Chili pepper has been grown in the French Basque Country for centuries. Like on the Spanish side, where the farmers from Lodosa in Pays Vasco traditionally grow the piquillo or Pikilloko piper, the French Basque farmers remain faithful to their piper or gorria, the Capsicum annuuum var gorria. The taste of Piment d'Espelette takes you back to the taste of the past. Even without that knowledge you would go blind for this delicious pepper, with its unique aromas a must in every kitchen.
This mash is made from the bright red peppers of the Conchoinea Farm, a plot of about 4 hectares located in Aïnhoa, in the Basque Country. The puree is aromatic, slightly sweet and spicy. The sharpness comes from the pepper, with 4,000 SHU ..
This coarsely ground chili pepper - in its Basque Ezpeletako biperra - has been cultivated with care and love on the Ferme Conchoinea, a plot of approximately 4 hectares located in Aïnhoa in the French Basque Country.This mash is made from ..
Gelée de Piment d'Espelette is a sweet-spicy spread that tastes delicious with tapas and combines well with cheeses (cheese board). The gelée is made at the Ferme Conchoinea where our Piment d'Espelette also comes from. Recommended!This jel..
Poivronade au Piment d'Espelette is a traditional 'tapenade' of bell peppers (green, yellow and red) with a hint of Piment d'Espelette. Delicious on a toast, tortilla or meat product, and as a dip.This artisinal poivronade is made from bell..
This coarsely ground chili pepper - in its Basque Ezpeletako biperra - has been cultivated with care and love on the Ferme Conchoinea, a plot of approximately 4 hectares located in Aïnhoa in the French Basque Country.Both planting and harve..