Smoked Black Peppercorns, Whole, Mr. Siew’s Malaysian

Smoked Black Peppercorns, Whole, Mr. Siew’s Malaysian

Do you love bbq food? Do you love spicy food? Do you love bacon? Are you nodding like a bobble-head? If yes, then our Malaysian Smoked Black Whole Peppercorns are for you.

I realize that there’s a good chance you know Reluctant Trading for our signature Tellicherry peppercorns from Kerala, India.

Over the years, I’ve been searching the globe to add worthy pepper companions. I’m happy to say that I’ve struck pepper gold again.

Recently, I came across a small farmer named Mr. Siew from Sarawak, Malaysia who is doing revolutionary things with peppercorns. And that’s saying something for a spice that’s been around for thousands of years.

Traditionally, fresh pepper berries are dried in the sun for several days until they turn black and hard. But Mr. Siew is a pepper pioneer (pepperneer?). He has come up with new ways to achieve exceptional flavor and texture.

Within 24 hours of harvest, Mr. Siew dries his pepper berries in pressure cookers at intense temperatures. As a result, his peppercorns retain heat (these are hotter than our Tellicherry), beautiful aroma and a pleasing dry and crackly texture.

For his Redwood Smoked Peppercorns, Mr. Siew adds an additional step. He slowly smokes the peppercorns with local mango redwood. Mr. Siew’s pepper is infused with a big, beautiful, sweet and smoky aroma that will trick your inner Homer Simpson into thinking BACON! (Even though there is no actual bacon involved.)

Look, I’m not just blowing smoke here. That’s Mr. Siew’s job. And he’s darn good at it.

Grind our Smoked Malaysian Peppercorns on meats, potatoes, eggs and anywhere you want to bring the BBQ inside.

Also be sure to check out Mr. Siew’s unsmoked peppercorn version, his Lightly Salted Malaysian Peppercorns.

How are these different than our Tellicherry Peppercorns?

  • Hotter than our Tellicherry
  • More dry and crackly than our Tellicherry
  • This variety is smoked and has a big, smoky, bbq aroma
  • Similar fragrance to Tellicherry
  • Smaller size peppercorns than our Tellicherry
  • World famous multi-Michelin Star chef Alain Ducasse loves Malaysian Peppercorns from Sarawak
Shipping

We normally ship within 1-2 business days after receiving your order.

Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays are not business days for us. We need some rest too. ;-D

We put together a Shipping FAQs page if you’d like more details on what to expect.

Due to the pandemic, FedEx is no longer guaranteeing Overnight and 2 Day services, though they should arrive more quickly than other options. Remember, these items too require processing time, but we will ship these out first each day.

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D.J.
Smoked Black Peppercorns

Love the smoked black peppercorns! Also have your Tellicherry Black Whole Peppercorns, Divakar's No. 004, Restaurant Variety. Getting ready to reorder these. Each in there own pepper mill. Friends love having a chose!

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V.C.
Beautifully aromatic

Perfect smokey enhancement, just a few grinds give a delicious flavor.

K
K.N.
Peppercorns are the best

Just love the smoked peppercorns! Don’t ever want to be without them!

T
T.
Smokin' pepper!

I could not wait to try Mr. Siews smoked pepper when I found it on your site while reordering your #4, and it is phenomenal. Wherever I want to add a little smoked flavor to any dish without firing up the smoker, this pepper does the job for me. (Besides, smoking eggs can be difficult;) My first thought was "why has it taken this long to try this?" I mean what a smart step to take for my favorite of spices, pepper. What protein doesnt taste better smoked? Am I right? Congrats on the find, and my taste buds thank you as well!

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s.f.
Fresh and fragrant

I love this company. Everything they offer has been lovingly selected or combined into gifts from an artist. The pepper medley and smoked pepper, the beautiful Lil Cranky grinder, which I just received two more to keep one to free-grind my whole spices and one for smoked pepper, one for the medley ( the secret is all-spice in the medley.. it sings!) I read about The Reluctant Trader in my favorite cookbook, in which the author offers his suggestions for a home larder. I had to try all the spices and peppers, and I am never going back to stale, weak supermarket spices again.