Assorted Capers

  • Mediterranean flower buds of the caper bush specially selected and packed in brine for a sharp, tangy flavor.
    Cento Capote Capers are tender and the perfect size for a great addition to garnish any fish recipe or salad.
    3oz.

  • Mediterranean-Fancy, large capers that have a sharp piquant flavor similar to mustard or black pepper.
    32oz.

  • These large capers have a sharp piquant flavor similar to mustard or black pepper.
    This flavor is developed by the vinegar and brine.
    16oz.

  • Agostino Recca Capers in salt preserves the freshness and flavor on the inside of the skin without permeating the fruit with saltiness.
    Salted capers should be washed of their salt, or soaked for an hour with two changes of water.
    2.3oz

  • Agostino Recca capers can be used straight out of the bottle.
    They add pizazz to a salad or your favorite fish dish.
    Net Weight 3.74oz

  • Mediterranean flower buds of the caper bush specially selected and packed in brine, Cento Caper Nonpareils are the smallest version of capers, more delicate in texture and flavor than regular capers.
    3oz

  • Nonpareilles capers are the smallest and most desirable variety of capers.
    To be considered a non-pareil, the caper cannot measure over seven millimeters.
    32oz.

  • salonika-small-capers-non-pareiles-16oz

    Salonika imports and distributes these tasty non-pareilles capers.
    Salonika small capers are preserved in simple ingredients using only water, salt and vinegar.
    16oz.

  • capers-in-salt-roland

    These capers are greenish-gray and are between seven and eight millimeters.,br> The salt is an important packing ingredient because it helps to bring out the natural tangy flavors of the caper.
    2.65oz.

  • wild-gourmet-caperberries-roland-brand

    They grow wild throughout the Mediterranean area, have a much milder taste than capers (due to a smaller amount of acid) and also have a slight lemon flavor.
    15.75 oz

  • wild-gourmet-caperberries-roland-brand-in-brine

    People are often confused as to the difference between capers and caperberries.
    Wild caperberries are the fruit of the caper bush (capparis spinosa) while capers are simply the immature buds.
    8.25oz.