The pepper in all its forms
History and Botany
The cultivation of peppers
The Scoville Scale
Everything you need to know about peppers in videos.
Ancho chilli pepper
The Ancho pepper is a mild and flavorful chili with fruity notes of licorice. It is ideal for sauces and slow-cooked dishes. It adds a touch of originality to vegetable purees, homemade gazpacho, or grilled meat. Scoville scale: 4 (mild).
Chipotle chilli pepper
The Chipotle pepper is a green chili pepper originating from Mexico. It is a favorite pepper among both Americans and Mexicans. Its powerful and fresh flavors enhance even the simplest dishes. This Mexican pepper ranks at 5/10 (hot) on the Scoville scale.
Ring of fire chilli pepper
After harvest, these delicate angel hair-like strands are used to decorate and enhance your plates, salads, and verrines. Scoville scale: 5/10 (hot).
Aleppo chili pepper flakes
Alep pepper develops fruity and sweet aromas. Its spiciness is pronounced yet moderate, making it easy to use in cooking. Aleppo pepper pairs perfectly with oriental recipes, ratatouilles, fish, and white meats. Scoville scale: 6/10 (hot).
Pequin chilli pepper
Pequin pepper is native to Mexico. Small and round, this pepper belongs to the "ornamental peppers" or "bird peppers" category. It is very hot and has subtle and fruity notes. Pequin pepper will be the perfect partner for your chili con carne and grilled meats.