Region: Kampot Province, Cambodia
Marquis de Kampot peppercorns are organically grown on a family-owned farm according to traditional Cambodian practices. Their 15-hectare plantation in Cambodia's Kampot Province is nestled against the hills of a beautiful valley, one of the last controlled by the Khmer Rouge. They currently have 1 hectare of Kampot pepper on roughly 9,000 vines under production.
The Kampot White Peppercorn can best be described as "hot and creamy." Subtle, with a hint of floral. Mildly aromatic and invisible to the eye. Commonly used for sauces, soups, stews, potatoes, and mixology.