Dark brown peppercorns. Pleasant bouquet of brioche and notes of wood, leather and cloves. An elegant acidity reminiscent of green pepper. Aromatic explosion on the palate of great force. This is possibly the best pepper in the world.
The ancester of all peppers. Brown-black corns. A very fine bouquet with a pleasant acidity, of woody and fruity aromas. Warm on the palate with musk, smoke and burnt wood notes which persist in the mouth. A great pepper.