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Pimenton De La Vera

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Pimenton De La Vera

    • When Ferdinand and Isabella in the monastery of Guadalupe received Christopher Columbus at the completion of his second voyage to America, they were astonished when he presented them with peppers from the New World
    • The flavor of the peppers took their breath away, but that did not stop the monks from cultivating them and soon the peppers spread throughout Extremadura
    • But it was not until the 17th century that Pimentón de La Vera, the milled powder from these pepper, began its general inclusion in Spanish cuisine
  • Pimenton Dulce (Sweet Paprika) 70g

    This authentically-packaged 70g tin of Sweet Pimenton comes direct from the La Vera region of...
  • Pimenton Picante (Hot Paprika) 70g

    Coming from the La Vera region of Spain this would be a great addition to the larder.....