Piparra de Ibarra
Piparra de Ibarra is a very mild chilli with a thin skin and a very soft texture.
It is a local Basque variety that is produced with great care, applying the most environmentally-friendly agricultural practices.
It is harvested selectively, at the perfect point of ripeness, to be preserved in low-acidity, low-salt white wine vinegar.
This delicious delicacy can be enjoyed along with different dishes and is also the base for a broad variety of appetizers, such as the famous Gilda, which has numerous preparations, although the most common one is a Piparra chilli, one or two stuffed olives, and a Basque Cantabrian Anchovy, all pierced with a single toothpick.