Timut Bay - Mill

Timut Bay - Mill

Discover Timut Bay in a refillable pepper mill. A berry with notes of pepper, Timut will take you on a journey with magical notes of citrus, pink grapefruit, yuzu and a floral and woody touch. It is a berry that is incredible on the palate and that we use from starter to dessert

  • Pepper Power: 9/10
  • Main Notes: Notes of citrus and pink grapefruit
  • Use: Salads, meats, fish, vegetables, fruity and chocolate desserts and Asian cuisine
  • Origin: Nepal

Buy your pepper mill in Timut bay at Comptoir de Toamasina and travel to the spice lands for creative everyday cuisine. A berry with notes of pepper that will seduce you with its aromatic palette. Sichuan Bay at the best value for money.

Packaging
BTM
Out-of-Stock
€6.33
5 2024
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5/ 5

 

TIMUT BERRY IN REFILLABLE PEPPER MILL - GRAPEFRUIT PEPPER

Discover the excellence of Timut Pepper in a refillable pepper mill with Le Comptoir de Toamasina. We have carefully chosen the ideal companion to enhance your dishes with the unique scent of “grapefruit pepper”. Our mill, combining quality and practicality, is designed to highlight the exceptional aromas of Timut pepper, while offering you unbeatable value for money.

With this pepper mill, you can now enjoy the freshness and versatility of Timut berry at every moment. Thanks to its refillable design, you can enjoy these captivating aromas again and again, while helping to preserve the environment.

Let yourself be seduced by this exceptional opportunity to transform your culinary experience thanks to Timut Bay. Spice up your dishes with this rare and tasty spice, subtly fruity and delicately floral. Opt for quality and authenticity with the Timut pepper mill from Comptoir de Toamasina, an invitation to explore new gastronomic flavors.

The creator of Comptoir de Toamasina is passionate about vanilla pods and peppercorns

He travels the world to discover harvesting methods and discover the importers of the most beautiful plantations . 

Our structure does not allow us to carry out all the control points we want and we work with an importer of Timut berries . As with our acai powder , we select only berries with citrus notes and not broken ones. 

  • Did you know that its scientific name is zanthoxylum armatum of the zanthoxylum family. It is a false pepper that does not sting, a bit like red pepper and comes from a shrub

We offer you a selection of ground pepper and rare peppers with a rich and complex flavor to take your taste buds on a journey. 

WHAT IS THE FLAVOR OF TIMUT BERRY - FALSE GRAPEFRUIT PEPPER

On the nose, the Timut bay is totally different from its flavor on the palate. The taste of timut is a wonder of nature , with notes of pink grapefruit and citrus with a touch of yuzu. 

It's an invitation to cook.

It’s a berry that adds pep to your kitchen.

This berry is ideal to use from starter to dessert and especially in chocolate desserts.

Discover our recipe for chocolate mousse with timut pepper. 

BUY TIMUR BERRY AT THE BEST PRICE IN PEPPER MILL - BUY AND SELL TIMUR BERRY

Buy your Timut berry at the best price in our specialist pepper counter. 

We offer you the timut berry in 4 packages:

  • Timut Berry in Bottle
  • Bay of Timut en Moulin
  • Timut berry in economical bag
  • Timut bay at the best price per kilo

HOW TO USE THE TIMUT BERRY IN COOKING

Timur pepper, quite simply a berry native to the highlands of Nepal and which is an aromatic treasure from Asia, stands out as a versatile spice that can transform your culinary creations. Comparable to the famous Sichuan pepper, it finds its place perfectly in the art of Asian seasoning. In addition, these two peppers complement each other harmoniously and can be substituted for one another with ease. You should know that its subtle aroma makes it ideal for stews and exotic fruit salads. But be careful not to dose too much because if you add too much it will have an anesthetic effect. Like pepper, it’s the dosage that’s everything.

If you are looking for a way to add an exceptional touch to your dishes based on fish, shellfish or scallops cooked in foil, Timut bay is your ally of choice. Its aroma, both intense and unique, gives it the status of a first-rate ingredient for your marinades, whether to enhance tender pieces of beef or juicy pieces of chicken, or to flavor your sauce bases.

In everyday cooking, the Timut berry is added at the last moment, reduced to powder, sprinkled directly on your plates or incorporated into your vegetable preparations, giving it an explosion of flavors. We love it in wok recipes.

Like many peppers and false peppers, Timut berries pair wonderfully with dark chocolate, creating an intriguing and unforgettable combination for your desserts and pastries.

Finally, if you want to surprise your guests and add an exotic note to your fruit salads, simply add a very small quantity of Timut berry to awaken their taste buds with a slight kick.

You can make a candied lemon with it. The citrus fruits you will trail in this recipe come from the bay. 

Don't hesitate to add a little long red Kampot pepper to your recipe, it's a perfect match. 

On our blog, you will discover more than 2,000 years of history with the timut berry, why they are essential to Nepalese cuisine and one of the essential components of creative cooking. Because it is in revisited traditional cuisine that you will be able to discover its full potential. 

One thing to know is that this berry will have a hard and bitter seed and we only eat the pericarp of the berry.

This berry which comes from a wild universe in the mountain range of Nepal will take your taste buds on a journey. 

Above all, don't forget that the timut berry does not resist heat, we advise you to add it at the last moment of cooking. 

For sweets, timur berries will enhance fruit and chocolate desserts.

Make a fruit salad, fried mango and pineapple and also a good strawberry salad. 

But it’s in chocolate mousses and chocolate fondants that we love it. 

It is a berry that is also used in the starter and main course.

Now flavor your dishes, infuse, crush, put into powder on meats, fish this bay of the Mahabharat mountain range. It is the benchmark in revisited traditional cuisine. 

HOW TO STORE THE TIMUT BERRY

The conservation of Timut berry, like that of many other spices, is based on three essential principles:

  1. Protection against humidity: Timut berry 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. Away from light and heat: Timut Bay 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 Timut berry 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.

Now you know everything about using timut pepper and how to harvest it by hand. Subscribe to our blog to discover timut recipes with shellfish. Because its berries during winter are incredible. This is why we find them today on all market stalls. 

Native country
Nepal
BOTANICAL SPECIES
Zanthoxylum armatum
INGREDIENTS
Timut Pepper
AROMATIC POWER
9/10
ALLERGEN
Absence
POSSIBLE TRACES OF ALLERGENS
None
PACKAGING
pepper mill
Preparation / Delivery
Preparation within 24 hours - Delivery within 48 hours

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