Black pepper - Brazil
Black pepper - Brazil
Peppercorns from Brazil
Pepper plantation in Brazil - Espirito Santo
Arnaud in a pepper plantation
Green pepper on the pepper tree
Black pepper - Brazil
Black pepper - Brazil
Peppercorns from Brazil
Pepper plantation in Brazil - Espirito Santo
Arnaud in a pepper plantation
Green pepper on the pepper tree

Black pepper - Brazil

Brazilian black pepper is extraordinary with wild and intense notes.

It offers a strong and refined spiciness with notes of citrus and musk.

A Brazilian black pepper comes from three states: Cidade de Nova Venécia Espirito Santo, Bahia and Pará. Comptoir de Toamasina has its own branch in Brazil to pick up excellent peppers.

  • Pepper power: 7/10
  • Main notes: wild, with a hint of citrus and musk
  • Use: Ideal for all savory dishes, especially meats
  • Origin: Madagascar

Discover and buy online the best black pepper from Brazil. Arnaud, the creator of Comptoir de Toamasina selects for you the best peppercorns in Brazil, directly from the producer.




Black Pepper from Brazil - Buy Black Pepper from Para, Bahia, Espirito Santo and Rio Tocantins

Le Comptoir de Toamasina and its creator Arnaud Sion, invites you to buy black pepper from Brazil. Arnaud was trained directly in plantations and cooperatives in Brazil to select the finest peppercorns and learn pepper cultivation. 

On our blog, you will discover how pepper is grown, dried and the different colors of pepper. 

Discover the aromatic richness of Brazil with our exclusive selection of Brazilian black pepper.

At Comptoir de Toamasina, we invite you to buy the best Brazilian black pepper online , directly from the most famous terroirs: Para, Bahia, Espirito Santo and Rio Tocantins. Each grain of pepper is carefully selected to guarantee you exceptional quality and an unforgettable taste experience.  

Whether you are a lover of intense flavors or a professional looking for exceptional products for your culinary creations, our  sale of Brazilian black pepper  will meet all your expectations. Take advantage of our easy-to-use platform to  buy  the most refined spices and give a new dimension to your dishes with black pepper from Comptoir de Toamasina.


World production varies from 300,000 tonnes to 400,000 tonnes per year with Vietnam as the largest producer, Brazil is 4th and this represents 10% of world production.

According to IBGE, Research Institute in Brazil, Brazil produces around 50 tonnes of pepper on 19,400ha.

The main states are Pará, Espírito Santo and Bahia, with 75%, 15% and 9% of Brazil's production.

The cities of Açu (PA), Thomas-Açu (PA), Matthew (ES), Jaguaré (ES) Ituberá (BA) and Prado (BA) are the main cities where Brazilian black pepper is produced.

85% of  Brazilian production is exported . You should know that pepper farming in Brazil is carried out by small farmers.

Pepper consumption increases by 3% each year on average, particularly in India, China and the Middle East.


At Comptoir de Toamasina, we have the immense pleasure of introducing you to an exceptional range of Brazilian black peppers, including black pepper from Belém, Rio Tocantins and Saint Mathieu. Each of these peppers offers a distinct and refined taste experience.

Para Black Pepper found in France under the name Belém pepper: An Invaluable Wealth

Cultivated in the lush Para region of Brazil, black pepper is nicknamed Belém pepper in France, which is a false name because in Belem you do not have any pepper production. 

The aromatic power of Para pepper is lower than pepper from other regions of Brazil. It is also one of the cheapest peppers in the world. Bélem black pepper can be bought for less than 3 euros per kilo.

It offers tangy notes due to the soil of the Amazon which is acidic, it has a citric touch, with rounded notes. Some will see notes of lily, a touch of hibiscus. It is a good pepper for every day or for making cold meats. 

Black Pepper from Rio Tocantins: A Natural Force

It was in 2020 that a European importer introduced me to this pepper. It is true that Arnaud looked for a new pepper from Brazil in addition to black pepper from Saint Mathieu.

Harvested in the lush plantations of Mocajuba, Rio Tocantins black pepper is distinguished by its potency of 8/10 and its smoky and woody notes, evoking the immensity of the Amazon. In the mouth, it is spicy with very good length, ideal for spicing up your savory dishes, especially meats.

Saint Mathieu Black Pepper: Wild Intensity

Cultivated in the state of Espirito Santo, Saint Matthew black pepper is one of the strongest in the world with a potency of 9.5/10. It offers wild, woody and lemony notes, bringing unparalleled richness to your culinary preparations. In the mouth, it stimulates the taste buds with an intense spiciness that transports you to the heart of Brazilian lands.

It is a pepper that comes from the Ranger expedition. Arnaud went to the state of Espirito Santo to buy this exceptional pepper.

Currently, we sell it single in large quantities, 100 or 200kg directly from our Counter in Brazil. 

A Trio of Peppers for Inspired Cuisine

Le Comptoir de Toamasina invites you to explore these three black peppers from Brazil, each with its unique character and flavor. Whether you are looking for a touch of subtle spice or an explosion of intense flavors, our peppers will satisfy the most demanding palates and bring a new dimension to your recipes.

Join us on this culinary adventure and let yourself be seduced by the diversity and authenticity of the flavors of Brazilian black pepper.


Arnaud, the creator of Comptoir de Toamasina, invites you to discover how to properly use Brazilian black pepper:

  • For Meats: Brazilian black pepper is ideal for seasoning all kinds of meats. Whether it's a juicy steak or a delicate roast, sprinkle generously with freshly ground pepper before cooking to enhance the natural flavor of the meat.
  • In Sauces: Incorporate a pinch of Brazilian black pepper into your sauces and marinades. It will provide a depth of flavor and complexity that will perfectly complement the other spices and herbs.
  • Soups and Stews: A hint of Brazilian black pepper in soups and stews can make all the difference. It not only adds heat, but also an aromatic dimension that enriches the broth or soup base.
  • With Vegetables: Grilled or sautéed vegetables also benefit from the addition of Brazilian black pepper. It accentuates the natural sweetness of vegetables while providing a slight spicy touch.
  • For Vegetarian Dishes: In vegetarian dishes, Brazilian black pepper can be the key ingredient that adds that much sought-after "umami" flavor, making the dish satisfying and flavorful even without meat.
  • In Pastry: Yes, even in pastry! A pinch of Brazilian black pepper in desserts, such as poached pears or chocolate, can pleasantly surprise by adding a subtle spicy note that balances the sweetness.

To discover more recipes, go to our YouTube channel and our blog.


Here I offer you 8 recipes to take your taste buds on a journey with Brazilian black pepper. For more recipes, discover our blog:

1. Grilled Chicken with Brazilian Black Pepper:

  • Season chicken fillets with salt, Brazilian black pepper and a drizzle of olive oil.
  • Grill until the chicken is cooked through and deliciously fragrant.

2. Brazilian Black Pepper Steak:

  • Rub a steak with salt, Brazilian black pepper and crushed garlic.
  • Grill or pan-fry according to your preference until desired doneness.

3. Roasted Potatoes with Brazilian Black Pepper:

  • Cut potatoes into quarters and toss them with olive oil, salt, Brazilian black pepper and rosemary.
  • Roast in the oven at 200°C for 30-40 minutes until golden and crispy.

4. Salmon with Brazilian Black Pepper and Lemon:

  • Season salmon fillets with salt, Brazilian black pepper and lemon zest.
  • Bake in the oven at 180°C for 15-20 minutes, until the salmon is tender and flaky.

5. Grilled Vegetables with Brazilian Black Pepper:

  • Toss seasonal vegetables (like zucchini, peppers, and mushrooms) with olive oil, salt, and Brazilian black pepper.
  • Grill until tender and lightly caramelized.

6. Tomato Soup with Brazilian Black Pepper:

  • Brown onions and garlic in olive oil, add crushed tomatoes, vegetable stock, salt and Brazilian black pepper.
  • Leave to simmer for 20-30 minutes then blend until smooth.

7. Sauteed Shrimp with Brazilian Black Pepper:

  • Season shrimp with salt, Brazilian black pepper and a drizzle of olive oil.
  • Sauté in a hot pan until pink and cooked through.

8. Scrambled Eggs with Brazilian Black Pepper:

  • Beat eggs with a pinch of salt and Brazilian black pepper.
  • Cook in a pan with a little butter, stirring constantly until you get the desired consistency.
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