WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
A blend of Trinidad Scorpion Peppers, pimento peppers and herbs, pickled in vinegar. The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion pepper was voted the world's hottest pepper in 2012, and is currently ranked at number 2. Can be used as a condiment for any dish, much like ketchup…if you can handle the heat! It’s extremely hot so use sparingly for the hot sauce amateur.
Trinbagonian Chinese preserved snacks. From the Chinese heritage of Trinidad & Tobago, it is a method of preserving fruit by drying the fruit then adding spices, salt, pepper and food coloring. Some commonly preserved fruit include mangoes, plums, cherries, pommecythere (golden apple) and prunes.
Salted fried chickpeas spiced with pepper. It was a popular movie theater snack in Trinidad & Tobago back in the 1950s and 60s and still a favorite today.
A popular Trinbago snack. The pulp from the tamarind fruit combined with sugar and spices and rolled into balls.
Our goal is to bring a little piece of home to our customers. Essentially what we are really offering is a way for those in the diaspora to stay connected to culture. We are bringing that taste of home to your doorstep, through food and in extension the memories and feelings that these foods evoke.