Black Kampot Pepper PGI
Our star anise is shaped like an eight-pointed star, each containing a brown and shiny oval seed. Used in cooking, it is also delicious as herbal tea.
Star anise is the dried fruit of Cambodian star anise tree, a tree originated from China, which can grow up to 8 meters. It is shaped like an eight-pointed star, each containing a brown and shiny oval seed. The star anise of Cambodia has a very aniseed and slightly peppery scent that is also reminiscent of liquorice.
Very decorative, the star anise is considered as the most beautiful spice. Part of Khmer curry and some soups, you can also let it steep in a compote, fruit salad or in a short broth.
In infusion, we appreciate it for its soothing effect on the respiratory tract, a perfect combination of pleasure and well-being!
Star anise contains linalool, a compound rich in antioxidants that is very beneficial for health (hormonal stimulant, flu, sore throat, respiratory diseases, digestion, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory). It can therefore be used in herbal tea to relieve stomach aches, facilitate digestion and treat cough and bronchitis.
Start by boiling water for your tea. When boiling, pour the water into your teapot.
Place in the teapot 1-2 whole star anise flowers per cup and let steep for 10 to 15 minutes. It is Always better to drink infusions without sugar and taste the product by itself. But, if you want it sweeter, add honey. Honey is also beneficial for dry, oily coughs.
You can also let it cool down and drink an iced star anise tea.
Once the package is open, we recommend that you keep the Star Anise in a closed jar, protected from light and moisture, so that it retains all its flavor.
Intense - Aniseed and slightly peppery notes, with a touch of liquorice