Sarawak white pepper is grown in the North of the island of Borneo, in the state of Sarawak, a territory largely covered in equatorial rainforest, which belongs to Eastern Malaysia. The white pepper comes from peppercorns harvested when fully ripe (red in colour). After harvesting, the peppercorns are submerged for a few hours, so that the pulp can be removed, thus allowing the kernels (the core of the peppercorns, beige in colour) to be kept and dried. This pepper offers plant notes with woody notes dominant. It pairs perfectly with white meats, fish and salads.