Peppercorn Particulars

We’ve learned a lot about peppercorns during our travels. We went to see peppercorn plantations in Kampot and Kerala. We visited the International Peppercorn Exchange in Kochi. We attended the International Spice Conference in Goa. We’ve blogged about peppercorns regularly, including this dispatch.

We know that we’re not the only ones interested in learning more about delicious peppercorns. After all, who isn’t interested in improving the taste of our food if we can do it with the right peppercorns and a simple twist of the pepper grinder?

Recently we learned that the Kampot Peppercorns further cemented its status among the best peppercorns in the world when it won the coveted Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status in the EU. For reference, PGI distinguishes French Champage, Italian Parma Ham, French Gruyere Cheese. Read more about it here, in the Vancouver Sun.

3 thoughts on “Peppercorn Particulars

  1. I am so happy and honoured to have a real entrepeneour in our family!
    I can feel or imagine that part of your project is probably to teach – to offer lessons at courses that are already organized in Toronto? and elsewhere? – Are you considering that?


  2. We are very excited about your new expertise and entrepreneurial endeavor! The best new ventures are founded on passion and commitment and it sounds like you have both. It is sure to be a winner! We can’t wait to learn more from you.


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