What are the differences in taste?
Grill it, fry it, stew it! What? Meat! Black pepper is perfect for steaks, red meat, sauces, soups and also for all types of pasta and Italian cuisine in general.
Don´t use it for meat – it is a great friend with fish or seafood. On the other hand, you will love it in cold kitchen for vegetarian dishes, salads, vegetable, eggs, vegetable soups, risotto, sweet deserts, cocktails or Christmas sweets.
Perfect for grilling dark meat, grinding on cheese and pairing with wine and tapas. Also good for savoring vegetable soups, gnocchi, pesto, potato dishes, pasta, homemade baking, Asian cuisine and spreads.
Certificates of authenticity of Kampot pepper
Authentic Kampot Pepper must always be accompanied by four compulsory certificates that determine its quality, uniqueness, and origin. In addition, a ‘Lot Number’ must always be stated on the packaging. This number allows the pepper to be tracked right back to the specific farmer that produced it.
Trademark - proves the origin and quality of Kampot pepper. There are many cheap copies all over the world, named for example pepper from Kampot, pepper Kampot or pepper from Cambodia, which, however, have nothing to do with the real Kampot pepper. So, if your pepper doesn't have all four certificates and a lot number, it's not the genuine Kampot pepper.
Protected Geographical Indication - Kampot Pepper became the first Cambodian product and the only pepper in the world to be given this status, similar to Champagne in France. It is a guarantee that your pepper has been grown in the most appropriate climatic conditions in the world, complying with the strictest standards of farming methods and techniques.
External control - the international regulator, Ecocert, is one of the largest certification companies in the world. It checks and certifies products containing natural materials resulting from organic farming. At the same time, it grants PGI status to Kampot Pepper.
Specification of a given protected geographical indication - a specific list of rules that a given country must meet within PGI, from planting the crops to tracking the peppercorns. In Cambodia, the emphasis is on strict organic compliance and a ban on all chemical fertilizers.
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