- Known as King of Spice, East Luwu Pepper is one of Indonesia specialty spices, sharp and spicy
- Indonesia’s East Luwu Pepper has a specific spicy flavour: 2.56% – 3.48% piperine content in white pepper and 1.91% – 2.89% in black pepper.
- A sharp aroma of East Luwu Pepper is due its essential oils contained in white pepper 1% – 1.92% and black pepper (2.2 – 2.89%).
- Black pepper contains piperine, a compound which has been shown to increase the bioavailability of curcumin — a key anti-inflammatory compound in turmeric.
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