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Spices: Zanzibar Black Peppercorns

$10.25

2.0 oz jar

Burlap & Barrel's organically grown and sustainably sourced whole peppercorns have a bright distinct flavor that will perk up any of your dishes, from simple pastas to soups, to ice cream or even cookies! They come in a 2 oz jar with with a grinder-top lid. Click on this item to see the full description.

Description: Black peppercorns grow in bunches, like grapes, on a climbing vine. Most black peppercorns are harvested while still green, and the drying process gives them their distinctive dark skin. Ours are allowed to ripen on the vine before being hand-picked and sun-dried, resulting in a rich chocolate-colored peppercorn berry with dense wrinkles and a bright, fruity spiciness.

Origin: Zanzibar, Tanzania
Process: Sun-dried
Ingredients: 100% whole black peppercorns (Piper nigrum)
Tasting notes: Cacao  • Lemon • Tropical Heat

 

Burlap & Barrel

Burlap & Barrel is building new international spice supply chains that are equitable, transparent and traceable. We connect­ smallholder spice farmers to high-value markets, we educate consumers about the impact of product traceability on human rights, and we emphasize unique products with terroir that are grown biodynamically using traditional techniques. We work to end inequality and exploitation in food systems that disenfranchise skilled, serious artisans along the entire chain. Mainstream conversations around food sustainability rarely consider the people involved in growing, harvesting, transporting, processing and cooking food. Sustainability is discussed in terms of environmental impact, or the comfort of livestock providing meat, dairy or eggs. We believe that the standard measures of sustainability must evolve to consider the conditions in which the farmers who drive global food supply chains earn their livelihoods. Single origin ingredients draw attention to the unique environments in which incredible ingredients grow and to the farmers with the expertise and commitment to grow them well.

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