Kadode Kampot Pepper - Whole Black Pepper 40g
Kadode Kampot Pepper - Whole Red Pepper 40g
Kadode Kampot Pepper - Whole White Pepper 40g
Kadode Kampot Pepper
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Black Pepper : Kadode Kampot Pepper

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Not All Pepper Is Created Equal

Kadode Kampot Pepper isnt just any pepper its a pepper of true distinction. It will tantalise your tastebuds, bringing an unmistakable new dimension to all your culinary creations.

Kampot Pepper mostly disappeared from the gastronomic map as a result of Cambodia's turbulent and insular recent past. Though still revered by connoisseurs and professional chefs this wonderful product once known as the King of Pepper has instead become the forgotten pepper.

In the same way the terroir of Champagne bestows unique gifts on its wines, so the distinct mineral rich soil and climate of Kampot result in an equally superb and unforgettable taste experience. This extraordinary terroir alongside traditional techniques of farming, harvesting, refining, sorting and grading is what makesthis Kadode Kampot Pepper a pepper of true distinction.

From Kampot to Your Pot

Thispepper comes from southwest Cambodia, in the shadows of the Phnom Voir mountain range in Kampot Province. Here the mineral rich soil and unique climate combine to create a distinct terroir. This special environment aided by traditional and sustainable farming methods nurtures all our premium pepper to perfection. Great for refilling pepper grinders!

Perfect. Premium. Pepper.

One of the worlds best kept gastronomic secrets, Kadode Kampot Pepper is little known beyond Cambodia. But when Rick Stein, Anthony Bourdain and Time Magazine came to visit they were astounded by its unparalleled quality and taste.