The Jamaican pepper is an extraordinary pepper. We must call this pepper Chili by pepper of Jamaica because only pepper nigrum can have the name of pepper. But in the custom we say pepper chili from Jamaica. The Jamaican Chili has a taste between nutmeg and cloves. It looks a bit like the 4 spice mix. It is a great pepper, especially for gratins.
Pepper power: 4/10
Main notes: Notes of 4 spices, cloves and wood
Use: Ideal for all savory dishes, especially meats
Origin: Guatemala and Brazil
Buy at the best price the pepper of Jamaica pepper, a berry with a large grain of brown color. A berry with a natural note of black pepper, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg.
Buy online at the best price per kilo, our pepper from Jamaica. Did you know that Jamaican pepper is actually a berry.
The tree that produces this berry has clove notes when you approach it.
It is an amazing spice. Here you will discover the best recipes with Jamaican pepper, tips for use and buy high quality Jamaican pepper.
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All About Jamaica Pepper
The Jamaica Pepper was discovered by Christopher Columbus. The Jamaican pepper with several names, the Indian wood, allspice for the English, Jamaïca piper. the English will get their hands on the plantations in 1655 then 20 years later they will export 20 times more than at the beginning. This tree is exceptional it takes 1 male tree for 10 female trees, hence a nickname the Pacha. He became an adult at 9 years old and was 9 meters tall. The harvest is done twice a year 3 to 4 months after flowering. The berries will be dried in the sun and then graded.
The Taste of Jamaican Pepper
The Jamaican pepper is a berry that will work wonders in all sauces, white meats, vegetables and stuffings. Thanks to its taste of 4 100% natural spices of pepper, nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon.
Product: Jamaican pepper
Bottle packaging: 38g
Feature: Frank notes with a scent of pepper, nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon
Other packaging available: Piment de la Jamaïque en Moulin
Conservation of Pepper jamaïca
To keep the Jamaican pepper in the best conditions, the Comptoir de Toamasina recommends that you store the extract protected from light and any temperature shock.
All spices, all berry
We are going to give you ideas for using your Jamaican pepper in creative everyday cooking.
First of all it is a pepper which will go very well with white meats.
It goes wonderfully in grilled cutlet, in foie gras and in exotic cuisine.
It is in vegetables that we will love it and soups. You can put it with the pumpkin, pumpkin and in a mashed potato.
It can be used as a 4 spice mixture. It even replaces the clove with its flavors.
In desserts it is in chocolate and recipes for compotes with winter and autumn fruits that we love.
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The cultivation of Jamaican pepper
It is a spice that is very easy to grow in South America. Our Jamaican Pepper from two sources.
Our queen provenance is Brazil. It is a spice that comes from a majestic tree. Once it is in flower, the bees come to forage in the tree, the flowers will wilt then the berries will appear.
They will be harvested at maturity and then dried in the Sun.
The grains will have a brown color after drying, if you take a clay ball and put it next to the Jamaican pepper you will say it is the same color.
The berries can be small, medium or even gigantic. It is a berry which roll under the finger like a pearl.
The inside of this berry is hollow with two small seeds inside.
Did you know: That it is a tree that likes a hot and humid climate with a rainfall that reaches 1300mm per year. He loves soil humidity at 80ù and a pH between 5 and 6.
Average temperature 25 ° C.
The production per hectare is around 400 to 500kg per year.
In Brazil, the most is produced in Bahia. Jamaica is the best producer with 70% of the world production. Producing country: Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Cuba.