Jalapeno Peppers - Capsicum species

Ghost Peppers - Capsicum species

Jalapeno Peppers - Capsicum species

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Chili Peppers

Capsicum species

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Jalapeno Bird's Eye Cayenne

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Chili peppers are used worldwide in nearly all different cuisines. There is an absolutely massive amount of diversity within this group of plants, from no heat and sweet (Bell Peppers), to extremely spicy to the extent they make weapons from them (pepper spray). What a range! Spice Chasm only sells spicy chilies of varying degrees, and we want to warn people that our hotter pepper varieties are INCREDIBLY hot to the point of pain! Please be aware and cook accordingly. Below is a description of each of the varieties we grow.

Jalapeno: Jalapeno peppers are without a doubt the gold standard of spicy chili peppers, often being used to gauge the heat level of other chilies. Although they are not considered too spicy, they do pack a small punch. Both green and red chilies are eaten everywhere. Green jalapenos are great for pickling, putting in vinegar or oils and stuffing for baked/roasted treats. The flavor is somewhat similar to bell peppers with heat and far less sugar. Red jalapenos are where it’s at though! The red, mature peppers are far more flavorful, sweeter and spicier. Jalapenos are a Mexican and Latin chili, but have now made their way through western cuisines and are slowly starting to enter into the Asian scene.

Mild to medium heat. 8,000 (Green), 13,000 (Red) SHU

Bird's Eye: Bird's eye peppers are to East Asia what Jalapeno are to Mexico. Bird's eye is the staple pepper in Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese food. Those little cute things that nearly make you cry...Bird's Eye. These little peppers pack a good bang, but have little flavor. Used a lot in soups, sauces and mixed into almost anything where heat is needed without interfering with the taste of the other ingredients. Bird's eye are eaten when ripe, red. A great, consistent staple of a chili if there ever was one!

Medium to high heat level. 70,000 SHU

Ghost Pepper / Bhut jolokia: Enter scary territory! Once we get to ghost we start getting worried. First and foremost, this pepper is EXTREMELY hot. At least 100x hotter than a jalapeno. These things are crazy hot, but absolutely delicious. Much like habanero in that they have a very flavorful distinct taste, aside from the heat. This pepper has become a favorite amongst chili heads because it isn’t just painfully hot, it is actually yummy. This pepper should really be stored well, away from children and pets! Ghost peppers originate from India, a country that knows their spices very well. It is now used in all sorts of things like hot sauces, curries, hot pot, fresh sliced (ouch!) etc. Start slow if not familiar with these guys, they hurt.

Extremely high heat level. 800,000+ SHU

Botanical Name: Capsicum species

Origin: Taidong, Taiwan

Ingredients: Chili Peppers

Est. Shelf Life: 2 Years

Production: Grown on a polyculture farm without spray. Hand harvested and machine dried.

Availability: Year-round

Natural Ingredients | No Additives | No Fillers

Plant Based | Non-GMO | Vegan Friendly

How to Use Chili Peppers

Sprinkle On: Anything that needs some heat

Mix In: Anything that needs some heat

Cook With: Anything that needs some heat

Regional Cuisines: Worldwide

Dry - Keep herbs & spices in a dry location

Cool - Avoid storing herbs & spices in high temps

Dark - Avoid exposure to the sun and strong UV

Sealed - Keep herbs & spices sealed

Packaging Type Net Weight Gross Weight Package Volume Dimensions
Glass Shaker Jar - Cayenne 40 grams ± 165 grams ± 130 ml 10.6 x 4 x 4cm
Big Glass Jar - Bird's Eye 25 grams ± 250 grams ± 300 ml 9.3 x 7 x 7cm