Smoky Piment d’Ville Chile Powder

Boonville Barn Collective Smoky Piment d’Ville Chile Powder

Smoky Piment d’Ville Chile Powder

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Made from late harvest Espellete chile peppers that are lightly smoked as they dry, this Smoky Piment d’Ville chile powder adds sweet and smoky heat to any dish.
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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

With its sweet and smoky flavor profile, this jar of hand-harvested chiles is the perfect complement to grilled dishes and homemade chilis. Made from late harvest Espelette chile peppers, every dusting and spoonful of the Smoky Piment d’Ville holds handcrafted excellence from Boonville Barn Collective’s small-farm-to-jar operation. Scoville Heat Units (SHU): 9,000-10,000 (similar to a chipotle chile, but milder than cayenne).

Boonville Barn Collective is founded on transparency, growing, harvesting, and producing their chile powders on their own small farm in California.

The glass jar and metal lid, once separated, are 100% curbside recyclable.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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Farm-to-jar spices that raise the bar

Have you looked into where your spices come from, how they were grown, or how old they might be? Boonville Barn Collective is a small farm in Boonville, CA producing hard-to-find chile powders with full transparency. Their spices don’t contain any additives like salt, oils, rice flour, or anti-caking agents. And they include the harvest date of their spices so you know how fresh they are. To ensure the best seed stock and traits for their chile peppers, they save seeds each year. From planting their chiles in their greenhouse and moving them into the soil, to harvesting chiles by hand and packaging them, everything comes full circle on their vertically integrated farm.