Chili seeds pack five of the most hottest peppers in the world. Carolina reaper, dorset naga, ghost peach, trinidad scorpion, naga viper, pepper gift. Hot pepper seeds (10 seeds each):
Carolina reaper red
The world hottest pepper 2.200.000 SHU. currently holds the record for the hottest chili pepper in the world. But soon there may be news
Trinidad moruga scorpion red
This pepper was the world hottest record 2,000,000 SHU until the arrival of the
carolina reaper, currently the hottest pepper in the world.
Dorset Naga Orange
Dorset Naga is a chilli pepper originally from England and for this reason takes its name from one of its counties. This pepper is related to the Naga Morich and was developed by local farmers Michael and joy Michaud.
The orange variety is hot but fruity, great for hot salsa, hot
sauces or a super-hot chili powder. at the present time it remains one of the hottest peppers in the world
Naga means snake, in the name Naga Viper would lead to think of a type of poisonous snake, the viper. This variety was named Naga Viper by its creator Gerald Fowler. A farmer of the Chilli Pepper Company in England By crossing 3 varieties of peppers, Naga Morich, Bhut Jolokia and Trinidad Scorpion.
“Viper” precisely because the fully ripe pepper is irregular in shape, with a pungent taste like a viper!
This variety in 2011 was the hottest pepper in the world, reaching 1,082,118 SHU on the Scoville scale, but after a short time he was overtaken by the trinidad scorpion
Peach Ghost pepper
The peach variety of the famous ghost pepper. The Bhut Jolokia Peach belongs to the Bhut Jolokia family, but not inferior in spiciness to its brother
Developed and grown in India, Bhut Jolokia Peach boasts a very high spiciness on the Scoville scale.
Open pollinated seeds
our chillies are grown with 100% natural methods on our farm in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. do you have any questions about this or other chillies? do not hesitate to contact us we will be happy to answer your questions as soon as possible.
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