SALSA COBAN (HOT)

$5.99

In the highlands of central Guatemala, the city of Cobán has made a name for itself cultivating cardamom and coffee. But Cobán has a hot secret: Ever since the Maya era—as far as back as 250 A.D.—locals have grown a regional pepper now known as chile Cobanero.

PS: This specific ingredient is brought over to the states by the salsa maker herself, who travels down twice a year to bring bags full while saying hi to her family in her native land. Your purchase goes long ways!

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In the highlands of central Guatemala, the city of Cobán has made a name for itself cultivating cardamom and coffee. But Cobán has a hot secret: Ever since the Maya era—as far as back as 250 A.D.—locals have grown a regional pepper now known as chile Cobanero.

PS: This specific ingredient is brought over to the states by the salsa maker herself, who travels down twice a year to bring bags full while saying hi to her family in her native land. Your purchase goes long ways!