2.47 oz jar
Peppers grown in the La Vera region of Spain are dried slowly over oak logs for 12 - 15 days before grinding into paprika. The region produces three varieties of pimenton or paprika, sweet (dulce), hot (picante) and bittersweet (agridulce). We offer the bittersweet which I think is the most versatile. While you might sprinkle this on devilled eggs like your Momma, there are many more uses that bring out the unique chili taste and add a robust flavor boost to foods.
The obvious uses are sausage and goulash but you will bring a warm complexity to soups, spice rubs and stews. The bittersweet gives a mild heat balanced with a sweetness, that fills your mouth slowly and doesn't overwhelm. If you love the flavor of chili without too much heat try this paprika.