Comapeño Chile Powder
Introducing you to some hot stuff by Boonville Barn Collective, the only producer of Comapeño chiles in the U.S. With pepper ancestors hailing from the Veracruz Mountains in Mexico, this chile powder is carrying on the legacy of intensity with its hot heat and bright acidity. Scoville Heat Units (SHU): 50,000-100,000 (twice the heat of cayenne, on par with Thai chile pepper).
The glass jar and metal lid, once separated, are 100% curbside recyclable.
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About the Brand
Boonville Barn Collective
Boonville Barn Collective is a small farm producing hard-to-find chile powders in California.
It all started in 2012 when owner Krissy was a sous chef at The Boonville Hotel and used Piment d’Espelette on everything in the kitchen. It was expensive to import from France and in order to use more of it, growing it in Boonville seemed like a more accessible approach. Between acquiring pepper seeds, having land available to grow on, and an incredibly willing foreman interested in a challenge, the company started growing what they call Piment d’Ville, their California version of Piment d’Espelette.
What started as a way to produce a locally grown Basque chile powder evolved into a venture focused on building community and growing great spices that make food taste incredible.Shop Brand
How to use
Use like chiltepin or hot cayenne in Mexican beef stew or salsa. Store in a cool place out of the sun and heat to retain maximum flavor and freshness.