Our Variety

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Vegetables
Pepper: Hot
Aji Amarillo
The size and coloration of this pepper suggests its high heat content. Many people note a smoky flavor when they use this variety. Drying? yes. Scoville Rating: 30,000-50,000. mmm.
Anaheim
This pepper is also referred to as the New Mexico pepper and is the type of pepper used for charred, roasted chiles. It is mildly hot and is fun to use for stuffed peppers, because some can be quite hot while others are mild - it makes for an interesting dinner to see who will get the spicy one! Drying? no. Scoville Rating: 500-2,500.
Cayenne
The cayenne pepper is the hottest one we grow - so for those in need of heat, steer towards these long, red peppers. They are also reported to have many medicinal benefits from increasing circulation to reducing stomach aches, cramping pains, and gas. Drying? yes. Scoville Rating: 40,000-90,000.
Jalapeņo
This popular pepper is named after the city of Xalapa, Veracruz where it is traditionally produced. Jalapeņos are known by different names in Mexico, such as cuaresmenos, huachinangos and chiles gordos. A chipotle is a jalapeņo that has been smoked. Drying? no. Scoville Rating: 2,500-10,000.
Serrano
The serrano is said to be five times hotter than the jalapeņo and never needs to be peeled before using in a dish. Drying? yes. Scoville Rating: 10,000-23,000.