Thursday, March 26, 2015

Kiva Hot And Sweet Smoked Spanish Paprika Powder Review


We imported our smoked paprika from the famous La Vera region of Spain. Following a century old recipe, hand-harvested peppers are smoked dried over holm oak for a minimum of 14 days . This gives our paprika its unique rich flavor.

Sweet Smoked Paprika: Deep, rich flavor with a slightly sweet undertone.
Hot Smoked Paprika Deep, rich, slightly spicy flavor

Our paprika is only made in small batches to ensure optimum aroma, color and flavor.

Suggested Use: Adds flavor and depth to rice, meat, seafood, stews, soups, eggs, vegetables, etc.

About Kiva: 
At Kiva, we strive to provide you with innovative food from around the world that is great tasting, healthy and of the highest quality. We are committed to using only ingredients that are sourced directly from local farmers that practice sustainable and eco-friendly methods.


We love to broil our meat and fish because it's super easy to do. When I received the Kiva Hot and Sweet Smoked Spanish Paprika, I looked forward to try it because this is actually the first time I had a Paprika powder at home.

I tried this on our broiled salmon and chicken. I mixed it with our Montreal Steak seasoning and sprinkled it on top of the salmon and chicken.

The Kiva Sweet Smoked Spanish Paprika gave the broiled salmon and chicken a smokey taste with a mild hint of spiciness and sweetness. It tasted great and I really liked it.

The Kiva Hot Smoked Spanish Paprika tasted a bit spicier with a smokey taste. I have a low tolerance to spiciness so coming from me, the Hot Smoked Spanish Paprika has the right spiciness for me. It does have a spicy kick at the end but not enough for me to not like it. :)

I like how these 2 seasoning tasted and I like how easy they are to use.

You can purchase the Kiva Hot and Sweet Smoked Paprika HERE.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising." 

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