Black Pepper

  Black Pepper is produced from the green unripe berries of the pepper plant. These berries are cooked briefly and then once the cell ruptures, they are dried in sun. Once the fruits are dry, they are called black peppercorns.  
  Varieties of Black Pepper:  
  Black Tellicherry or Tellicherry Garbled Extra Bold peppercorns are larger in size and renowned for their high quality. They are exported from the town of Tellicherry on the Malabar Coast of India.Piperine content of 6.6% and a volatile oil content of 4.7%.  
  Black Malabar peppercorns are grown in the coastal areas on the southwest side of India. The peppercorn farmers in these areas are known for their devotion to producing the highest quality peppercorns.  Malabar pepper has a higher Piperine content. They have a certified Piperine content of 7% and a volatile oil content of 4.5%.  
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