The world’s best peppercorn comes from a volcanic valley in central Africa — Quartz

The Penja pepper, grown in the volcanic soil of the eastern Cameroon, may soon become the country’s newest cash crop. Production of the peppercorn—grown in the Penja Valley and known for its bright, lingering flavor—has increased in response to growing demand from Michelin-starred chefs and upscale restaurants around the world. Production increased more than fifteen-fold…

via The world’s best peppercorn comes from a volcanic valley in central Africa — Quartz

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