This pepper, endemic to the protected region of Bonga in Ethiopia, grows in high altitude in humid forests. It has the appearance of a long, small, disheveled pepper.
Timiz pepper gives off a slightly balsamic aromatic power as well as a smoke smell because dried in a wood fire. Its flavor is warm, sweet, slightly pungent.
Break the cobs in half and leave to infuse in the sauces, or crush them in the mortar. To be combined with cranberry berries or mixed with 5 berries.