A SRS favorite, with it's hint of citrus and wood (hickory) smoked allure. Once ground, this pepper plant fruit comes alive with pepper and delicious smokey richness. Pepper gets its spicy heat mostly from piperine derived from both the outer fruit and the seed.
The opportunities are endless when pairing smoked black peppercorns. Crush and coat on meats, sprinkle on fruit and spice up hot or cold drinks. Grind over your favorite soups, salads and oils
Black Peppercorns contains compounds (piperine) which may protect against cell damage, improve nutrient absorption, and aid digestive issues.