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In the Middle Ages, a very specific type of pepper was used, made from a shrub with white or purple flowers, which was widespread mainly in the Mediterranean region. Its name comes from the fact that in the Middle Ages it was used to flavor monks’ soup in monasteries for its anaphrodisiac properties.
Sweeter than black pepper, it releases a bitterness that is valued today for spicing many culinary preparations!
On the palate, the monks’ pepper is quite subtle and releases some discreet floral notes. It goes very well with meat and poultry, but can be used in a more original way on desserts.
In a fruit salad, for example, we appreciate this spicy note that surprises the palate. In general, you can try adding pepper to different sweet preparations-the result will be pleasantly surprising!
Ingredients: *Chasteberry (vitex agnus-castus L.).
Quality: * product of organic agriculture
Packaging: White iron jar / Freshness bag / Mill
Storage: Keep in a cool and dry place, away from heat sources and away from light
This berry is known to promote digestion, sleep, and help hormonal problems such as painful menstruation.
The information reported on this site never has a medical / prescriptive value as it is entered for informational and informative purposes only, and therefore cannot be substituted for the advice of your doctor.