When any pepper is dried and smoked, it is referred to as a Chipotle. Usually with a wrinkled, drak brown appearance, the Chipotle delivers a smokey, sweet flavor which is generally used for adding a smokey, roasted flavor to salsas, stews and marinades.
If you want hot, this is the chile to choose. Native to the Carribean, Yucatan and Northern Coast of South America, the Habanero presents itself in a variety of colors ranging from light green to a bright red. The Habanero's bold heat, unique flavor and aroma has made it the favorite of chile lovers.
Tangy, ripe cayenne peppes flow together with garlic, onion, tomato paste and a hint of cane sugar to make this a smooth sauce with a bite. Wonderful on eggs, poultry, pork, or fish, this sauce blends to make rich marinades and soups.
One of the more unusual sauces we sell. The original was an old style Cajun sauce and this is it's updated blackening version. It's sweet but you get a great hit of cinnamon and cloves with a nice kick of cayenne heat. Use on all foods to give that Cajun flair!