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Chaste tree berry, 50 g

Chaste tree berry, 50 g

The chaste-tree berry is originally from Morocco. Its subtle notes of sunflower, tea and lilac, will season your fish and grilled meat.

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The chaste-tree berry is the dried fruit of the chaste tree, a woody shrub. It is grown throughout East Mediterranean countries and in West Asia. In the Middle Ages it was called "monk's pepper", as it looked somewhat like a peppercorn and was said to reduce sexual desire. The Moroccan chaste-tree berry has slightly bitter and peppery aromas. It is traditionally used to season Moroccan tagines.

This monk's pepper will delight beef dishes, stuffed tomatoes and fish skewers.

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Shelf life 5 years
Ingredient Chasteberry
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Native country Maroc
Genus and botanical species Vitex agnus-castus

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