise its quality. It is recommended to store it in an airtight container to avoid contact with humidity.

  2. Keep away from light and heat: The peppercorn should be protected from direct sunlight and excessive heat. Heat can cause the essential oils that give the spice its characteristic aroma to break down. It is therefore best to store it in a cool, dark place, such as a cupboard or kitchen drawer.

  3. Using an airtight container: To preserve the freshness and flavor of the grain as much as possible, it is recommended to store it in an airtight container, such as a glass jar or food-grade plastic container. Make sure the container seals tightly to avoid exposure to air, which can cause flavor loss over time.

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TO GO FURTHER INTO MADAGASCAR PEPPER - CULTIVATION - DRYING AND QUALITY

To go further, I would like to present to you how Madagascar black pepper is cultivated, its preparation, the complete description of how it is planted until its export. 

  • Origins of Pepper Culture in Madagascar: Pepper cultivation in Madagascar has its roots in the 20th century with French colonization. Local farmers and French settlers will develop the cultivation of this pepper in biodiversity and natural cycles. And it is true that since the 2000s, it is a pepper that has unleashed passions and above all it offers good value for money. You should know that large pepper sellers in France and leaders in the sale of peppercorns can buy Madagascar black pepper at 6 euros per kilo in Madagascar in 2024. At Comptoir de Toamasina, we offer Malagasy black pepper at the right price. 
  • Art of Drying Pepper: After cultivation, the harvest of black pepper is done by hand but its preparation and drying is a journey of transformation. Spread out on large tarpaulins, the berries are exposed to the sun, a delicate process that requires patience and vigilance. Farmers regularly turn the beans to ensure even drying, a crucial step in flavor development. This drying in the sun is for me the best drying for drying pepper. Because you are going to have a beautiful wrinkled dress. 
Native country
Madagascar
BOTANICAL SPECIES
Piper nigrum
INGREDIENTS
Black Pepper from Madagascar
AROMATIC POWER
6/10
ALLERGEN
Absence
POSSIBLE TRACES OF ALLERGENS
None
PACKAGING
mill
Preparation / Delivery
Preparation within 24 hours - Delivery within 48 hours

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