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©2017 by PIMENT d'VILLE - Bucket Ranch, Boonville, CA

A Sweet, Spicy Basque Red Chile.
Sown, grown and harvested by locals

from the seeds of piment d'espelette.

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Amateur and professional chefs across the country have come to appreciate Piment d'Ville as their "go to" spice for a variety of dishes.  When you're running low and the time comes to order more why not share your love of Piment d'Ville by getting some for yourself and some extra for a friend?  To help you spread the love we've created special "two pack" pricing for you.  Of course, you're welcome to use this deal to stock up for yourself as well!

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RECIPES

Looking for some great ideas on how to use Piment d'Ville? 

We are pleased to provide you with some inspiration by sharing this little recipe book that contains a number of creative and wonderful uses for our (and your) favorite spice!

 

about

PIMENT d'VILLE

locally grown from seed and
hand harvested in boonville, ca
piment d'ville is the same variety
of pepper known as piment d'espelette

 

in french, piment d'espelette
translates to “pepper of espelette”
traditionally produced around the town of

espelette in the basque region of southern france

the spice has gradually replaced black pepper
in everyday basque cooking. we find ourselves

using piment d'ville on everything from popcorn
to simple roast chicken or in a red chile cream sauce
it also works well with chocolate or on a cocktail glass

 
“Spice is life.  make your food with love.” 

- Ignacio Flores -

our piment d'espelette

A SWEET, SPICY BASQUE RED CHILE

Piment d'Ville is grown from the seeds of espelette pepper, the same variety of pepper that is cultivated in the French commune of Espelette.   The climate and soil of our farm in Boonville, CA is similar to the terroir of Espelette, France, making it an ideal place to grow this magnificent pepper.

Our chef friends call Piment d'Ville "The Third Spice" and use it in their cooking as often as they use salt & pepper.  Try some yourself!  Piment d'Ville is sweet and spicy, warm not hot.

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