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Rocoto Chillies

 

Rocoto chillies come from the Andes of South America (they grow at altitudes up to 3,000 metres) and were already cultivated there by the Incas thousands of years ago. They belong to the chilli species Capsicum pubescens ("tree chilli"). Rocotos contain a different mixture of different capsaicinoids than most other chilli species  (dihydrocapsaicin and nordihydrocapsaicin). This is why they are often experienced as hotter. They have an exceptionally fruity aroma.

Rocoto chillies come from the Andes of South America (they grow at altitudes up to 3,000 metres) and were already cultivated there by the Incas thousands of years ago. They belong to the chilli... read more »
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Rocoto Chillies

Rocoto chillies come from the Andes of South America (they grow at altitudes up to 3,000 metres) and were already cultivated there by the Incas thousands of years ago. They belong to the chilli species Capsicum pubescens ("tree chilli"). Rocotos contain a different mixture of different capsaicinoids than most other chilli species  (dihydrocapsaicin and nordihydrocapsaicin). This is why they are often experienced as hotter. They have an exceptionally fruity aroma.

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Rocoto Chili Powder
The "Gringo Killer". Rocotos have a haunting heat and an extraordinary, juicy-fruity aroma with notes of apples. In South America Rocotos are called "Gringo Killers" because they have a different mix of Capasaicinoides than e.g....
Content 50 Gramm (€7.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€3.99 *
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Rocoto Chillies Whole Dried
The "Gringo Killer". Rocotos have a haunting heat and an extraordinary, juicy-fruity aroma with notes of apples. In South America Rocotos are called "Gringo Killers" because they have a different mix of Capasaicinoides than e.g....
Content 25 Gramm (€15.96 * / 100 Gramm)
€3.99 *
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Rocoto Chili Flakes
The "Gringo Killer". Rocotos have a haunting heat and an extraordinary, juicy-fruity aroma with notes of apples. In South America Rocotos are called "Gringo Killers" because they have a different mix of Capasaicinoides than e.g....
Content 50 Gramm (€7.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€3.99 *
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