About: Tien Tsin Peppe is a premium spice named after the province in China in which they are harvested. Pronounced "tea-in sin". Tein Tsin Pepper is prevalent in Asian cuisine, particularly Szechuan and Hunan cooking. Tein Tsin Pepper might be small but they pack a surprisingly spicy punch making it perfect to infuse oils, vodkas or other spirits.
Taste and Aroma:Musty, hot, fruity flavor with a spicy aroma.
Uses: Szechuan, Hunan, infusions & Asian cuisine.
Ingredients: Tien Tsin Pepper.
Net Wt: 8 oz (228g) |$1.16/ oz
16 oz (454g) | $1.03/ oz
*Scoville Heat Units (SHU) is the universal measurement of heat or pungency of a chile pepper. (example: Bell Pepper SHU: 0; Ghost Chile Pepper SHU: 1,000,000)