Flavor and Aroma: chili flakes that have citrus and sun-dried tomato notes and a mild pleasant heat. they are robust with fruitiness and earthy cumin and cayenne undertones with just a touch of salt. Heat Building so be careful using

Uses: All Purpose Chili, Pairs well with Meat and Tomato based foods, Aioli, Anything destined for the Grill, Guacamole, 

Pairings: Cumin, Oregano, Seasame

Heat: Mild


Flavor and Aroma: Complex notes of Plum and Raisin with Mild Heat. Sweet Fruity Flavor. Dried ancho peppers are very wrinkly dark color, but after soaking the color is a dark mahogany

Uses: BBQ Sauces and Chili, Mole Sauce, With paprika to bring paprika to life, Authentic Mexican, Adobo marinade

Pairings: Cumin, Garlic, Paprika

Heat: Mild


Flavor and Aroma: This chili brings it and is used in Thai and Vietnamese cuisine but you can utilize their heat and fruity flavors in any of your dishes.

Uses: Marinades or sauces that are to be accompanied by fish or chicken. Another great application of this chili’s heat is use in soups, pasta, or sauces while cooking then remove at end to leave behind a trace of their flavor. Thai Dipping Sauce

Pairings: Ginger, Garlic, Cumin and Cilantro

Heat Warning:  High Heat-Bird’s eye chilies are very hot. On the Scoville scale, they rate between 100,000 and 225,000 Scoville units.