KAMPOT PEPPERCORN is a cultivar of pepper(piper nigrum) grown and produced in Kampot Province , and Kep Province, Cambodia. 

What a lovely aroma and flavour - such a different peppercorn.

 It is a certified geographic indication (IG) product since 2010. There are two varieties, the Kamchay and the Lampong (or Belantoeung), locally known respectively as ‘small leaves’ and ‘big leaves’.[1] The name is derived from the area where it is grown, the province of Kampot, which previously included the later separated province of Kep.

Net Weight -  Whole 60g