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Terre Exotique’s passion berry is a pepper with intense passion fruit aromas and flavours, with a tingling cold-spiciness. Crush in a pestle and mortar, then sprinkle over pan-fried sea bass, grilled vegetables or freshly sliced fruit.
Grown in Ethiopia, the passion berry comes from the Ruta chalepensis plant, the leaves of which are powerfully aromatic and sweet. The passion berry is traditionally used to make Ehtiopian berbere spice blend alongside fenugreek, chilli and ginger. Alternatively, pair this pepper with roasted pear tarts or grilled peaches for an easy yet impressive dessert.
About Terre Exotique
Terre Exotique works directly with hundreds of specialist farmers and producers around the world – to bring the very best peppers, spices and salts to our tables. The company was founded by Erwann de Kerros, a Breton and seasoned traveller. After tasting pepper in the Penja plantation in Cameroon, Kerros yearned to try other specialist peppers and spices – and Terre Exotique was born.
The company works closely with farmers to preserve natural habitats, and to ensure a sustainable income for local communities. Each spice is carefully packed in tins or glass jars – with no plastic. The metal tins preserve the flavours and aroma of your spice, by protecting them from sunlight. So the ingredients stay at their best for longer.
Ingredients: Passion berry
Storage: Keep at room temperature in a dry place
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