In Swahili it means “pepper pepper”—and there’s a reason they say it twice! But it’s not only hot—it’s savory, herby, garlicky, pungent, and rich with flavor. Its use among a diverse set of cultures—Angolan, East African, Portuguese, and Brazilian— points to an indelible history of trade and turmoil. Our version is a salute to resilience, longevity, and spirit.
Made with Bird's Eye chile, smoked paprika, lemon zest, garlic, oregano, and parsley, finely ground.