Cubebe pepper mill
Cubebe pepper with a fresh and minty aroma. Cubèbe Pepper is an excellent pepper, a gourmet pepper. The Cuban Pepper or Pepper with tail is very tasty with tasty notes and with a taste of fresh mint naturally. It is an ideal pepper to sprinkle with cavaillon melons.
Pepper power: 4/10
Main Notes: Menthol and Eucalyptus Notes
Use: Salad, dessert and Asian cuisine
Origin: South India and Indonesia
Cuban pepper can be crushed, ground or used as whole grain, ideal for creative everyday cooking. Sale of cubed pepper in grain at the best price.
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Spice - Cubèbe pepper - cooking with spices is better
What is the Cubebe pepper or tail pepper, it is simply a fake pepper, because it is not from the piper negrum family.
It is the fruit of a climbing and perennial plant of the piperaceae family (a liana), native to Indonesia. Most often we find the vine in the island of Java or Sumatra. In Sri Lanka coffee producer it is found in coffee plantations, this liana with its peppercorns which gives off an extraordinary aroma will make a coffee with a slightly minty taste.
For the harvest, the grain of Cuban pepper will be harvested green and before maturity then dried in the sun which gives it a dark color. Cuban pepper or Piper Cubeba for scientists has been used since antiquity, the Chinese used it in particular for its therapeutic benefits for breathing.
It was the Arabs of the Middle Ages who introduced it to Europe. It will become rare from the 17th century, because the Portuguese favors black pepper. It is necessary to know case this time Portugal had the largest fleet of boat in the world and had a perfect knowledge of the seas.
French law prohibits us from calling it pepper, because only the family of piper negrum can have this name. But it is tolerated is allowed to broaden the term to Cuban pepper.
The Cubebe or Pepper tailed pepper is ideal for bringing notes of freshness and a powerful fragrance to all of your dishes. It has a very minty and very fresh taste. It is an essential component of Asian cuisine.
The pepper will be used in salads, dessert, cottage cheese and eggs. But I advise you to put it in desserts including fruit, pies and chocolate.
Cubebe pepper can be used as an infusion or can be ground and sprinkled everywhere.
Cultivation and harvesting of cubèbe
Cubebe à grand pepper is the fruit of a pepper cubeba vine. It will flourish in the lands of peppers of origins like Borneo, Java, Sumatra, India.
It is a pepper which is picked green in order to keep its aroma fresh and concentrated.
When the cubèbe is harvested each grain will have a small peduncle called tail.
The peduncle may be as long as the diameter of the pepper and above all it is a pepper that must be picked with delicacy.
Product: Cubebe pepper or tail pepper
Refillable mill packaging: 38g
Characteristic: It is spicy with a mint note and a touch of bitterness
Origin: Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka
Conservation of Cubed Pepper
To keep the Cuban or tail pepper in the best conditions, the Comptoir de Toamasina recommends that you store the extract protected from light and any temperature shock.
Cuban recipe ideas
The tailed pepper owes its name to the small tail attached to its seed. Be careful, it should not be confused with wild pepper from Madagascar.
Cubebe pepper can be used in crushed, ground or whole grain.
Like the vast majority of peppers, Cuban pepper can be used in savory or sweet cooking.
It is a pepper that is used in a salty, sweet marinade, sprinkle on an ostrich steak, smoked salmon, Indonesian cuisine as well as in dishes with rice.
Compared to the other peppers, the pepper with cubed tail will sprinkle at the end of cooking see on the plate directly.
Be careful, pepper can turn to bitterness if it is heated too long.
Tasting of Cuban pepper in the kitchen
When you go to taste the Cuban pepper, you will discover a fairly hot pepper with a long finish and notes of mint.
Bitterness in cooking today
Today bitter is a flavor that many can no longer love. It is absent from our daily diet.
The sugar we use in many dishes will soften the preparation. What will not hurt the taste buds.
But the bitter is delicious if it is well balanced. A few bitterness notes in a savory or sweet recipe is a sign that our gastronomy is delicious.
The note of bitterness in a dish or a dessert, is the note which will give relief to the flavors, and which will enhance all the other final flavors of the dish
The bitter we will find today in: chocolate, coffee, beer, following the slightly prolonged cooking of the sugar where we will get a bitter caramel. We also find a superb example of bitterness much appreciated in our Bitter Orange Bark powder from Bigaradier, and in our Cubèbe peppercorns.
Pepper-tailed pepper is subtle, incredibly fresh and has a powerful and intense fragrance.
It hardly stings on the palate.
It has a light and subtle aftertaste of cloves or even mint.
It is an essential pepper in Asian cuisines.
It is a spice that is often used with cottage cheese and eggs.
The flavor of cubèbe goes perfectly with all meat dishes (especially game), but also vegetables.
Do not hesitate to put it in fruit.
Buy cubebe pepper in a mill at the best price
Le Comptoir de Toamasina, offers you to buy cubèbe in a mill at the best price per kilo.
We are also wholesalers of cubèbe pepper mills.