The Scoville Scale For Peppers

The Scoville Scale for peppers is the defining scale for what’s hot and what’s not. Learn more about the scale, it’s history, and the peppers that make up the scale.

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The Scoville Scale

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The Scoville Scale For Peppers is how us pepper heads measure what’s hot and what’s not. Check out the scale and learn more about your favorite heat!

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Heat up the kitchen with our personal cookbook full of spicy foods and hot sauces, as well as our favorite recipes from different pepper heads and chefs across the web.

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Stay up to date with happenings in the pepper world. From company and industry news to events and happenings, satisfy your spicy palette with the latest in heat on the web.

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Featured Pepper : Jalapeno (2,500 to 10,000 SHU)

The Jalapeno Pepper is one of the most versatile peppers in the world. Not too hot, not to cold, it’s easily grown and found in a ton of different cuisines across every continent. This is our first featured pepper because it is one of our favorites. Dice it up and saute it with some chicken or stuff it with cream cheese and bacon to fulfill your gluttonous gastronomic desires!

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Scoville Scale For Peppers
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Welcome to the Scoville Scale For Peppers, the most comprehensive list of what is hot and what is not on the web. Where does your favorite pepper rank?