Kerala’s black pepper powder is grown in the Southern part of the Western Ghats which melts into the Idukki district. The rich and fertile hilly soil delivers pepper that is spicy and has a tangent smell.
Black pepper or Kali Mirch apparently was used as currency in ancient Greece. This seemingly small black spice is power-packed with nutrients to improve your health. These include manganese, potassium, iron, dietary fiber, and vitamins C and K can be found in black pepper. It is also a medicinal spice that is attributed to its antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.