These chile peppers are the more rare hard to find Mexican peppers. Some are becoming endangered as farmers are switching to other crops that giver higher yields or demand better pricing. It is our hope that we can get these more recognized by more people growing them so we do not lose them.
Chile de Cambray
Find out about the Chile de Cambray pepper. They fall under the capsicum-annum family. The Chile de Cambray is a rare endangered Chile de Arbol type from San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
Find out about the Chile Comapeno pepper. They fall under the capsicum-annum family. The Chile Comapeno is a rare wild chile found at 4,000 feet above sea level in the tropical mountains of Veracruz, Mexico.
Chile de Agua
Find out about the Chile de Agua pepper. The Chile de Agua pepper is becoming more rare because farmers are switching over to more common Guajillo pepper types that bring them more money.