top of page


Serrano peppers (Capsicum annuum) are long and thin, resembling a smaller version of jalapeño peppers. Serrano chiles are yellow, orange, red, or green peppers, changing color as they ripen. Serrano pepper plants can grow to be five feet tall and produce up to fifty peppers. Serranos are mostly grown in Mexico and originated in the mountainous regions of Puebla and Hidalgo. Like jalapeños, they have a bright, fresh kick with a medium to medium-hot spice level that varies depending on their size.


Serrano peppers rank between 10,000 and 23,000 Scoville heat units, making them hotter than anaheim or paprika peppers, but not as spicy as habañero or ghost peppers. While serranos can serve as a flavorful garnish for a variety of dishes, they are primarily sliced up and mixed into salsa, pico de gallo, and guacamole.


Serrano Pepper

Excluding Sales Tax |
Expected to be ready in early May
    bottom of page