I'll warn you up front: this stuff is addictive. So addictive Columbus traveled uncharted seas in part to try to find a better way to get it.
Featured in Cook's Illustrated, these peppercorns were described as having "lovely floral undertones . . . lively, and grassy, with balanced heat and spice, nice and aromatic.”
Our Tellicherry peppercorns are plump and full of essential oil—which is where the aroma and flavor come from—not dried and shriveled like the peppercorns you often find. As my friend Lisa says, "They're so good you can taste them in your mouth." If you do one thing for yourself in the kitchen this year, make the move to freshly ground Tellicherry black pepper on everything you eat.