You can enjoy the roasting of chile experience on your own,
or for and additional fee, we'll roast it and ship with gel
packs or dry ice to keep chilled for you. This process will take more
time. This is for the NON traditionalist who doesn't want
to enjoy that wonderful aroma of roasting their very own
CHILE. Of course FRESH that is non processed needs to be
roasted, peeled and consumed, or Frozen within just a few
days time. Non processed is the method we will ship
unless otherwise instructed.
Processed means that we do the roasting and ship with gel
packs, or dry ice to keep it refrigerator temperature. We
will charge that portion using the card you ordered with on
the day of shipment. If you choose to have your order
processed you must mention it in the comments section when
ordering. Orders may not be processed for up to 5
depending on volume. Please use the "Comments Section" of
the check out form to indicate preferred heat, or a desired
shipping deadlines, etc. Also, when filling out the check
out form, something, any thing (n/a for instance) must be
entered in the company field.
We are not
responsible for shipping company errors, accidents, or
delays. If it's our responsibility such as shipping the
wrong item, we will be responsible for replacement, but if
it's lost by USPS, Fed Ex, or UPS, we do not accept the
liability. Yes, we will work with you to exact what ever
claim you make, but we are not accepting responsibility for
orders are subject to availability.
The fresh chile season
typically begins late Aug., or early Sept. and lasts until
mid Oct. Order below.
we fill orders on a
first come first served basis. Ordering now will insure that you will get your fresh
chili/chile fix in
2013. Also keep in mind that harvesting of
the world's greatest tasting chile is not under our control, but
God's. We can only ship when he's done his work... we make no
claims on when the harvest begins, or ends. We promise only to
do our best to get you your order asap!
You don't want to miss out on fresh chile
this 2013 season do you?