The wild Assam pepper (lat. Piper mullesua) is native to the Indian state of the same name. Assam is located in the north-eastern part of India and is located in the middle of the seven sister states of India, which are connected to the main country by a narrow corridor. This state is as large as the Czech Republic and belongs to the medium-sized states of India. Here not only the Assam pepper but also the well-known Assam tea grows. This is part of the East Frisian tea blend known to us. Assam produces almost half of India's total tea.
The wild Assam pepper grows as its name suggests wild in the Indian state of Assam. The complete production is carried out by hand. After the elaborate harvest, this delicate pepper is washed, dried and sorted.
The Assam pepper has a smoky scent and tastes spicy fresh. In the end, he leaves a tingling feeling on his tongue. This exclusive pepper variety is particularly suitable for refining strong meat dishes such as deer goulash or wild boar. This pepper refines dark roast sauces but also winter vegetables or fresh pineapples and strawberries.