Think back to that pepper tree in your schoolyard: this little berry is from a very close relative, yet is not the true pepper we generally consume alongside its companion, salt. Pink Schinus Pepper carries less heat, yet more camphoric and sweet characteristics than normal pepper. It is used widely in Mediterranean fish dishes and, much like juniper berries, matches well with game meats.
Also known as: Schinus Pepper
Crush and sprinkle over sweet and savoury dishes before serving. Try with burrata, apples, chocolate, delicate white fish and rose-flavoured sweets.