An early-ripening, medium-growing variety, about 100 cm high. The leaf blades are ellipsoidal in shape and slightly wrinkled. About 25-35 even peppers with a spicy taste ripen on 1 plant.
The fruits are first green, then the fruits become dark red, the shape of a neat cone, weighing 20-30 g. The length of the pepper is 5-10 cm. The skin is glossy, with shine. The taste is spicy, with sourness. They are collected mainly at technical ripeness - green.
They are used in food, for therapeutic and preventive measures, as well as in cosmetology. Cherry-colored peppers are not used fresh; they are processed for the preparation of seasonings and mixtures.
On the Scoville scale, Jalapeño has a fairly wide rating - from 2500 to 8000 units. and is medium spicy. The leaves and seeds give the greatest pungency. To make the fruit less pungent, these parts are cut out when consumed.