|200 g||$ 2.43||
|400 g||$ 4.57||
Lovingly known the world over as the “King of Spices”, black pepper or piper nigrum is the small dried fruit of the plant. Dark red or black in colour, about 5 mm in diameter, pepper’s hot chilli taste and strong aroma makes it a must in majority of delicacies. Used as a topping and garnish in haute-cuisine, some of the best tasting preparations are incomplete without pepper. Its health friendly properties have made it a hot-favourite in United Kingdom’s new culinary culture. While black pepper has been around since the ancient times of , it caused a furore in Europe through its export from the colonial East India Company. It became a staple spice in Britain’s diet. The traditional English breakfast ranging from tea, bacons, eggs and so forth include pepper dressings as default since the last four centuries.