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Pili Pili
Bird’s Eye chili pepper (piri piri) from Malawi, 20 g

Torrid, this is how the Scoville scale defines the strength of the Bird’s Eye Chili Pepper, also called Piri Piri. Produced in Malawi, it will enhance your meats or your casseroles.

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All of the power of the chili pepper

Lovers of spicy cuisine, the Bird’s Eye Chili Pepper or Piri Piri is one of the strongest chili peppers that exist. Often consumed in France, it will perfectly enhance your culinary creations, such as chili con carne, pizza or marinades. Classified on the Scoville scale, which defines the strength of chili peppers, as 8 or torrid (the scale goes up to 10 for an explosive chili pepper), the Bird’s Eye Chili Pepper, when dried, can be ground in the Peugeot Ouessant or Oleron mill, which has a mechanism designed specifically for grinding these spices.

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5 /5

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Stacy C.   published 12/18/2022 following an order made on 11/08/2022


Product received was as expected.

Deborah M.   published 03/24/2022 following an order made on 02/21/2022


Just the right amount of heat for pasta, salad, and veggies !

Anonymous customer   published 06/21/2020 following an order made on 06/09/2020


Great flavor!

Anonymous customer   published 05/12/2020 following an order made on 04/16/2020


The Pili Pili is so delicious. We have been a fan of this pepper for a long time. I’ve just started to learn how to use it in dishes and it’s very spicy, I love it.