Timut pepper

n the pristine Nepalese mountains of the Himalayas grows the Timut pepper, the Nepalese variant of Szechuan pepper. In high altitudes of 2000 meters or more, the fruits growing on shrubs are laboriously collected, dried and handpicked by the local farmers. This spice, with its pleasant hints of citrus and grapefruit, mainly uses aromatic fruit or seed pods. It usually grows wild on bushes and shrubs to high mountain regions. Harvested in autumn, then the ripe fruits are dried in the sun until they open. The little black seed will fall out. Most of the taste is in the capsule walls.

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60g Paper bag:

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10 Kg bag

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