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Bhutan Lemon Pepper I Minipack 5g I
Bhutan, a Himalayan country in the high regions of South Asia, has established environmental protection in its constitution. All economic enterprises must submit to the protection and preservation...
Content 10 Pieces (€0.05 * / 1 Pieces)
€0.50 * €0.79 *
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Voatsiperifery Pepper I Minipack 7g I
The Voatsiperifery pepper grows exclusively in the wild virgin forests of Madagascar. The ripe red fruits grow on the young shoots of the up to 20-metre-high tree in the middle of the tropical...
Content 10 Pieces (€0.06 * / 1 Pieces)
€0.63 * €1.19 *
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Piment pepper, whole I EH Content: 80g I
We have Christopher Columbus to thank for the discovery of Piment. The search for a new route to India led him to the Caribbean. When the brown grains were discovered, pepper was believed to have...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.57 * / 1 Pieces)
€3.39 *
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Tellicherry pepper, TGSEB | -
This noble Pepper rarity comes from the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in the Indian state of Kerala on the Malabar Coast and is named after the port city of Tellicherry (Thalassery). The taste of the...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.66 * / 1 Pieces)
€3.95 *
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Tiger pepper - black Malabar pepper | -
This extraordinary specialty pepper comes from a strictly protected nature reserve in the highlands of the Malabar Coast, located in the state of Kerala in the very south-western India. He is grown...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.67 * / 1 Pieces)
€3.99 *
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Andaliman pepper (lemon pepper) | -
This pepper speciality, which bears fruit all year round, comes from the northern regions of Sumatra / Indonesia. The main harvest time is in March. Growing wild and not cultivable, this is a very...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.72 * / 1 Pieces)
€4.29 *
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Pink berries | -
Originating from the moist, warm areas of Brazil berry Schinus grow on bushes and trees up to 12 meters high. The harvest of grapes is similar panicles from late November until the beginning of...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.78 * / 1 Pieces)
€4.69 *
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Timut pepper | -
Timut pepper, the Nepalese variant of Szechuan pepper, grows in the untouched Nepalese mountains of the Himalayas. At altitudes of 2000 metres and more, the fruits growing on bushes are laboriously...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.78 * / 1 Pieces)
€4.69 *
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Organic tiger pepper - black Malabar pepper | -
This extraordinary specialty pepper comes from a strictly protected nature reserve in the highlands of the Malabar Coast, located in the state of Kerala in the very south-western India. He is grown...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.80 * / 1 Pieces)
€4.79 *
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Organic pink berries | -
Originating from the moist, warm areas of Brazil berry Schinus grow on bushes and trees up to 12 meters high. The harvest of grapes is similar panicles from late November until the beginning of...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.80 * / 1 Pieces)
€4.79 *
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Green pepper - Malabar | -
Our green pepper comes from the mountainous, densely forested hinterland of the Malabar Coast in Kerala in southwestern India. This region is generally regarded as the home of pepper. Here he is...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.80 * / 1 Pieces)
€4.79 *
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Long pepper (2 - 5 cm) | -
Long pepper is a climbing plant with roots emerging from its shoot knots. The distribution area extends from northern India to Indonesia. The fruits, reminiscent of willow, hazelnut or birch...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.85 * / 1 Pieces)
€5.09 *
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Biova - Pepper

Pepper varieties from Biova

For thousands of years, the versatile pepper has enriched our cuisine and is sold all over the world. Whether for fish, meat or vegetables, whether discreet, fruity-tart or fiery and spicy; it has become an indispensable part of our everyday life. Once weighed with gold, this noble spice is now an established and international part of our food culture. Biova offers a colourful potpourri of different pepper varieties. Only varieties that meet our high standards of quality, processing and fair conditions are imported by us and traded throughout Europe. More info »

Exotic diversity

From the Kingdom of Bhutan, the high region of Südasia, comes, for example, our fruity Lemon pepper, which is sparingly dosed and provides completely new taste experiences. The aromatic Whisky pepper originates from the Indian Malabar breed, and it goes excellently with short roasted steaks! Rosa pepper berries from Brazil are an optical delicacy and can be found in many spice mixtures. The Assam pepper grows wild in the north Indian Assam region, where it is traditionally cultivated by local farmers and its appearance is reminiscent of blackberries. Our wide assortment is your advantage. Guaranteed! For all our products we rely on the highest processing standards and a careful selection of the raw materials used.

Pepper varieties from Biova For thousands of years, the versatile pepper has enriched our cuisine and is sold all over the world. Whether for fish, meat or vegetables, whether discreet,... read more »
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Biova - Pepper

Pepper varieties from Biova

For thousands of years, the versatile pepper has enriched our cuisine and is sold all over the world. Whether for fish, meat or vegetables, whether discreet, fruity-tart or fiery and spicy; it has become an indispensable part of our everyday life. Once weighed with gold, this noble spice is now an established and international part of our food culture. Biova offers a colourful potpourri of different pepper varieties. Only varieties that meet our high standards of quality, processing and fair conditions are imported by us and traded throughout Europe. More info »

Exotic diversity

From the Kingdom of Bhutan, the high region of Südasia, comes, for example, our fruity Lemon pepper, which is sparingly dosed and provides completely new taste experiences. The aromatic Whisky pepper originates from the Indian Malabar breed, and it goes excellently with short roasted steaks! Rosa pepper berries from Brazil are an optical delicacy and can be found in many spice mixtures. The Assam pepper grows wild in the north Indian Assam region, where it is traditionally cultivated by local farmers and its appearance is reminiscent of blackberries. Our wide assortment is your advantage. Guaranteed! For all our products we rely on the highest processing standards and a careful selection of the raw materials used.

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