The origin of Shunzi is a closely and fiercely guarded secret. The spirit of Shunzi however is largely evident in the photos below. From the range of infantile pepper plants to the heights of a Colorado 14er, it is evident that Shunzi embodies the full range of life. Freedom loving as Paul Revere in Boston, tranquil as a fall morning in the Smoky Mountains, as raucous as shooting Class IV rapids on the Ocoee, or as passive as a high mountain glacial lake, Shunzi has many moods. Shunzi is rooted in things larger than life; things like Hoover Dam, the Gulf Coast, and the United States Marine Corps. Shunzi is even found beyond the pinings of the fabulous Brakebill Boys; Marshall and Merritt. So whatever your passion in life is, make it true and spice it up with Shunzi. While Shunzi has expeditious desires, the root of Shunzi's existence has been and will continue to be Alice West.
The History of Shunzi
The pepper contained in this product originally came from my grandmother, Alice West. She grew them in her southeast Mississippi garden and harvested them primarily for seasoning.