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  • Perified Mild
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  • Perified Mango Habanero
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  • Perified Braai Master Apron
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  • Perified Fitted
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Peri Peri?


Also sometimes known as Piri Piri or Pili Pili, the African Bird’s Eye is a small chile, growing to only about 1 inch, but they pack a lot of punch. They mature to red or purple, and have a tapered shape, with a blunt point. Historically found in the African wild, it has recently been grown commercially in some parts of Africa, often to be used as pepper extract. It is a close relative of the Tabasco pepper.

Hot Takes

Finally, got my share of Perified. Can’t get enough!

Urisha R.

Perified is super tasty with the right amount of spice. I live in a house with 11 people and we all love it; we've eaten it with breakfast, lunch and dinner sometimes. It's so delicious with eggs, sandwiches, and pastas. Highly recommended!

Chetna M.

Being a huge fan of spicy food I was surprised to have never heard of peri peri. This was a great introduction to a hot new flavor. Mango habanero is my absolute favorite, it is a perfect balance of sweet, tangy and spicy. It tastes amazing on everything, I am hooked! Can’t wait to visit South Africa!

Nancy K.

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