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Poblano Peppers

Poblano Peppers Seed

The poblano, also called Ancho, pepper is great in salsa, grilled, stir fry or stuffed! A mild chili pepper originating in the state of Puebla, Mexico that ranges between 1,000 to1,500 Scoville Heat Units. Allow the pepper to fully ripen to red for best taste and most heat. It is sweet, but with enough spicy bite to be in the hot pepper category.

A wonderful mild chile with a sweet flavor and is larger and sweeter than the Poblano pepper. The mulato has been described as tasting somewhat like chocolate or licorice, with undertones of cherry and tobacco. Its heat rating is 2,500 to 3,000 on the Scoville scale. Dry these out to create the perfect mole sauce!

The Ancho is a very popular, semi-spicy pepper! This tantalizing pepper has a slight mild and sweet apple flavor. This variety is a very versatile 4-6" pepper for fresh, cooked, and dried usage. Ancho's tapered fruits mature from a bright green to red on bushy, robust plants.

The Hot and Happy Mix is a blend of hot pepper, all colors, shapes and heats. This mix of peppers are bold and adventurous! This assortment of hot peppers includes habaneros, jalape├▒os, chilies, poblanos, anchos and more! Hot and Happy Mix is perfect for any hot pepper lover!