Featuring the freshest hand-picked habanero peppers grown in Eastern Mexico, our ground Habanero Pepper Powder makes a wonderful addition to any dish.
It has a wonderful taste and aroma, sweet yet intensely spicy. Pair its tropical fruity taste with fresh mangoes, tomatoes, onions, and cilantro and the flavors meld wonderfully to give you one amazingly simple hot salsa.
Mix a teaspoon of habanero powder into ranch dip and it becomes a dip everyone will love. Add a bit more for those friends and family who think they can handle the heat and watch them beg for a glass of milk just to soothe their pain. Ground habanero pepper powder is excellent on the grill as well, simply add a dash to chicken, steak, pork, and more.
How do we do it? Our Habanero Peppers are hand-picked in Eastern Mexico, then immediately processed into our Habanero Powder on site. We offer the freshest Habanero Powder available in the USA.
Naturally Gluten-Free, 100% Pure!
Sweet, fruity taste, excellent in salsas
You'll taste the difference and feel the intensity like you never have before.
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Habenero Powder
How hot is a habanero pepper in scoville heat units?
There are many different types of habanero peppers, they come in a number of different colors and the heat level varies for each different color and type. Habaneros can come in quite a variety of colors, from chocolate, red, orange, white, yellow, and even purple. The lowest rating is about 60,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU) while the highest rated is around 600,000 SHU. In general between all of the habanero types and colors, habanero peppers average about 300,000 Scoville Heat Units. Our orange habanero peppers regularly test at between 300,000 SHU to 350,000. This is generally hotter than the usual orange habanero peppers you will find in your local grocery store as our peppers are grown in ideal tropical conditions in Mexico.
Where did habanero peppers originate from?
The habanero has had a long and complicated journey that has taken it all over the world. This pepper’s name translates to “from Havana” The proper Cuban name for Havana is actually La Habana. Not only are habaneros commonly found in Mexican cuisine, but they are also commonly grown in Mexico. You can find them grown in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula than in any other part of the world.
What do I do if I get habanero powder on my face or in my eyes? First, use a dry cloth to remove as much as you can from your face. Next, flush your eyes with a saline solution or contact solution. At this point, if you are still experiencing pain, baby shampoo works wonders to help remove the capsaicin oil which is what is causing your pain.