Guinea pepper, also known as alligator pepper, Melegueta pepper or grains of paradise.
This pepper is actually the real odd one out, as it is called pepper because of its pungent, peppery and citrus flavors, but it actually belongs to the ginger family.
It is a popular spice in West African and North African cuisine, but America and Europe are also beginning to rediscover it. It is preferred for flavouring alcoholic beverages such as gin and craft beers, but it can also used for marinating meats.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight.