Habanero – Red Savina – Whole Dried Chile Pods

Habanero chilies are ranked from 100,000– 577,000 on the Scoville heat scale.  In 2000, Guinness confirmed it to be the hottest Chile pepper in the world.  They are considered to be one of the oldest South American Chile peppers in the world.

Enjoy the hot, fruity, citrus-like flavor and floral aroma of this Chile pepper.  It is one of the most popular ingredients in hot sauces and spicy foods today.

These peppers start out green and then will turn different colors as they mature. Some colors include: orange, red, brown, white, pink and yellow.  The hottest Habanero, the Red Savina pepper (~350,000 to 577,000 SHU), is deep red.

These chilies are rich in fiber, low in calories and contain nutrients such as potassium and vitamins A and C.

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