Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder
Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder
Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder
Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder
Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder
Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder
Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder
Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder
Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder
Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder

Brazilian Black Pepper - Grinder

Comptoir de Toamasina offers you two peppers from Brazil: Saint Mathieu Espirito Santo pepper and Para pepper. Our Bahia pepper will be available soon. 

  • Pepper strength: 7/10
  • Main notes: Wild, with a hint of citrus and musk
  • Use: Ideal for all savory dishes, especially meats
  • Origin: Brazil - Bahia and Espirito Santo

During a Ranger expedition to Brazil, Arnaud discovers Saint Mathieu black pepper, an exceptional pepper. In 2021, Arnaud travels to Bahia to discover a pepper plantation, and we'll soon be offering you the finest range of Brazilian pepper, sourced in Brazil.

Packaging
PNBM
€5.20

 

BRAZILIAN BLACK PEPPER IN A REFILLABLE PEPPER MILL - BUYING A LUSH PEPPER WITH EXOTIC FLAVORS

Discover my Brazilian black pepper in a selection pepper mill. It was in 2013 that I discovered Brazil for the first time by visiting Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro and in November 2015, I will definitely insult myself there. I will have a son in 2021.

Today, I live between the two countries. In 2019, I will discover the pepper plantations in Tocantins, Espirito Santo, Bahia. 

This is where I will want to select peppercorns from France or Brazil. 

Be careful, in Brazil there is no Belem pepper, here, it is a name which aims to make people believe that we have a unique pepper when not. Unlike Sao Mathieu Pepper, Ilheus for example which are grown in the city. You should know that a city in Brazil is very, very big. 

Here you will discover a classic piper with a unique terroir. The grains are dried in the sun because it has a wrinkled color. 

We explain in our online store why you should always buy manual and not mechanical drying.  

Discover the world of pepper at Comptoir de Toamasina.

WHAT DOES BLACK PEPPER TASTE FROM BRAZIL?

Here is the scent of our Brazilian pepper: 

  • Woody and lemony scent  :  Brazilian Black Pepper  gives off a woody and lemony scent, enhanced with a hint of licorice and coriander.

  • Persistent heat  : In the mouth, it does not seem spicy immediately, but the sensation of spiciness gradually builds up for a characteristic heat, not intense but persistent.

  • Differences between black and white  :

    • Brazilian Black Pepper  (harvested after the green): Very fragrant and powerful, it offers the flavors described above at full strength.
    • Brazilian White Pepper : Cleaned after maturity, it has a more subtle flavor and is less irritating to the stomach. Its flavors are lighter and more delicate.

BUY BRAZILIAN BLACK PEPPER AT THE BEST PRICE IN YOUR PEPPER MILL - BUY AND SELL

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 Brazilian black pepper: 

  • Brazilian Black Pepper in Bottle
  • Brazilian Black Pepper in Refillable Grinder
  • Brazilian Black Pepper in Economy Bag
  • Brazilian Black Pepper at the best price per kilo

HOW TO USE BRAZILIAN BLACK PEPPER

Brazilian Black Pepper , also not known as Bélem Pepper , here we have seen this method of sale on the internet. There is no pepper in Bélem.   

Here, I will show you how to properly use Brazilian pepper in everyday cooking: 

  1. Season meats  : Naturally, authentic  Brazilian black pepper  enhances all kinds of red meats, whatever the cooking method. Replace traditional pepper with this exotic treasure to season your steaks, lamb chops or chicken before grilling, roasting or pan-frying them.

  2. Original vinaigrettes  : Add a touch of  Brazilian pepper  to your vinaigrettes to spice them up in an original way. Its woody and lemony scent will bring an exotic note to your salads.

  3. Vegetable dishes  : Sprinkle a pan of vegetables with  Brazilian pepper , using the amount according to your taste. It will enhance the flavors of your vegetables without crushing them.

  4. Pepper sauces  : For a different pepper sauce, incorporate this black pepper into your preparations. Your guests will be licking their lips.

  5. Black Pepper Steak : Coat beef steaks with crushed black peppercorns before cooking them in the pan. Serve with a creamy black pepper sauce.

  6. Black Pepper Chicken : Marinate pieces of chicken with cracked black pepper, lemon juice, garlic and thyme before grilling or roasting in the oven.

  7. Black Pepper Risotto : Add freshly ground black peppercorns to a creamy risotto for a subtle but distinctive flavor.

  8. Black Pepper Salmon : Rub salmon fillets with cracked black pepper and bake with lemon slices and fresh herbs.

  9. Black Pepper Roasted Potatoes : Season potato wedges with freshly ground black pepper, olive oil, salt and herbs before roasting in the oven until golden brown and crispy.

  10. Arugula Salad with Black Pepper : Add freshly ground black pepper to an arugula salad with cherry tomatoes, grated parmesan and a balsamic vinegar vinaigrette.

  11. Black Pepper Crème Brûlée : Infuse cream with cracked black pepper before using it to make a classic crème brûlée. Sprinkle a little cracked black pepper on top before caramelizing the sugar for a touch of heat.

  12. Pan-Fried Pears with Black Pepper and Honey : Sauté pear wedges in butter with freshly ground black pepper and honey until tender and lightly caramelized. Serve them with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a delicious dessert.

HOW TO STORE BRAZILIAN BLACK PEPPER

The conservation of Brazilian black pepper is based on three essential principles:

  • Protection against humidity: Brazilian black pepper should be stored in a dry place, protected from humidity. Humidity can alter the flavor of pepper 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 in the air.
  • Keep away from light and heat: Brazilian black pepper should be protected from direct sunlight and excessive heat. Heat can cause breakdown of the essential oils that give pepper its characteristic aroma. It is therefore best to store it in a cool, dark place, such as a cupboard or kitchen drawer.
  • Using an airtight container: To preserve the freshness and flavor of Brazilian black pepper 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 that you know how to store Brazilian black pepper, you can take full advantage of its unique flavors in your dishes. Don’t hesitate to subscribe to our blog to discover tasty recipes highlighting this delicious ingredient!

Native country
Brazil
BOTANICAL SPECIES
Piper nigrum
INGREDIENTS
Black Pepper from Brazil
AROMATIC POWER
08/10
ALLERGEN
Absence
POSSIBLE TRACES OF ALLERGENS
None
PACKAGING
Grinder
Preparation / Delivery
Preparation within 24 hours - Delivery within 48 hours
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