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Its name comes from "voa" which means fruit in Malagasy and "tsiperifery" which is the name of the plant.

It's a very rare pepper which is harvested by hand by the local Malgash villagers from June to August. Voatsiperifery pepper grows in the wild in the tropical forests of South-East Madagascar. It is picked from creepers which grow as high as 30m.

Voatsiperifery pepper is also known as “wild pepper”. It is part of the Piper borbonense botanical species. This rare Madagascan pepper is spicier and fuller flavoured than Piper nigrum.