Pink peppercorns (Not even a peppercorn at all, but a dried berry!) is a great bright and citrusy flavor to add to fruits, desserts, and more unexpected dishes.
Green Mysore Peppercorns
Green peppercorns have a less harsh bite than black peppercorns, and are great if you want to season your chicken, fish, or salads with a more mild pepper.
A mix of black peppercorns, white peppercorns, coriander seed and allspice berries, this blend balances a lot of flavor notes. This blend can stand up to larger cuts of meat such as lamb or beef, as well as potatoes and stews.
White peppercorns have a light and complex flavor, which pairs excellently with any dishes that are more nuanced and delicate.
Black Tellicherry Peppercorns
Considered one of the finest peppercorns in the world, Tellicherryblack peppercorns are bold and balanced. There is a great cedar aroma that makes it a great option for fish and beef alike.