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Paradise Seed – 2 grams

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  • Brewer’s Best Paradise Seeds have an aroma of peppery zing, notes of citrus, and earthy pine
  • Also known as Aframomun Melegueta, Grains Of Paradise, Guinea grains, and Melegueta pepper
  • Native to West Africa and used to flavor food during the medieval times
  • Commonly used in Belgian Style Beers and Holiday Ales
  • Crush them before brewing and they are best when added at the end of the brewing cycle
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Brewer’s Best Paradise Seeds, also known as “Grains Of Paradise”, “Guinea grains”, and “Melegueta pepper”, have an aroma of peppery zing, notes of citrus, and earthy pine. The Aframomun Melegueta is native to West Africa and used to flavor food during the medieval times. This ingredient is commonly used in Belgian Style Beers and Holiday Ales. It is recommended to crush them before brewing and best added at the end of the brewing process to retain the aroma.

Specifications:

  • 2 Grams Pouch
  • Contains: Paradise Seed
  • Usage: Add pepper, citrus, and pine flavor to your home brew

Brewer’s Best Paradise Seeds, Aframomun Melegueta, also known as "Grains Of Paradise", "Guinea grains", and "Melegueta pepper", have an aroma of peppery zing, notes of citrus, and earthy pine.

Seeds of Paradise – Brewer’s Garden – 2 Grams

Paradise Seed is appreciated for its unique spicy-hot flavor with subtle notes of ginger.

Add 1 to 8 grams or about 1/4 teaspoons to 1 tablespoon of Paradise Seed to a 5 gallon batch of wort. The seeds should be crushed in a mortar and pestle, or between two other hard surfaces, before being added to the wort toward the end of the brewing process to retain Paradise Seed’s Aroma.

  • Belgian style beers
  • Holiday ales

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Paradise Seed is appreciated for its unique spicy-hot flavor with subtle notes of ginger. Use in Belgian style beers, Holiday ales