Muchos gracias for making me aware of these peppers.... they are heavenly. I did an oil batch with half a jar of the Tutto Long Chili, and thought it was quite good. As it turns out though, I've found I prefer the straight peppers on pizza/pasta/sandwiches, usually cut into third and letting the oil and seeds drip on there... fab stuff.
Found a "re-up" locally here in Milwaukee. Since their remodel Glorioso's on the east side has a much expanded grocery section, and I was impressed that they had 3 varieties to choose from. I took a pic of them, as seen below. Fwiw, Groppi's in Bayview does not have Calabrians or most other specialty Italian items, they also did an expansion, but the expansion was more geared toward the new wine bar and much larger butcher.
Since Glorioso's didn't have Tutto Long Chili brand, I went with the Bomba di Calabria chopped pepper spread. I must say, the Tutto brand has them beat. The Bomba spread wasn't as salty or smoky IMO. In addition, after just 2 weeks in a cabinet after opening the jar, a white substance formed in the spread, I have since stored it in the refrigerator.
Despite the local hookup I will definitely be re-ordering Tutto Long Chilis from now on. I'm not feeling advernturous enough to try those other 2 brands of large round peppers. Thanks to the fellow who linked to that very reasonably priced 2.8kg mega jar. That's no joke.