PURPLE JALAPEÑO, 10 SEEDS, ORGANIC (16)
It shares the same exact Scoville heat range as the typical jalapeño pepper, 2,500 to 8,000 Scoville heat units. The average purple jalapeño, though, sits a little hotter in that range because of when its harvested. The pepper needs to mature to reach its beautiful purple hue, so there’s more time on the vine and that means more capsaicin (the compound that creates the heat) in the plant. Still, this is a very eatable chili and it makes a colorful alternative to the norm.
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