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The Chile New Mexico is also known as the Chile Colorado and/or the dried Chile California. It has earthy flavors, with a brickiness, some acidity and a weediness, and tones of dried cherry.
Origin: Rio Grande Valley; New Mexico
The Guajillo Chile is related to the Pulla, and is one of the most commonly grown chiles in Mexico. It has a green tea and stemmy flavor with berry tones.
Origin: Northern and Central Mexico
The De Arbol Chile is a "treelike" lush plant with thick woody stems or in some cases stemless. It has a tanic, smoky, and grassy flavor.
Origin: Jalisco, Nayarit, and the Central Valley of Mexico.
The Morita Chile is also a type of dried, smoked Jalapeno Chile. It has a light, sweet, smoky flavor, with tones of plum, fig, tea, and some tannin.
Origin: Veracruz, Oaxaca, and Chihuahua
The Chipotle is a large, dried, smoked Jalapeno Pepper. It is smoky and sweet in flavor with tobacco and chocolate tones, a brazilnut finish and a subtle, deep, rounded heat.
Origin: Veracruz, Oaxaca, Chihuahua, Texas and South New Mexico.
Is also known as Chile Negro. With a raisin-like appearance, the Pasilla is a dried Chilaca Chile. It has some berry, grape, and herbaceous tones, and a hint of liquorice.
Origin: Guanajuato, Jalisco, and Zacatecas
The Japones Chile has a very close resemblance to the De Arbol Chile, but is significantly flatter and thicker.
Origin: Jalisco, and Central Valley of Mexico.
All of our chiles can be purchased in 5lb. boxes or 25lb. cases, or special custom weight boxes.
The Pulla Chile is related to the Guajillo Chile. It has light flavor containing sharp fruit and cherry tones with a hint of liquorice.
Origin: Central Valley of Mexico
The Ancho is a dried poblano chile and is the most commonly used dried chile in Mexico.
Origin: Puebla Region, Central Valley of Mexico
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