Pink peppercorns are a long forgotten ingredient which were originally rediscovered in Réunion Island in the 20th century, where they are grown in the wild. Originally from South America, this peppercorn owes its success to its slightly sweet taste and bright colour. It is a great ingredient to liven up dishes and sauces. Also known as pink pepper, when crushed, these peppercorns release floral notes. Their fruity aroma traditionally goes well with fish, but they can also be added to soups and sorbets. Wonderful partner to fish, salads, and exotic fruits.