Chinese pepper


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Related to Chinese pepper: Szechuan peppercorn
the spicy berries of the Xanthoxylum piperitum, a species of prickly ash found in China and Japan.

See also: Pepper

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The range includes Arabian Wood, capturing the mystique of Arabia, Bois Marocain which features the rich essence from the root of the Moroccan Thuya tree, Oud Wood, an exotic rose wood and cardamom, blended with exuberant Chinese pepper and Noir de Noir, a dark Oriental scent.
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I recall the Chinese pepper steak page adorning the counter on many a night.
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