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Mulato Chilli

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Mulato is Dark and Mysterious with its complex flavours of dried cherry, coffee, tobacco, liquorice and raisin. 

Mulatos are cousins of Ancho and somewhere in the past they had a shared parent, but somewhere in the past a wonderful group of farmers started to cultivate the seed from pods that a deeper flavour and the Mulato was born

If you like deeper flavours and low heat Mulato is ideal, for me I love to use in dark meat sauces, dark fruity sauce with a touch of smokey flavour and slight backdrop of heat

Use in Stews in the Winter and BBQ Sauces in the Summer, all year round supply for all year use

Mulato is low in heat around 5000 SHU

The mulato pods are whole and include the seeds, however due to the drying process the seeds are sterilised and it is very doubtful a seed will germinate

Each pod weighs approx 4-6g

Grown in Mexico

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Packed in a Unit that handles Sesame Seeds, Mustard and Celery


Customer Reviews

4 reviews

  • 5

    Kind of Sweet

    Posted by Debs on 12th Aug 2022

    The Mulato has a kind of sweetness to it but not the sugary kind. The flavour is more subtle than that. Normally I would include it with other chillies in food that might be a bit too tomatoey without a bit of sweetness. FYI when I get to the bottom of my bags of chillies I empty the seeds into a little bottle to sprinkle into food or on salads. They last ages too, or would if I didn't eat them.

  • 5

    It's great

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Aug 2021

    It's great to be able not only to get the spices you want but the quality and taste that you don't get from the supermarket

  • 5

    Excellent product

    Posted by Steve Frost on 16th Aug 2021

    Excellent product and great price

  • 5


    Posted by Neil edwards on 19th Sep 2020

    Excellent choice. Previously ordered from you via Amazon. Will definitely be using you direct from now on, great choice of product. Thanks.

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