Chile Peppers

Our Chile Peppers are sourced from their native growing regions. If you are looking for where to buy the mild chile peppers like Ancho Chile and Red Pepper Flakes to the incredibly hot chile peppers like Bird's Eye Peppers, Carolina Reaper Peppers or Ghost Peppers then look no further as we have those and many more rare, exotic and HOT Chile Peppers to choose from.

Our Chile Peppers are carefully selected and packaged in small batches assuring you get the freshest and best Chile Peppers every time.

At The Spice & Tea Shoppe we never compromise on quality and strive to offer you all the best Chile Peppers because we feel you deserve them.

  • Piri Piri chiles are closely related to tabasco peppers. Most popular in eastern Asian cuisines, these chiles are full of heat and authentic flavor. Use in sauces and marinades. Use where heat is desired in pasta, soups, sauces and dips. Remove seeds for less heat. Ranging from 50,000 to 175,000 on Scoville Heat Scale.

    African Piri Piri Chile Peppers

    Piri Piri chiles are closely related to tabasco peppers. Most popular in eastern Asian cuisines, these chiles are full of heat and authentic flavor. Use in sauces and marinades. Use where heat is desired in pasta, soups, sauces and dips. Remove seeds for...

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  • Piri Piri chiles are closely related to tabasco peppers. Most popular in eastern Asian cuisines, these chiles are full of heat and authentic flavor. Use in sauces and marinades. Use where heat is desired in pasta, soups, sauces and dips. Remove seeds for less heat. Ranging from 50,000 to 175,000 on Scoville Heat Scale.

    African Piri Piri Chile Powder

    Piri Piri chiles are closely related to tabasco peppers. Most popular in eastern Asian cuisines, these chiles are full of heat and authentic flavor. Use in sauces and marinades. Use where heat is desired in pasta, soups, sauces and dips. Remove seeds for...

  • Native to Turkey and Syria, Aleppo pepper, a.k.a. Halaby pepper, has a light to moderate heat (2,500 to 7,500 on Scoville Heat Scale) and resembles a cross between cumin and cayenne. Aleppo pepper adds true Mediterranean flavor without overpowering your cuisine. Use the warm, sweet, sharp and fruity flavors in place of red pepper flakes. Add to soups, stews, rubs and marinades. Use in authentic Turkish cuisine. Melds deliciously with warm spices like cumin, oregano and cinnamon.

    Aleppo Chile Flakes

    Native to Turkey and Syria, Aleppo pepper, a.k.a. Halaby pepper, has a light to moderate heat (2,500 to 7,500 on Scoville Heat Scale) and resembles a cross between cumin and cayenne. Aleppo pepper adds true Mediterranean flavor without overpowering your...

  • Ancho pepper, a.k.a. Poblano pepper, has a light to moderate heat (2,000 to 9,000 on Scoville Heat Scale). This is a surprisingly complex pepper with flavor characteristics that are earthy, mildly fruity, hints of coffee and a faint raisin taste. Add to salsa, soups, enchiladas or any recipe that needs some medium heat and chile flavor.

    Ancho Chile Powder

    Ancho pepper, a.k.a. Poblano pepper, has a light to moderate heat (2,000 to 9,000 on Scoville Heat Scale). This is a surprisingly complex pepper with flavor characteristics that are earthy, mildly fruity, hints of coffee and a faint raisin taste. Add to...

  • Wiri Wiri Chiles are hard to find and highly pursued for their bright color, fresh flavor, and exceptional heat. Used for centuries in Yucatan and Caribbean-style cooking to add a significant amount of heat to their traditional foods. Commonly used in hot sauces, extra-spicy salsas and marinades. Add significant heat to very large quantities of soup and stew. Average of 60,000 to 80,000 on the Scoville Heat Scale.

    Caribbean Wiri Wiri Chile Peppers

    Wiri Wiri Chiles are hard to find and highly pursued for their bright color, fresh flavor, and exceptional heat. Used for centuries in Yucatan and Caribbean-style cooking to add a significant amount of heat to their traditional foods. Commonly used in...

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  • A Carolina Reaper Chile was awarded the Guinness World Record for the Hottest Chile in 2013, so know these dried chiles are EXTREMELY HOT, take realistic precautions when cooking with Carolina Reaper Chiles as they average between 1,500,000 and 2,000,000 Scoville Heat Units, or about 5 times as hot as the typical Habanero Chile! Best used when added to a recipe where its heat can be tempered with other flavors. Use sparingly to add sweet, bright heat to foods. Add to enchilada sauce, chili sauce or marinades.

    Carolina Reaper Chile Peppers

    A Carolina Reaper Chile was awarded the Guinness World Record for the Hottest Chile in 2013, so know these dried chiles are EXTREMELY HOT, take realistic precautions when cooking with Carolina Reaper Chiles as they average between 1,500,000 and 2,000,000...

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  • Carolina Reaper Chile Powder - THIS IS EXTREMELY HOT, take realistic precautions when cooking with Carolina Reaper Chiles. A Carolina Reaper Chile was awarded the Guinness World Record for the Hottest Chile in 2013, so you know this single-variety chile powder is hot. The average Reaper measures between 1.5 and 2 MILLION Scoville Heat Units, or about 5 times as hot as the typical Habanero Chile. Best used when added to a recipe where its heat can be tempered with other flavors

    Carolina Reaper Chile Powder

    THIS IS EXTREMELY HOT, take realistic precautions when cooking with Carolina Reaper Chiles. A Carolina Reaper Chile was awarded the Guinness World Record for the Hottest Chile in 2013, so you know this single-variety chile powder is hot. The average...

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  • Taking name from its supposed center of origin, the Cayenne region of French Guiana, Cayenne pepper is hot (30,000 to 55,000 on Scoville Heat Scale), pungent and biting, but not as powerful as the hotter chilies. Popular across the globe for its heat and clean flavor, this pepper adds kick to a dish and is a first-rate overall flavor enhancer. Add to chili, soups and stews. Combine with other spices and oils for a marinade. Use as a spicy, colorful accent on any dish.

    Cayenne Pepper Hot

    Taking name from its supposed center of origin, the Cayenne region of French Guiana, Cayenne pepper is hot (30,000 to 55,000 on Scoville Heat Scale), pungent and biting, but not as powerful as the hotter chilies. Popular across the globe for its heat and...

  • Taking name from its supposed center of origin, the Cayenne region of French Guiana, Cayenne pepper is hot (90,000 on Scoville Heat Scale), pungent and biting, but not as powerful as the hotter chilies. Popular across the globe for its heat and clean flavor, this pepper adds kick to a dish and is a first-rate overall flavor enhancer. Add to chili, soups and stews. Combine with other spices and oils for a marinade. Use as a spicy, colorful accent on any dish.

    Cayenne Pepper Mild

    Taking name from its supposed center of origin, the Cayenne region of French Guiana, Cayenne pepper is hot (90,000 on Scoville Heat Scale), pungent and biting, but not as powerful as the hotter chilies. Popular across the globe for its heat and clean...

  • A staple in Tex-Mex cuisine this blend of chili peppers gives a deep rich flavor is earthy and slightly sweet and color is used Southwestern dishes, chili, tacos, tamales, enchiladas and beans and is used to season chicken or beef before roasting or grilling. Our Dark Chili Powder is made from deep, dark rich chilies which yields a sweeter flavor than our light chile powder and is slightly hotter than our light chili powder. Consider using it on chocolate for the combination of spicy and sweet!

    Chile Powder Dark

    A staple in Tex-Mex cuisine this blend of chili peppers gives a deep rich flavor is earthy and slightly sweet and color is used Southwestern dishes, chili, tacos, tamales, enchiladas and beans and is used to season chicken or beef before roasting or...

  • A staple in Tex-Mex cuisine this blend of chili peppers gives a deep rich flavor is earthy and slightly sweet and color is used Southwestern dishes, chili, tacos, tamales, enchiladas and beans and is used to season chicken or beef before roasting or grilling. Our Dark Chili Powder is made from deep, dark rich chilies which yields a sweeter flavor than our light chile powder and is slightly hotter than our light chili powder. Consider using it on chocolate for the combination of spicy and sweet!

    Chile Powder Light

    A staple in Southwestern cuisine, this blend of chili peppers gives a bright and rich flavor with a mild heat level. Use on any Tex-Mex dish such as chili, tacos, tamales, enchiladas and beans. Use it to season chicken or beef before roasting or grilling...

  • Chipotle flakes are made by crushing jalapeno peppers that were slowly smoked over a natural wood fire. This slow smoking imparts a wonderfully smoky and spicy flavor to whatever it is added to. Use them in enchilada sauces, chili, stews, BBQ ribs and corn bread. Their smoky flavor complements poultry, meats and fall squash. Perfect addition to marinades, spice rubs, or a traditional adobo. Their moderate heat level ranges from 15,000 to 35,000 on Scoville Heat Scale.

    Chipotle Chile Flakes

    Chipotle flakes are made by crushing jalapeno peppers that were slowly smoked over a natural wood fire. This slow smoking imparts a wonderfully smoky and spicy flavor to whatever it is added to. Use them in enchilada sauces, chili, stews, BBQ ribs and...

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