How exciting the combination of pepper and sweet desserts can be, you can read not only in one of our articles, but also easily see for yourself on your own taste buds. But what about trying a combination of unusual pepper from Kampot with a traditional product in the form of homemade honey?
Both pepper and honey have beneficial effects on human health
The precious treasure from the beehives, like pepper, aids in digestive disorders, heals mucous membranes, stimulates bowel function and helps to soothe. It has beneficial effects on calming the mind and also acts as an antibacterial and as a quick disinfectant.
In short, it has many similar effects to pepper. However, both are good to use at times when you feel something, as the popular saying goes, creeping up on you. Just take honey, add (preferably) red pepper from Kampot and then flavour your tea or milk with this goodness.
The resulting mixture can also be used in the kitchen
A steak marinated in a sauce with added pepper honey gets an unprecedented taste, and the same goes for a salad, for which you can make a tasty dressing from the golden treasure with crushed peppercorns. However, bear in mind that a quality pepper such as ours from the Kampot area needs to be combined with quality honey.
Don't look for good pepper or good honey in the supermarket. Just as we seek out the best peppercorns for you directly from Kampot farmers, take the trouble to find a local honey producer and source your honey directly from them. The quality of their honey will most likely be far superior to the honey available in a regular store. In addition, you will be supporting the local economy and the person who produces honey with pure love, often without the prospect of large profits.