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Timur Berry grows in the wild in the Mahabharat range, in Nepal. It belongs to the Zanthoxylum armatum botanical species. This endemic berry grows at altitudes of between 1,500m and 2,000m in Nepal. In Nepal, it is traditionally used in chutneys (tomatoes, hot chilies and fresh Timur). The Timur Berry, also called the “grapefruit pepper”, releases fresh acidy notes. It is also called “Timut pepper” although it's not a Piper and the Nepalese call it “Timur”.