Pepper, Pink

Pepper, Pink
Botanical Name: Schinus terebinthifolia
Country of Origin : Madagascar
Cultivation : Conventional
Method of Extraction : Steam Distilled
Plant Material Used : Dried crushed fruit

Flash Point : > 60 C
Description : Straw colored to greenish oil
Synonym : pink pepper (baie rose, pimienta rosa, rosa pfeffer)

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Pink pepper is actually a false pepper. Grown in Madagascar, it is originally from Reunion Island and is also known as Bourbon pepper. Pink pepper offers a pleasant enough flavor, almost sweet at first, then aromatic, spicy and hot.

Do not use undiluted on the skin.
Keep away from children & pets.
Store away from heat & light.

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