Mexican Chilli Pack


How to sum up Mexican food in one word – Awesome!

The flavours of this food has been painstakingly cultivated over many many generations of talented farmers and we get to enjoy their lifes work in one simple pack

Create Traditional Dishes or your own or infuse, however you use these wonderful flavours they will create a taste sensation you will miss without

In the Pack you will get

Chipotle Chilli

Where would mexican food be without smokey flavours

Authentic Pecan Smoked Chipotle for Authentic BBQ Flavour

Cascabel Chilli

Wonderful mexican chilli with its nutty flavour and deep dye

Low SHU at 2500

Requires a long soak as the skin is very tough

Also known as the rattle chilli for the sound the seeds make

Ancho Chilli

Probably the most widely sold chilli in Mexico and becoming a firm favourite in the EU and rest of the world

With its sweet pepper flavour and Mexican overtones of slightly wood smoke finish it compliments veg and meat dishes a like

Low Heat around 2500 SHU

Pasilla Chilli

Cultivating a plant requires taking the seed from a parent whole pod that has the flavour and heat you are after and repeating over and over again to strengthen the flavours

The Pasilla chilli is such a chilli, the sweetness has been grown into a raison flavour from a chilli

Sweetness a low chilli heat as you would expect from Mexican Chilli

Low Heat around 5000 SHU

Mulato Chilli

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

Looks just like an 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

Low Heat around 5000 SHU

Guajillo Chilli

Pronounced Gwah Hee Hah, it takes practice

Don’t let the name warn you off though, as with all Mexican Chilli the Guajillo has been cultivated by generations of master famers

Tannic and Spicy in flavour, goes great with all vegetables and meat dishes

Low Heat around 7500 SHU

De Arbol Chilli

Mexico is known for hot chilli, but most are mild in comparison to superhot chilli, the de arbol however is not a mild chilli

Cayenne in nature so similar to the Indian type but with Mexican heritage

Lovely consistent colour throughout the pod, adds a warming note to any food

Low Heat around 75000 SHU

Mexican Oregano

Oregano is Oregano – Wrong! Where you grow creates a different flavour

To stand up to the flavours of the chilli, the Mexican oregano is strong herby version

Wonderful strong flavours that will compliment any meal, if you like you flavours you will like oregano

Each Pack contains 1 Pack of each chilli and oregano

In a 20g pack you will get 4 packs of 20g, 50g 4 packs of 50g and so on