5 Pepper Mix FAQ

What is 5 Pepper Mix?

Our 5 Pepper Mix is a versatile spice blend for seasoning your food, use it as part of a recipe or as a condiment, it makes a great store cupboard essential for livening up an array of dishes. The mix is a blend of the highest quality grade aromatic black, white, green and pink peppercorns and fragrant, spicy allspice berries.

Where is our 5 Pepper Mix blended?

Our 5 Pepper Mix is blended in the UK.

What’s the history of pepper?

Ground dried and cooked peppercorns have been used since antiquity, both for flavour and as a traditional medicine. Black pepper is the world’s most traded spice, and is one of the most common spices added to cuisines around the world.

What plant family does our 5 Pepper Mix come from?

Black, White and Green Peppercorns come from the plant family known as Piperaceae. Pink Peppercorns come from the plant family known as Anacardiaceae. Allspice Berries come from the plant family known as Myrtaceae.

What are alternative names for 5 Pepper Mix?

Alternative names for Black Peppercorns are: Poivre Noir, Pimienta Negra, Poivre, Pfeffer, Peppar, Pepe, Filfil Aswad, Peper, Hu- Chiao, Kosha & Pyerets. Alternative names for Pink Peppercorns are: Brazilian Pepper, Aroeira, Rose Pepper, Christmasberry, Poivre Rose, Baies Roses, Rosé-Pfeffer, Pepe Rosa, Schino Brasiliano, Pimienta Roja, Pimienta Rosa & Rosépeppar. Alternative names for Allspice Berries are: Jamaica Pepper, Clove Pepper, Myrtle Pepper, Pimento, Newspice, Tout-Épice, Piment Poivre de la Jamaïque, Jamaikapfeffer, Pimiento de Jamaica, Aromatopeperi, Pepe di Giamaica & Guayabita.

What is the suggested use of 5 Pepper Mix?

Add this blend to your pepper mill instead of straight forward peppercorns and feel your taste buds come to life! This blend brings out the flavour of a wide variety of dishes, try it on steak, chicken and salmon steaks, grind over potatoes and vegetables prior to roasting, use to season sauces, soups and salad dressings, wherever you would use pepper, use this blend instead your taste buds will thank you! To add an extra dimension mix in a little dried coriander seed to the blend to add a spicy, citrusy kick that really works with any meats, fish, poultry or vegetables.

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As an animal lover and baking enthusiast, Georgia can often be found experimenting with plant-based recipes in her kitchen.

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