The love of chilies
Chilies black tin
Hand-picked and hand-cut pequin chilies from the island of Lanzarote.
9g freeze-dried chilies
€16.00 including VAT and shipping (only for Europe)
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Refill pack (x2)
Guess what? Our chilies again, also picked and processed with love.
2 x 10g freeze-dried chilies, silver pack
€14.00 including VAT and shipping (only for Europe)
Our Terms and Conditions apply.
We started The Love of Chilies because we love fresh chilies and wanted to find a way to preserve not just their spice, but also their flavor. We were frustrated by the dried chilies available out there.
It took two years to find the right chilies and the best process.
Our chilies are grown on the Finca la Sarantontona, a farm on the Spanish Canary Island of Lanzarote. The Finca is run by a family dedicated to fair trade and organic farming. Conditions on the windy and dry volcanic island are harsh, creating intense flavors in whatever manages to grow there.
Freeze dried for perfection
Our chilies are a Pequin variety, known to be very hot. It is impossible to pick them with machines.
Thanks to the food scientists at the Technical University in Berlin, we tested many different preservation techniques. The best results, by far, were achieved through freeze-drying, which maintains the unique flavor of our chilies.
As soon as fruits are cut they react with oxygen. For that reason, all of our chilies are hand cut in the processing area and immediately freeze dried.
Josefina & Anna
Today, we are pleased to announce the arrival of our new harvest at The Love of Chilies. This means that lots of new, fiery, red-hot, freeze-dried chilies are now available in our store. A few days ago, the Chinese Lunar Year festivities ended, which heralded the new Year of the Monkey. But 2016 is not [...]
Josefina Petrus and
Anna Yukiko Bickenbach
We love chilies; both of us from childhood. Our backgrounds could not have been more different. Josefina accompanied her parents on trips to India. Anna grew up on three continents, including on the island of Okinawa, where chilies are soaked in sake.
Both of us have had the opportunity to do many fantastic things. Josefina has produced films, coached basketball, worked for the charity platform Betterplace.org and served as a Board Member of a British school. Anna plays serious volleyball and co-founded the ecological platform Ecotastic.
We don’t like to compromise… if it is possible to have the best quality, why do for less. And we casually relish chilies like others do candy.
For press information and downloadable pictures please visit our press area.
The Love of Chilies UG
Managing Directors: Josefina Petrus
and Anna Yukiko Bickenbach
Lietzenburger Strasse 53
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