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Chiltepín is often called the ‘mother of all chiles,’ and is believed to be where all chiles trace their genetic origins. Chiltepin have been harvested for over 10,000 years by Indigenous communities, chiltepín is also known for its medicinal properties used in traditional ceremonies and remedies.


Chiltepíns are smoky, carrying a distinct earthiness that rounds out their powerful kick. The flavor is bold enough to make a statement in a range of dishes. Perfect to use as a chile flake, salsa or hot sauce! 


Chiltepin fall between 50,000 to 100,000 units on the Scoville chart. For comparison, jalapeños usually fall between 2,500 to 8,000 units.


Ingredients: Chiltepin Chile

Chile Chiltepín

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