Who doesn't love habanero peppers
? They are one of the most popular chile peppers on the planet. They have a heat level right at the very limit most people find enjoyable but its sweet tropical flavors steal the show. Dried Habanero Pepper flakes are also very versatile, they can be used in a wide variety of cuisines and surprisingly have many health benefits. Let's take a look at the characteristics of habanero peppers, how we grow them, recipes, health benefits, and more.
Scoville Heat Units:
250,000 - 350,000Compared to Jalapeno Peppers:
Up to 140 times hotterTaste:
Sweet, tropical.Popular Use:
Hot sauces, hot wings, salad dressings, cocktails, and more.
At roughly 300,000 Scoville Heat Units, our habanero pepper flakes are fiery hot. Our fresh orange habanero peppers are hand-picked in Mexico, cleaned, stems removed, oven-dried, and crushed into bright orange pepper flakes.
Like all of our dried pepper products, they are 100% pure & all-natural.
It has a wonderful taste and aroma, sweet yet intensely spicy. How hot is a habanero pepper?
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. Habanero Origin
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 more than in any other part of the world.
Our flakes are sold by weight as they are a commodity. Since they are pure we do not add fillers so how it looks in the bottle may be different than what is shown in the pictures as the density changes with each crop. FDA-approved plastic bottles are only manufactured to specific sizes (i.e. 8 fl oz, 16 fl oz, 32 fl oz) so changing the bottle size for each crop is not possible to always make it look entirely full for every crop.