Red peppercorns from Phu Quoc
Reference : CDPPFV04-D
Its nose is powerful and very fresh, with roasted, resinous notes, hints of black tea, tobacco, with spicy notes leaving room, once crushed, for very fresh vegetable notes, with a dominant asparagus note, a touch of iodine which is certainly due to the island origin of this spice. A few floral, fruity notes, evoking ripe exotic fruits such as the mango. In the mouth, the spice is immediate and long-lasting.