Common Name: Chipōtlé Morita
Pronunciation: Cheel-Poekt-Lay Moe-Ree-Ta
Proper Name: Jalapeño Red (smoked)
Other Names: Chipōtlé
Type: Capsicum Annuum
Seed Availablity: Impossible*
Scoville Heat Units: 2.5K – 8K SHU
Sauce Strength Rating**: Medium – 2.5/12
Dry Flavour: Rich, oaky, smoky and savoury but with a tiny bit of sweet, fruity, red pepper to it as well.
Products: Grim Reaper Foods‘ The Raven, Daddy Cool’s Broon & South Carolina BBQ, Chilli Pepper Pete‘s Dragon’s Blood Hot BBQ, Burning Desire Foods’ Bourbon Chipotle Syrup & Coffee and Chilli Rub, Tom’s Curious Sauces‘ Chipotle, Chilli of the Valley‘s Dark Siren, Alkemio Kitchen‘s Black Garlic, Chipotle, Tamarind, Chocolate & Plum, Cola, Cinnamon, Rose, Scotch Bonnet, Brighton Hot Stuff‘s Buckfast, Chilli No. 5‘s Chipotle CBD?, Tabasco’s Chipotle Cola Sauce, Hot Plot Chilli Co’s 💀T.N.T., Zukali’s 🇺🇸Chipotle Kafѐ Salsa, Sood’s Fine Food’s “Amazon” Chipotle, Byron Bay’s Smokin’ Mango, Rubies in the Rubble’s 💀Blueberry BBQ, Sierra Nevada’s Chipotle-Piña, Laterra’s Chihuahua, Sauce Shop’s 💀Chipotle, Cornish Chilli Co.’s Chipotle, Dorset Chilli Shop’s Chilpōctli, Gran Luchito’s 📽️Smoked Chilli Mayo, Hot-Headz’ Apple Chipotle Bourbon BBQ, Island Girl’s Chipotle Ooft!, Ki’ Gourmet’s Cielo Rojo, Common Sanity’s Feugo Greeze, Haskhell’s Chipotle Sauce?, Paqui’s 📽️🇺🇸2020 One Chip Challenge?, Hop’t’s Chipotle Chocolate Stout, Wiltshire Chilli Farm’s Chipotle & Orange Chocolate & Chipotle & Garlic Cheese? Ginger Beard’s Preserves & Moor Beer Company’s Chipotle Ketchup?, The Bonnie Sauce Co.’s Smoky Chipotle, Haskhell’s Horseradish?, Tubby Tom’s Tubbyaki? Spice Island Chilli’s Bligh’s Revenge?, Queen Majesty’s Cocoa Ghost?
Recipes: Cinnamon & Chipotle Snaps, 💀Chipotle & Orange Chocolate Truffles, Chipotle Chocolate Lava Cake, Chipotle Chocolate Cupcakes, Veggie Chipotle Enchiladas, Chitpotle, Mango & Citrus Sorbet, Chipotle Chicken Korma,
Related Peppers: Chipōtlé Meco
You may also enjoy: Pasilla (smoked)
*A chipōtlé morita is an oak smoked red jalapeño, not a variety of its own. It can never be found fresh but, if you’re willing to smoke it yourself, I do have seeds for the jalapeño.
**This value represents the heat rating that I would expect to give to a sauce using this pepper as its main ingredient. Other ingredients or particularly high purity may result in a slightly stronger sauce, while lower concentrations will yeild a weaker one and other products may vary.