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Piment d’Espelette arrived from the New World 500 years ago, acclimated to south of France and now returns to the Americas. Its flavor is sweet with slightly bitter notes, and medium heat that builds and lingers. It has a toasty, hay fragrance with a note of fruit.
2.25 oz. Pierre Poivre is named after a noble French botanist who devoted his life to spice research. This masterful blend of 7 peppers, with notes of citrus and clove, adds depth and complexity to any savory dish.
2 oz. Rosemary, salt and black pepper are the base flavors for countless dishes. We use this excellent blend combined with bread crumbs to coat delicious baked pork chops and chicken. Earthy and satisfying.
1 oz. This blend is inspired by southern French cuisine, notably Provence with the scents of lavender, basil and fennel. It makes a great seasoning for meat and fish as well as dressing. Try adding a bit of this blends to your favorite short bread cookie dough!
2 oz. The combination of tea leaves with anise and lemon creates a sezty floral blend perfect for fish and seafood as well as duck and even desserts. Try sprinkling a bit of the blend into your mixed greens.
Piment d’Espelette is transformed into powder through a 2 week drying process in the fresh air, followed by drying in ovens for several hours. Its sophisticated flavor makes it an ideal complement to an enormous range of savory dishes,