The “Voatsiperifery” pepper, a local name given to the Madagascan wild pepper, is a variety of pepper that grows in the tropical forest in the South East of the island of Madagascar, on the foothills of the large plateaus. These vines are sometimes inaccessible and can grow up to twenty metres high, making harvesting very difficult. Preparing the wild pepper is difficult, it is an extremely rare product. Its fragrance evokes pepper but with unusual woody, resinous and earthy notes, as well as citrus, fruit and floral notes. It has a very fresh and lasting flavour. This wild pepper is less powerful than black or white pepper.