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Kampot Pepper, grown only in the Kampot region of Cambodia, was once the world's most prestigious peppercorn, celebrated in the gourmet kitchens of France for its complex aroma and nuanced flavors.  Our peppercorns are grown on a small family-owned farm, nestled against the hills of a beautiful valley in Cambodia's Kampot province.

The delicate characteristics of Kampot peppers come from the mildness in their spice, the freshness and complexity of their aromas and their exceptional lingering taste.

Our peppers are proudly grown using traditional chemical-free Cambodian farming practices.

Kampot Pepper

Gourmet Peppercorn from Cambodia

Our farm management team is a member of the Kampot Pepper Promotion Association in Cambodia.

Black

Kampot black pepper delivers a strong and delicate aroma. Its taste, which can range from intensely spicy to mildly sweet, reveals hints of flower, eucalyptus and mint.  This black pepper suits all kind of dishes and distinguishes itself in particular with grilled fish or beef steak.

Aromatic at a distance.  Well-rounded flavor offers heat but surprises with a sweet finish.  Think steak.


Red

Harvested from the vine, when the berry is fully mature, Kampot red pepper delivers a powerful and fruity aroma. Its taste combines the spicy, mature flavor of black pepper with a sugary sweetness.

An initial pepper flavor followed by a tangy floral aromatic finish and a punch of heat.  Excellent on chicken or crush and sprinkle on vanilla ice cream.


White

Obtained by soaking the red berries in water for a few days, Kampot white pepper develops an intense bouquet and delicate aroma. Its strong spicy taste carries notes of fresh grass and lime.

Hot and creamy.  Subtle with floral hints.  Mildly aromatic.  Invisible to the eye.  Think sauces.

  Unique flavor unknown to most Americans

  Historically exalted spice in Asian and French cuisine

  3rd world economy re-emerging from war and tragedy

  Organic credentials and Fair Trade criteria

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