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Biova Chilis

Biova Chillies
Whether it is used on the barbecue, in risottos, Mexican tapas or other dishes, chilli gives every dish a fiery aroma. The Mayas and Aztecs already knew this, who added a pinch of the spice maker to their sacred drink Xocolatl in addition to cocoa and water. When Christopher Columbus discovered the New World in the belief that he was travelling to India, he brought chilli from his expeditions back home. Today, around 4,000 different varieties of chilli are known all over the world. But not all of them are as spicy as one might think. After all, chillies belong to the paprika family. In order to assess the fiery aroma of chilli, the pharmacologist of the same name developed the Scoville Scale. He gave a value of 0 to ordinary peppers without any noticeable pungency, whereas chillies are between 100 and 500 Scoville hot, depending on the variety. No comparison with the hottest variety Carolina Reaper, which is only tolerated in the lowest dose with a pungency of 2,200,000 Scoville.

Milder is the Piment d' Espelette variety from Biova, which comes from the Basque Country in France. The mild aroma refines sauces, pasta and rice dishes, meat and fish. The variety derived from the Chili Gloria has been cultivated in Europe for 400 years. Legend has it that the Basque navigator Gonzalo de Percartegu brought it back to his homeland from his voyages of discovery in the West. Among other varieties, we at Biova also have the Jalapeno Chili in organic quality, which is popular in Europe. As an integral part of Chili Con Carne, seasoning sauces for grilling and other fiery dishes, it is impossible to imagine Tex-Mex cuisine without it. Cayenne pepper is also strictly speaking a type of chilli. It consists exclusively of ground cayenne pods, which originally come from South America. Cayenne pepper from Biova comes from China and harmonises perfectly with stews, ground meat, soups and vegetarian options.

All our chili products are of first class quality. We only import tested goods that meet our high standards. Send us best of all immediately an inquiry.

 

Biova Chillies Whether it is used on the barbecue, in risottos, Mexican tapas or other dishes, chilli gives every dish a fiery aroma. The Mayas and Aztecs already knew this, who added a pinch of... read more »
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Biova Chilis

Biova Chillies
Whether it is used on the barbecue, in risottos, Mexican tapas or other dishes, chilli gives every dish a fiery aroma. The Mayas and Aztecs already knew this, who added a pinch of the spice maker to their sacred drink Xocolatl in addition to cocoa and water. When Christopher Columbus discovered the New World in the belief that he was travelling to India, he brought chilli from his expeditions back home. Today, around 4,000 different varieties of chilli are known all over the world. But not all of them are as spicy as one might think. After all, chillies belong to the paprika family. In order to assess the fiery aroma of chilli, the pharmacologist of the same name developed the Scoville Scale. He gave a value of 0 to ordinary peppers without any noticeable pungency, whereas chillies are between 100 and 500 Scoville hot, depending on the variety. No comparison with the hottest variety Carolina Reaper, which is only tolerated in the lowest dose with a pungency of 2,200,000 Scoville.

Milder is the Piment d' Espelette variety from Biova, which comes from the Basque Country in France. The mild aroma refines sauces, pasta and rice dishes, meat and fish. The variety derived from the Chili Gloria has been cultivated in Europe for 400 years. Legend has it that the Basque navigator Gonzalo de Percartegu brought it back to his homeland from his voyages of discovery in the West. Among other varieties, we at Biova also have the Jalapeno Chili in organic quality, which is popular in Europe. As an integral part of Chili Con Carne, seasoning sauces for grilling and other fiery dishes, it is impossible to imagine Tex-Mex cuisine without it. Cayenne pepper is also strictly speaking a type of chilli. It consists exclusively of ground cayenne pods, which originally come from South America. Cayenne pepper from Biova comes from China and harmonises perfectly with stews, ground meat, soups and vegetarian options.

All our chili products are of first class quality. We only import tested goods that meet our high standards. Send us best of all immediately an inquiry.

 

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