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    Native Pepperberries grow in the wet forests of southern NSW, South East Australia and Tasmania.
    The berries have a spicy berry aromatic flavour. You can add them to a mill and grind them or add them to a spice blend.
    Only the female plant has the berries and you can use the leaf as an alternative to pepper when its ground as a spice.

    • Use like chilli when adding to dishes
    • A little goes a long way in terms of strength of flavour
    • Add to marinades, spice mixes, sauces, stir frys, home made oils and pickling


    Tasmanian Mountain pepperberries and the leaf can be used to replace common pepper and chilli.

    • The Mountain pepper leaf contains strong antioxidants, vitamin E, lutein and iron and is a rich source of zinc, magnesium, calcium.
    • Tasmanian Mountain Pepper leaf and berries have a very strong anticrobial activity against common food born human pathogens, bacteria, yeasts and moulds.
    • Mountain Pepperleaf contains Polygodial (an aromatic compound), which gives the fragrant spicy hot flavour profile and rainforest aroma.


    Organically grown milled Pepperberries.