Since we don't know what's in it, it is hard to guess what will work. First, I suggest you make another batch without the chipotle, then combine the 2 and adjust taste. Or just start adding in all the other ingredients and adjust taste. If it goes, you can turn it into a sour cream dip/sauce as the fat will coat your tongue and sooth it. Bottom line it that there is no magic way to just remove hot peppers.
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here's this cute graphic from a uk newspaper to help:
Sweet generally helps with heat so maybe you could add more pineapple? Or a teaspoon or 2 of sugar.
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