Our Sichuan peppercorns locally know as Timur in Sikkim, has a unique aroma and flavor that is neither hot like chilli peppers nor pungent like black pepper but has slight lemony overtones and creates a tingly numbness in the mouth. It is organically grown in Himalayan region especially in Sikkim.
Whole Sichuan peppercorns (Timmur)
How to use?
Grind it before use and can be used as condiment in meat or curries
What does the pattern on your packaging represent?
-The symbols on our packaging represent that state symbols of the 8 states of North East India.
How do I consume the product?
-Please refer to the How to Use section above!
Can I get bulk discounts?
-Please reach our customer care officer for bulk inquiries.
Where do you source your products from?
-All our products are sourced from local manufacturers from the origin state where the product and its ingredients belong to.
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|Content||Our Sichuan peppercorns locally know as Timur in Sikkim, has a unique aroma and flavor that is neither hot like chilli peppers nor pungent like black pepper but has slight lemony overtones and creates a tingly numbness in the mouth. It is organically grown in Himalayan region especially in Sikkim.||Sikkim Orange marmalade is a variation of the traditional orange marmalade that uses oranges grown in the state of Sikkim , which is located in northeastern India . Sikkim Orange marmalade is a popular product in Sikkim and other parts of India . Sikkim oranges are known for their intense flavor and aroma , which makes them ideal for making marmalade. it is often enjoyed as a breakfast spread , but it can also be used in baking or as a condiment to accompany savory dishes.||1. Black Rice 500g
2. Hot Sauce 60ml
3. King Chilli Pickle 200g
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2. Meghalaya Smoky Black Tea 100g
3. Assam Orthodox Tea 250g
||🍃Organic Certified Tea Estate
📍Single Origin - Temi Tea Estate, Sikkim
🫀High in Antioxidants
The Orthodox Special Temi Tea is the blend of the spring, monsoon and autumn flush of the Temi Tea Estate. This tea is affordable yet premium, perfect for your everyday use at home.
Temi was established in 1969 by the Chogyal of Sikkim, he converted 440 acres of land into a sprawling tea plantation. Ravangla was the initial choice for the plantation but it was later shifted to Temi for weather feasibility, he gave this exquisite stretch on gentle slopes on loamy soil. Just perfect to grow tea.
Today the Temi Estate brings to you a range of exclusive teas like the premier first flush, other flushes of orthodox, oolong, green and white tea. Certified as an Organic Tea Estate in 2008, it has won laurels from all around the world. The teas of Temi are known to be one of the finest teas in the world today. The distinctive landscape of Temi Tea Estate gives each cup a character that is wholly unmatched. Spread across the elevations ranging from 1400 to 2000 metres above sea level, each season at the Temi Tea Estate moulds every flush differently. From the earliest tea to now, Temi has proudly retained its legacy, character and aroma.
From the Chogyal of Sikkim it is now run by the government and doing everything possible to preserve this heritage and take it forward. The government packs it under the brand “Temi” and sells it across the state of Sikkim. We at NE Origins support the endeavour and help them find national and international market for this amazing “taste of distant saga” teas.
Heat Level (🌶️) - 6/10 Medium Spicy
Emerging from the foothills of the Himalayas, Dalle Khursani also known as Fireball Cherry Pepper is one of the hottest chillies in the world! A traditional recipe of Dalle Chilli paste is a staple in every household in the north east. This hot and spicy chilli also serves as a perfect condiment for comforting meals at home.
|Weight||0.260 kg||1000 kg||0.999 kg||0.598 kg||0.465 kg||0.990 kg|
|Dimensions||17 × 9.6 × 17 cm||12 × 15 × 10 cm||12 × 15 × 10 cm||12 × 10 × 12 cm||8 × 4.5 × 9 cm||12 × 15 × 10 cm|