Naga Morich is a chilli pepper originating from India obtained from a genetic improvement of Bhut Jolokia, from which it took the shape, albeit smaller in size.
The Naga Morich on the Scoville scale can be classified as one of the hottest peppers in the world, with a spiciness ranging between 900,000-1,000,000 SHU, almost double that of Habanero.
Naga Morich: characteristics
The Naga Morich is part of the Capsicum Chinense species but unlike the other fruits it has less pulp.
The Naga Morich plant grows mainly in areas with a tropical climate, typically hot and humid, and generally reaches a height of between 60 and 80 cm.
The Naga Morich is originally from Bangladesh.