Assorted Saveurs Spices
Peugeot has selected an exclusive collection of finest spices from the four corners of the world for the inquisitive… and lovers of flavour.
Sarawak white pepper is grown on the island of Borneo. With plant and wood notes, it pairs nicely with white meats, fish and salads.
Tan Hoi Black pepper grown in Vietnam, expressing woody warm tones, with simple spice and a bite that will make it the perfect companion to red meats, oily fish, or mashed potatoes.
Cambodian Kampot is a warm black long pepper with a taste reminiscent of gingerbread and cinnamon. When ground at the last minute in the Isen long pepper mill, this pepper will bring a stunning burst of flavour to your meals.
Long red pepper from Cambodia is still not widely known and yet it offers an intense aromatic flavour palette. In addition to its elongated and spiked shape, this long red pepper stuns with its delicious notes of cocoa and dried fruits.
Sichuan red peppercorns come from China. Their flowery citrus notes are a match made in heaven with savoury dishes, especially duck and fish, but they are also a perfect addition to chocolate desserts and fruit salads.
Timut wild pepper grows at an altitude of more than 2000 metres, in a region of humid climate in the South of Nepal. Slightly spicy, it can be surprising with its zesty flavours and astonishing citrus notes. It will perfectly enhance fish, crustaceans, vegetables, fruits and chocolate.
Pili Pili – Torrid, this is how the Scoville scale defines the strength of the Bird’s Eye Chili Pepper, also called Piri Piri. Produced in Malawi, it will enhance your meats or your casseroles.
Sel Blanc Peugeot presents dry white salt crystals from Germany. Now packaged in a glass cube with a graphic line design, this spice refills look beautiful in your kitchen and are perfect for your salt mills.
Muscade is a finely grated Peugeot nutmeg is ideal to enhance the flavour of your purees and dishes based on potatoes, vegetables or squashes.
Ceylon cinnamon is a delicate, warm spice with orangey and slightly woody notes. In the kitchen, it is the ideal match for fruit salads and compotes, pain perdu and obviously apple pie. It can also be used in savoury dishes.