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Chiles

Aji Amarillo
6.00 $US

The most popular chile in Peruvian cuisine. Mild with an unusually fruity flavor.

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Aji Cacho de Cabra
8.00 $US

A unique pepper: fruity, smoky, and plenty hot. Grown in Chile.

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Aji limo flakes
12.00 $US

Aji Limo has a fruity flavor reminiscent of habanero, with citrus notes.

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Aji Panca
8.00 $US

This brown Peruvian chile is fruity and mildly hot. Perfect for fish dishes or salsas.


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Aleppo Pepper
6.75 $US

The most famous Middle Eastern chile, and for good reason! Mild but pointed, fruity and subtle. Use like paprika, at the start or end of cooking.

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Ancho Negro Chile
5.25 $US

This is the most popular chile in Mexico. Black ancho chiles are quite mild and have overtones of dried fruit, coffee and tobacco. 

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Ancho Rojo Chile
5.25 $US

A mild and earthy chile with notes of dried prunes, chocolate and licorice. Perfect for salsas, moles and adobos

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Arbol Chile
5.25 $US

Much like the cayenne, this Mexican chile has little flavor and is quite hot. The perfect chile to add heat to a dish without altering its flavor.

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Bhut Jolokia Pepper
8.50 $US

One of the hottest dry chiles in the world, not to mention one of the tastiest. Also called ghost chile, this chile “stings like a wasp”.

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Bhut Jolokia Pepper flakes
12.50 $US

One of the hottest dry chile in the world, not to mention one of the tastiest.  Ground in our facilities.

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Cascabel Chile
5.25 $US

Also known as ‘chile bola,’ cascabel is an interesting chile with a bit of a bite. Requires no rehydration, just grind whole to a coarse powder.

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Catarina Chile
8.00 $US

A lovely medium-hot chile with a good flavor and notes of fruit and tobacco.  Perfect for salsas, soups and quesadillas. 

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