These bad boys (or girls) are a nice step up from a milder pepper, like the Anaheim. Still not in the melt-your-face-off category but, have a pop like an M80. Perfect for stuffing as cherry bomb poppers!
Cabo Diablo Hot Pepper Medley
This pack provides pepper connoisseurs an ideal mix of medium-to-hot peppers to use in their culinary creations.
Assortment fluctuates due to seasonality and pack MAY contain any of the following varieties:
Cherry Bomb, Jalapeño, Serrano, Brazilian Atomic Starfish, Sugar Rush Peach, Black Hungarian, Lemon Spice, Orange Peter Pepper, Serrano Tampiqueño, and Güerito Chiles.
The all mighty jalapeno is by far the go-to for those who enjoy a little heat. They hit around the 2,500 to 8,000 on the Scoville Scale; considered mild to moderate. Widely used from poppers to pizza, they’re a nice dash of heat to any dish—for those who can handle them.
The Manzano has a unique, citrusy fruitiness and is said to taste like a richer, spicier bell pepper. This flavor, along with the chile's thick walls, makes the Manzano a superb salsa chile!
Mini Sweet Peppers
Sweet and crunchy, these beauties are perfect to eat raw and their hollow insides make them perfect for stuffing!
A little surprise is always a good way to keep you on your toes, which is why Padrón peppers are SO awesome! 1 out of 10 are going to have a nice kick, while the majority are mild. Blister with a little olive oil and a dash of salt and pepper for some pepper roulette.
Bright, vegetal, and very green, with a nice level of heat—if you’re looking for a step up from the jalapeno, serranos are your next stop!