Where the best pepper in the world grows.
"Go where the pepper grows!" Visitors to the red island do so in the truest sense of the word. Here, some of the world's best peppers thrive naturally, without the use of fertilizers or pesticides. The black pepper thrives here on lianas that hang down from the spreading treetops of the green giants. The locals harvest the pepper mostly green and then dry it especially gentle in the shade. Then they earn extra money by selling it to larger traders. The pepper from Madagascar is known for its excellent qualities and its very own taste known all over the world. Its unique flavor he develops thanks to the fertile soil, warm, humid climate and balmy, slightly salty sea air. the East Coast.
The wild pepper from Madagascar
Very unusual and extremely popular among gourmets is the very rare wild pepper (Voatsiperifery). Each peppercorn (much smaller than those of black pepper) must be harvested by hand. Even though it is typical of Madagascar, it is also very rare here and is always in demand by gourmets. Its taste is similar to the fresh aroma of black pepper. Particular is its improbable refined complexity of flavors like that of the fresh forest soil, of noble mushrooms, and other fruity-exotic notes. This pepper promises not only a special Stimulation of the taste buds but is also versatile in the kitchen: it harmonizes excellently with game dishes, chanterelles, porcini mushrooms and also a summer salad.
Through our excellent contacts, we can offer our guests a few packets of this gem at any time of the year. The pepper is from us personally in the remote harvesting areas at the right time selected, dried and vacuum packed.