Delightful combination of lemon balm, lemon and mint over very peppery, spicy notes.
Harvested in July and August, Kaneichi sansho grape berries (sometimes called lemon pepper) are recognised by their inimitable fruity taste, a delightful combination of lemon balm, lemon and mint over very peppery, spicy notes.
Sansho has been used as a natural preservative for meat and fish since antiquity, preventing unpleasant smells and deterioration and afterwards to stimulate appetite. Its elegant fragrance and special spicy taste has made it an essential condiment, spice for Japanese cuisine today.
Don't wait any longer, taste it with closed eyes – delight your tastebuds! – meat or fish tartare, mayonnaise, grilled fish or why not chocolate dessert... seasoned with a spicy and colourful touch of sansho berries. A UNIQUE experience!