One of the oldest spices in human history, often called Japanese pepper or prickly ash. This sansho is the from the highly-prized Budo variety. It has a very distinct citrus/floral nose and numbing effect on the tongue. It pairs really well with grilled meats, BBQ eel, scallops, etc.
Ingredients: Japanese pepper (sansho)
Founded over 135 years ago in Wakayama Prefecture, Yamamoto Katsuonosuke works with local farmers to produce sansho that is amazingly fragrant and wonderfully cooling and numbing on the tongue.