2018 Hot peppers --Scoville units listed, *market growers selection plants, add + $.25 each for seed cost* for mailed out orders, add $1 per plant + Usps priority mail postage, send email with your selections to email@example.com for total.
HOTTEST TO MILDEST ORDER, APPROX. SCOVILLE UNITS LISTED
Carolina Reaper-2014-present world record $2.00 each 1,500,000+
Carolina Reaper Yellow $5
Carolina Reaper Chocolate $5
Carolina Reaper Peach $5
CPR (Chocolate Primo Reaper) $5 1,000,0000+
Trinidad Scorpion Butch T strain-world’s hottest pepper 2012&2013-1,400,000 $2.00
Bhut Jolokia red (ghost pepper, hottest 2011) up to 1,000,000 $2
Bhut Jolokia chocolate (chocolate ghost pepper) up to 1,000,000 $3 each
Bhut Jolokia yellow (yellow ghost pepper) up to 1,000,000 $3 each
Bhut Jolokia White (white ghost pepper) up to 1,000,000 $3 each
Bhut Jolokia Peach $3 up to 1,000,000
Bhutlah Brown $3 1,000,000+
Moruga Scorpion Carmel $3 1,000,000
Trinidad Scorpion Red $2 1,000,000+
Rimmerhus Fun Strain Chocolate Trinidad Scorpion $2 800,000+
SRTSL $3 (SR’s Trinidad scorpion long) 1,000,000+
Sepia Serpent $3 1,000,000
Death Spiral $3 1,000,000
Devil’s Brains $3 1,000,000 (brainstrain cross)
Trinidad Scorpion Yellow Cardi $1.00 500,000-800,000
Gator Jigsaw $3 1,000,000+
Naglah Beast $3 1,000,000+
Naglah Beast Chocolate $3 1,000,000+
Apocalypse Scorpion $3 700,000-800,000
I Scream Scorpion $3 500,000+
Trinidad Scorpion Lemon-Lime $3 500,000
RRC 420 $3 1,000,000
Genghis Khan’s Brain Chile $3 1,000,000
7 pot Bubblegum yellow $3 1,000,000
7 pot Bubblegum Red $3 1,000,000
7 pot Bubblegum White $3 1,000,000
7 pot Bubblegum Chocolate Long $3 1,000,000
7 pot Primo Red $3 1,200,000
7 Pot Primo Yellow $3 1,000,000
7 pot Douglah Chocolate $3 1,000,000
Jay’s Peach Ghost Scorpion $3 1,000,000
Big Black Mama $3 up to 1,000,000 (naga morich and 7 pot Trinidad cross)
Big Yellow Mama $3 up to 1,000,000
Big Mustard Mama $3 up to 1,000,000
Habanero White bullet 200,000-400,000
Scotch Bonnet Jamaican Yellow (green to yellow) 100,000-300,000
Scotch Bonnet Red (green to red) 100,000-300,000
Scotch Bonnet Orange Dearg (green to orange) 100,000-300,000
Scotch Bonnet Mix Pack, mix of all colors above $3 100,000-300,000
Cumari do Para 100,000-200,000
Bahamian Goat Pepper $3 100,000-300,000
Habanero Red 100,000-300,000
Habanero Chocolate 100,000-300,000
Fatalii (yellow fruity pointed African habanero) 100,000-300,000
Fatalii Red 100,000-300,000
Fatalii Chocolate 100,000-300,000
Fatalii White 100,000-300,000
Habanero Orange 100,000-300,000
Hot Paper Lantern 100,000-300,000
Black Betty $3 100,000-300,000
Carbonero $3 (bhut jolokia indian carbon and habanero) 150,000-300,000
Ghostly Jalapeno $3 best guess? 30,000-50,000
Thai Hot (green to red) very small, very hot, short plants good for pots 50,000-100,000 lingering heat
Thai Hot Giant 50,000-100,000 short plants good for pots peppers 1” long by ½” wide
Tricolor Variegata (ornamental and very hot for cooking, purple to red) 50,000-75,000
Indian Jwala (green to red) also called finger hot 50,000-100,000 flavorful
Cayenne Long Slim, (green to red) 30,000-50,000 great for drying on string
Tabasco (green to red) 30,000-50,000
Aji Omnicolor $3 30,000-50,000
Aji Pineapple 20,000-30,000
Aji Crystal $3 20,000-30,000
Thunder Mountain Longhorn OP 50,000
Red Peter Pepper (green to red) 20,000-50,000
Ornamental Japanese lantern all colors of pepper on plant at same time, small for container 10,000 $2
Black Pearl ornamental and hot 15,000
Aji Limon (small yellow, citrusy) shaped like a yellow tabasco 5,000-10,000
Bishops Crown (green to red), funny balloon shaped 5,000-15,000
Serrano (green to red) 10,000-23,000
Manzano Red 10,000
Urfa Biber $3 10,000
Red Hot Cherry 1,000-4,000
*Garden Salsa Hybrid, green to red, hybrid, can be variable in heat 6” long 4,000-7,000
Jalapeno M Large hotter jalapeno 7,000
Jalapeno, Early (green to red) 4,000-7,000
Jalapeno, Lemon Spice $3 3,000-5,000 (green to yellow)
Jalapeno Orange spice $3 3,000-5,000 (green to orange)
*Jalapeno, Monster Large jalapeno (green to red) 4,000-6000
*Jalapeno, Chichimecca (green to red) slightly milder, larger 4,000-6,000
Jalapeno Biker Billy $3 (green to red) slightly hotter 5,000-7,000
Jalapeno Purple (purple to red) 3000-5000 back by popular demand!
Fresno Chile 5,000-7,000
Hungarian Hot Wax (Hot Banana) (yellow to red) 5,000-10,000
*Hot Sunset Hybrid Hot Hungarian Wax (yellow to red) 5,000-10,000
Aji Limo Rojo, 1,000-3,000 cool lantern shape lt green to red tasty meaty rare
Big Bang Space Chili $3 2,000-10,000
*Big Jim Hybrid, anaheim chile (green to red) 500-200
Anaheim Chile 500-2000
*Tiburon Ancho Hybrid (green to red) Larger 1,000-2,000
Ancho Mulato Island (green to brownish red) 1,000-2,000
*Jalapeno Lite (green to red) up to 2,000 scovilles
Tam Mild Jalapeno (green to red) very mild, very little heat, large 1,000-500
Pasilla Bajo (very mild mex. cooking pepper-very slightly hot) 500-2,000
Brazilian Starfish Red 500
Brazilian Starfish Orange 500
Pepperoncini Italian -like in the pizza boxes only tastier 150
Alma Paprika, a very slightly spicy smoky flavored paprika to dry 150
Habanada, $3 Habanero flavor with 0-200 scovilles
Zavory, heatless or almost heatless habanero with great flavor
Tomato list for 2018 *ones with * add +$.25 per plant, Market selections, high seed cost*
Red to pink large fruited
Better Boy hybrid Brandywine
Big Boy hybrid Bocek Italian
Old Fashioned Early Girl hybrid Jet Star hybrid
Early girl II hybrid, (new version shorter plants) Amish Paste
Celebrity hybrid Arkansas Traveler
Depps Pink Thessaloniki
Red Stuffer Trip L crop Italian tree
Siberia Furry red boar
Sausage German Giant Pink
San Marzano Aussie
Rutgers *Pik Rite hybrid+*
Roma Rose De Berne Pink
Delicious Mountain Pride hybrid
Omars Lebanese Mexico
Mortgage Lifter Mrs Houseworth Oxheart
German Johnson Pink
Small fruited (cherry and Grape) red to pink
Hanging Basket (dwarf) Red Grape, Sugar Plum
Rosalita Pink Grape Red Currant
Large Red Cherry Reisetomate
Stupice Red Star
Pink Peach Sweet 100
Rose Quartz (pink cherry) Sweet Seedless
Cherry Roma Tomatoberry
Ditmarsher (dwarf) Red Currant
Yellow to orange Large-medium Fruited
Golden Jubilee Pineapple
Kelloggs Breakfast Amana Orange
Jumbo Jim Orange Yellow Giant Belgium
Pork Chop Hillbilly
Aladdin’s Lamp Lemon Boy Hybrid.
Small Fruited Yellow to Orange to white
Large Yellow Cherry Sunsugar
Ildi yellow grape Blondkopfchen yellow cherry
Yellow Pear Snow White Cherry
Garden Peach Golden Honey Bunches grape
Autumn's striped Sungold*
Large Bicolored or Striped
Old German Bicolor Berkeley Tie Dye
Pineapple Mary Robinsons Bicolor
Mr Stripey Hillbilly
Large Purple to Brown to Black
Russian Chocolate Cherokee Chocolate
Cherokee Purple Black Krim
Black Sea Man Southern Night
Black Brandywine Ananas Noire(Black Pineapple)
OSU Blue Indigo Blue Beauty
Carbon Black IcicleKumato Vorlon
Small black, brown, purple
Black Cherry Brown Berry
Black zebra Evans Purple pear
Black Prince Chocolate Cherry
Large Green when Ripe
Aunt Ruby’s German Green Emerald Evergreen
Small green when ripe
Aunt Ruby’s German Cherry Green Grape
White Queen White Beauty
White Wonder Great White Beefsteak
Silvery Fir tree- lacy foliage Stick-pom pom leaves
Red Stuffer-Stuffing tomato Pink peach-fuzzy pink salad
Garden peach-fuzzy apricot Osu Blue-inky purple and red
Reisetomate-Pull-apart cherry Berkeley Tie dye heart-striped
Variegated-striped leaf Yellow-Out-Red-In, salad size
Sweet Seedless Aladdin's Lamp,med pear shaped
Black Icicle, long black plum Red Star, ruffled red cherry
Orange Fleshed Purple Smudge Furry Red boar, lg fuzzy slicer red
“Artisan cherry/grape tomatoes” add .25 each, high seed cost
*Blush—large yellow cherry with pink blush on bottom
*Pink and purple Bumblebee-large pink or purple cherry tomato with stripes
*Pink Tiger- large pink grape with stripes
*Indigo yellow and red- cherry tomatoes with inky purple on top, yellow or red on bottom
PATIO TOMATOES (those good for growing in pots)
Celebrity (red slicer)
Early Girl II Bush (red slicing)
Golden Nugget (yellow cherry)
Silvery Fir Tree (red salad with lacy foliage)
Ditmarsher, weeping pink cherry tomato, really pretty and productive too
Hanging Basket Red, red cherry, dwarf, productive
4 PACKS MIXED CHERRY TOMATOES
4 PACKS MIXED GRAPE TOMATOES
HANGING BASKETS, RED CHERRY, YELLOW CHERRY, YELLOW PEAR, RED WEEPING CHERRY, PINK WEEPING CHERRY, MIXED BASKETS WITH RED AND YELLOW CHERRY TOMATO
Pepper List 2018 *market selections add + $.25 per plant for seed costs, market growers choices*
$1.00 each, $1.95 per 4 pack, $19.50 per flat (additional $.25 each per plant for market selections will be added, if they are selected, those have a * on the list and a blue tag)
TURNS FROM GREEN TO RED WHEN FULLY RIPE
Keystone Resistant Giant
Giant Marconi Red
TURNS FROM GREEN TO YELLOW WHEN FULLY RIPE
Golden California wonder
Sweet banana, these are yellow and will turn red
* Sweet Spot or Ethem hybrid sweet banana, these are yellow and will turn red
Cubanelle, these are yellow green and will turn red
Jackpot f2 same variety I got the world record with, saved seeds, they are throwing big peppers
TURNS FROM GREEN TO BROWN WHEN FULLY RIPE
Chocolate beauty bell
TURNS FROM GREEN TO ORANGE WHEN FULLY RIPE
Orange Sun bell
TURNS FROM WHITE TO RED WHEN FULLY RIPE
TURNS FROM PURPLE TO RED WHEN FULLY RIPE
Purple beauty bell
SWEET NON BELLS
Mini sweet snack pepper mix, mix of orange, yellow, red, like those sold in stores in the little containers!
Giant Marconi Red
Cubanelle, lime green to red
Sweet Banana, yellow to red
*Sweet Spot , hybrid sweet banana, yellow to red
Fruit basket, small plants good for pots, sweet orange mini bells, semi-trailing plant
Hot pepper list abc order with descriptions and scovilles
Aji Crystal, similar to sugar rush peach, pick at yellowish color, full ripe orangish red, slight grapefruit taste, up to 100,000 scovilles
Aji limo rojo, neat diamond shaped fruit, turns red, often has purplish color before ripening, 50,000 shu
Aji limon, 2” long, ½ “ wide, tasty citrusy flavor, amazing in salsa, prolific best if ripened but good green if you can’t wait, around 30,000 shu. Not a real tall plant can grow in pot easily.
Aji omnicolor, nice landscaping plant, does well in a pot, not super large, up to 2.5 feet. All different colors of peppers on plant at one time, orange, white, yellow, red, lavender, very ornamental. Nice fruity flavor, 30,000 scovilles. all ajis are from Peru
Aji orange, very tall plant can get up to 5 feet tall, covered in orange peppers around 2” long and skinny, very hot, like habanero. The taste was described as firecracker! They said it was upper mid heat but feels much hotter in your mouth.
Aji pineapple, 2” long ½” wide looks just like aji limon but with a slightly different flavor somewhat like pineapple (varies from plant to plant) a little hotter than aji limon, 30,000-75,000. Would also be ok in a pot but it is a little taller, bigger plant.
Aji rainforest, the hottest of the aji peppers, turns red, scovilles 50,000-75,000. Cool shape kind of similar to aji limo rojo, kind of diamond to bell shaped, turns red, from the rainforests of Brazil.
Alma Paprika, nice round pepper with thick wall. Dries well in a dehydrator, grind into a paprika with a somewhat spicy kick, about 1/3 as hot as a cayenne dried, produces well, lots of fun to make/use.
Anaheim Big Jim, a nice big long pepper around 6” long, will turn red if you leave them on the vine. Great to use green, dice and can, or freeze. Awesome in a fajita. Heat level around 200-500, can go hotter in dry weather. One variety grown in hatch new mexico as a hatch chile
Anaheim Sahuaro, very similar to big jim. See for description.
Ancho 101, delicious heart shaped pepper from Mexico, takes a long time to mature, but very tasty, great for stuffing, cut into strips and use in fajitas. Heat level mild, 200-500 scovilles
Apocalypse Scorpion, pepper from Italy, unknown cross, hot as can be! Shu 700,000-800,000 red, size of fruit, similar in size to habanero. Grows well in Indiana.
Bahamian Goat Pepper, nice peachy color, about the size and shape of habanero, love the taste on this one, a lot like scotch bonnet. Good producer. Shu around 100,000
BhutXNeyde Pink with purple, interesting colors of leaves and or peppers, decent heat 100,000-200,000, new for me this year, don’t know about taste
Bhut Jolokia , aka ghost pepper, comes in red (normal color) peach, chocolate, white, yellow. Red and chocolate taste the hottest but they are all really hot. Shu up to 1 million
Bhutlah brown, cross of bhut jolokia and 7 pot douglah, many people believe this is actually the hottest pepper in the world,.definitely scovilles around 2 million.
Big bang space chili, large chili up to 10” long, shu around 1000-5000, best used when green
Big Black mama, big mustard mama, big red mama, big yellow mama, similar pepper in varying colors. Nice producer for me, good flavor, heat level similar to primos and other super hots around 1,000,000 and over. This is one hot mother!!!!
Bishops crown pepper, very cool shape, kind of like a balloon with wings, like a bell. Red peppers, tall plants 3 feet and over. Grows well here, and it’s a tasty pepper. Not very hot in the wings at all, a little more heat towards stem. Overall shu around 5,000-15,000
Black Betty Pepper, nice purply color plant and really dark peppers, almost black. I do believe they might eventually ripen to red, but not sure. Heat level similar to habanero, 100,000 up to 150,000
Black Pearl, more of an ornamental, but edible too. You can use this like a thai hot to bring up the heat level in a stir fry, chili or salsa, but it doesn’t impart much flavor only heat. Great landscaping plant, really pretty in a pot or 10-12” hanging basket. Shu20-30 thousand.
Brazilian starfish, nice star shaped flattened pepper. Some are orange, and some are red. No heat to just a touch up at stem end. Scovilles around 500. Tall plants, very productive, good peppers to eat green or colored in salads. Really nice pickled green like a pepperoncini, distinctive flavor.
Carbonero, cross between an Indian Carbon Bhut, Yellow 7 pot, and orange habanero. Fruity flavor, big peppers, nice orangy color when ripe, shaped a little like a bhut, pointed and wrinkled, shu a little hotter than habanero 150,000
Carolina Reaper, world’s hottest according to Guiness world records. Red-standard color, also comes in chocolate, and peach, and yellow. 2,000,000 scovilles max. has a distinctive flavor, of course very hot, but tasty too. Saved some isolated seeds from a couple really bumpy peppers and have those listed as Carolina reaper extra gnarly red.
Cayenne, 50,75,000 shu. Aka crushed red pepper, good flavor for cooking, dries easily, thin walled. Several varients we have are long slim, Mesilla ( a little bigger but a little milder) and Thunder Mountain longhorn is a very long skinny one with 12-18” pods. All dry well just strung on strings or pull plant up at end of season and hang upside down in heated area to dry.
CPR Chocolate Primo Reaper, cross of Chocolate primo and reaper. Very hot as you can imagine, nice pepper, fairly productive, around 2,000,000 shu
Cumari do para , nice pea sized yellow pepper from Brazil. Great plant to grow in a pot or a hanging basket, covered with small peppers. Really unique flavor, kind of citrusy, very intense. Around 100,000 shu, and fun to grow. Good in salsa/stir fry too. Highly recommended as a very fun pepper to grow too
Death Spiral, Red, naga-bubblegum red cross. Interesting bumpy texture on pods, very hot, from England. Grow over 4 feet tall, ripen from green to peach and then red. Shu’s over 1,000, 000
Devil’s brain, red, cross of Brainstrain red and unknown pepper. 3-4” long pods, bumpy, extremely hot 1,000,000- 1, 200,000 shu floral flavor.
Fatalii peppers are basically the African version of a habanero. Similar in heat level, around 100,000 shu’s . They come in yellow, red, chocolate, and white, pointed shape kind of like a ghost pepper, or bhut jolokia, but not as hot. Great flavor
Fish pepper, grown around Philadelphia and Baltimore Maryland, often used in seafood cooking. Plants around 2.5 feet tall, have some variegation on theleaves. Peppers green to red, with often orange or yellow stages in between. Peppers around 2-3” long. SHU around 20,000-30,000
Garden salsa, pepper around 5 inches long, similar to Anaheim pepper only they are usually hotter. Anywhere from 5,000-10,000 scovilles, hottest if weather gets dry and later in the season.
Gator Jigsaw, like standard red Jigsaw, but turns a different greenish yellow color when ripe, scovilles around 900,000
Genghis Khan’s Brains Chile, red, Italian pepper created by same ones as apocalypse scorpion, unknown cross, decent sized peppers,almost 3 inches long and pointed, kind of bumpy on the outside, shiny skin. Some say this pepper is hotter than Carolina reaper, expect scovilles over 1,500,000
Ghostly Jalapeno, ghost/jalapeno cross, a little hotter than standard jalapeno, turns red but good to use green. Peppers around 5 inches long and 3/8” wide bumpy like a ghost pepper sometimes, sometimes smooth. Sweeter flavor and much much milder than bhut jolokia, estimated scovilles 10-15,000
Habanada, heatless habanero, turns orange, sweet flavor but musky like habanero. Floral sweet flavor with no heat.
Habanero pepper, comes in red, orange (standard), chocolate, white bullet. Shu’s range from 75,000 to 150,000 with hottest being white bullet, then chocolate, then red, then orange.
Hot paper Lantern, elongated different shaped red habanero, shu’s around 75,000-100,000. Thin stemmed, productive 3-4 inches long
Hungarian wax hot, aka hot banana pepper. 4-6” long Good pickled, in sandwiches, salsas, shu 3,000-10,000, depending on soil and weather can be variable. Picked younger, milder too. Will turn red. Hybrid versions, inferno, hot sunset
Indian Jwala pepper, shu’s around 50-75,000. Small green to red, thin walled, think cayenne type pepper shape, also called finger hot. Never get longer than your finger. Dry easily. I think have a more complex flavor than cayenne and slightly more lingering heat.
I scream scorpion, couldn’t decide where to put this one on the bench on the scorpion section or under I, the I won out…slightly milder of a Trinidad or moruga scorpion, this one supposedly has a sweeter flavor with a slight vanilla citrus flavor, and no bitterness. Shu around 750,000. Turns yellow to orange when ripe
Jalapenos. Standard size and heat, Early Jalapeno. Hotter Jalapeno M and Biker Billy, Milder Tam Mild and Jalapeno Lite, which is also bigger.Monster Jalapeno is a milder hybrid, mid heat range but very large, Purple Jalapeno is purple and also milder, Lemon spice, regular heat and size, but turns yellow instead of red. Orange spice, regular heat and size, turns orange.
Japanese Lantern, cute little round peppers, short plants, good for pots, baskets, ornamental with all colors on plant at once. Green leaves. Flavor, not bad at all for an ornamental, kind of fruity with no off flavors, shu around 20-40k
Jay’s peach ghost scorpion, real nice pepper with 3” long peach colored peppers, good producer, hotter than the surface of the sun but with a fruity flavor. Over 1 million scovilles
Jigsaw pepper, red, neat flavor, hard to get seeds of. Shu 1,000,000
Manzano Red pepper, manzano means apple and it’s an apple shape like a pimento pepper. Some heat but overall to me kind of like a hot pimento. Thick walled and juicy, would be good in fajitas too. SHU around 12k-30k if you keep them real dry and hot.
Monster chili, hybrid larger Anaheim type pepper, very mild up to 1000 shu, usually only gets that hot if its dry and you don’t water. Great to make canned diced chiles with, thin skins that you don’t have to peel. Turns red if you leave them on too long, better green.
Moruga Scorpion, Moruga Scorpion Caramel, Moruga Scorpion Lemon-Lime, all super hot shu over 1,500,000 different colors. Standard moruga scorpion is red.
Naga Jolokia, the pepper that started the whole hottest pepper race in my opinion. Nice red color pointed similar to bhut jolokia but not quite as hot, usually around 750,000 shu
Naglah Beast (red), Naglah Beast Chocolate, cross of bhut jolokia and 7 pot Douglah. Even if you like extremely hot peppers be careful with this one. It has a really strong lingering burn, shu around 1.2 million. This is one hot pepper! Developed by New Mexico Chili Institute
Peter Pepper (red), Yellow Peter Pepper, fun, anatomically correct little peppers look like little members. Some more than others, but some look pretty realistic. The reds show this trait more than the yellows from growing experience. Good part is they are kind of like a cayenne pepper, and really good to cook with too. Shu 30-50k
Rimmerhus fun strain, some kind of chocolate Trinidad Scorpion cross from Rimmerhus, Denmark. These produce different shapes on one plant, some look like reapers, some are long, some are twisted. Lots of heat there shu 800,000+ Very expensive seeds, they don’t produce a lot of seeds either.
RRC420 super hot invented by Ron Crum. Supposedly it made him feel “weird” when he ate them, hence the 420 part of the name, red peppers. Moruga scorpion crossed with ? shu 1.2-2 million, floral flavor with no bitterness, good producer, fun name.
SRTSL cross by Sara R from Trinidad, variant of Trinidad Scorpion, cool elongated shape, turns red, like someone took Trinidad Scorpion and held one end and pulled it like silly putty and made it longer. SHU crazy hot like Trinidad, 1.2 million is a good starting point. Seed originally from Trinidad. Good flavor on this one too because of the scorpion heritage.
Scotch bonnets, Orange, Yellow mushroom, Red. Scotch bonnets are their own food group. Essential for jerk chicken and pretty much in everything I cook. Fruity floral flavor, heat level similar to habanero or Bahamian goat, delicious pepper. Shu 75,000-100k Yellow mushroom is the standard, red and orange are varients. Cool shapes, usually a little smashed looking like a scotch hat, but can vary, especially with the red and orange colors.
Sepia serpent, new pepper for me this year, color brown, cross of 7 pot douglah and Trinidad scorpion butch t, so the flavor will be there, but so is the heat. They say these throw very big pods, up to the size of a golf ball in good conditions. Because when a pepper is shu 1 million +, you sure need it to be bigger! Lol
Serrano, Serrano del sol, serrano purple great traditional salsa peppers. Ask anyone from Mexico! Serrano is best used green, will turn red. Of course serrano purple is purple, will turn red when over ripe. Del sol is a larger hybrid serrano, almost as big as a small jalapeno. Shu 30,000, delicious!
7 pots are a large group from Trinidad and because of the heat and flavor, they’ve been crossed into all kinds of varients.
7 pot bubblegum, red, yellow, chocolate long, white these are named this because someone thought they tasted like bubblegum which I don’t get. Most of the peppers have a somewhat round shape except for the chocolate long. Very bumpy , very hot. The color of the ripe pepper goes up into the stem and calyx, making them easy to spot in a bucket of peppers. Shu 1 million +
7 pot Douglah, aka 7 pot douglah chocolate. There is no other color of true 7 pot douglah at this time. Anything else is a cross of some sort …definitely one of the worlds hottest, many crosses are made with this one. Shu definitely 1.5 million and up
7 pot primo red, yellow, chocolate strains of 7 pot by Troy Primeaux of Louisiana. These are some of my favorite super hots. Clean floral fruity taste, great in salsa (don’t use too much) makes a great pepper powder. Especially fruity is the yellow. Plenty of heat shu well over 1 million. Yellow feels less hot because of the sweet/fruitiness but testing shows its right up there too.
Sugar Rush peach, this actually is an aji pepper from peru. Larger peppers about 2-3 inches long and about an inch across, tapering to a blunt point. Start out kind of yellowish like hot banana, turn to a light peach color. As soon as they get full size you can pick them and not wait for color, it takes a while. Good sweet flavor at first bite, then lingering heat. Shu around 50,000-75,000. Fairly thick walled for a hot pepper. Most people love them, but not my hubby Ted, he picks up a weird off flavor in those that he doesn’t like. He also can’t stand a true Belgian wheat beer, so maybe if you hate Belgian wheat beers, pass on this one and try aji pineapple or aji limon instead.
Tabasco, small, very hot thin walled peppers, fermented for tabasco sauce. This is also the green peppers you see in bottles of vinegar down south at restaurants. You can easily make your own tabasco or vinegar sauce yourself, theres’s videos on you tube. They do have a lot of peppers, takes forever for them to turn ripe it seems. Pick them as they ripen and freeze to ferment later to get a batch. Before frost, pull up the whole plant and hang upside down in a heated area and all the ones that are big enough will also turn red. Put the green ones in vinegar, for more flavor, smash them a little with the bottom of a glass first.
Thai hot, Thai hot giant cute little pepper plants never over 2 feet tall. Thai hot has smaller peppers, about a million per plant, you can grow it in a hanging basket or patio pot. Not that hot, 75,000, but they burn forever and a day. Great flavor and authentic per my Thai friends at Thai Kitchen on South Walnut street (go there and eat!!!) Thai hot giant, not quite as hot, just a little bigger plant, peppers about 3x the size at 1-1.5 inches long by ½ “ wide. Shu probably 50,000, so just use more. Both of these dry readily, even air drying in Indiana! Totally recommend growing either in a pot and bringing in for winter dishes, even if you kill it, you’ll pick a lot of peppers off it first.
Thunder mountain Longhorn, cayenne variant, in my thoughts, not quite as hot shu 45k. Super long peppers that are very attention getting at market, but a pain in the butt to pick without breaking. And when customers handle them, they break them and then don’t want the broken ones. For home use, they are really fun, they would make a very pretty ristra, they are thin 12-18” long by 3/8” wide. And they air dry very well. Flavor is good, for a cayenne type. Would make great crushed red pepper flakes for pizza. Shu 35-50k
Trinidad Scorpions are a whole family of peppers now, originally from Trinidad, they are related to the 7 pots, some people say same peppers, some say 7 pots are a cross. Anyway, they all have extreme heat and extreme flavor. Shu over 1 million for most varients. .
Trinidad scorpion Lemon Lime matures to a greenish yellow color, if you let it go too long it gets full yellow, but it’s not crunchy then, aka mustard color. Tasting notes include good scorpion flavor, but less hot, 650,000 shu. So not melt your face hot.
Rimmerhus fun strain is a chocolate Trinidad scorpion cross that makes weird shapes, filed here in the R section. A little hotter than 1 million.
Trinidad scorpion sweet, turns from green to red, floral flavor and medium heat level. For Trinidad that means around 500,000 shu so you can use more. LOL 2’ long and plenty hot
Trinidad Scorpion Butch T is red, and Red-hot, worlds hottest pepper for about a year until reaper took over. 1.5 million +. Good flavor, fruity musky floral at the same time.
Yellow cardi is a nice fruity yellow version, less hot than Butch T, shu 1 million, these are good in salsa, dried, I like to mix with the ajis for a good “yellow pepper powder”
Tricolor Variegata, has leaves of purple, green and white swirled together. Peppers start out purple and turn red, about 2 feet tall, but looks even better if you pinch the tops out of the young plants a time or two to make them bushier. Not a lot of flavor, heat around 30,000, so good to use in stir fry or chili where you don’t want chili flavor, just heat.
Urfa biber, not related to Justin Bieber, is a Turkish pepper that’s similar to Aleppo I grew last year, but I couldn’t get seeds for. Notes of raisin, chocolate, and a dash of pipe tobacco, along with a little kick of heat make up the flavor profile of these Turkish chile flakes, according to one spice vendor. Super popular in middle eastern cooking, it says to get the complex flavor the peppers are sun dried during the day and sweated at night. So it sounds like put them out in the sun on a window screen and throw a towel over then at night until dry to me. Sounds fun to try! Shu 30,000-50,000 shape similar to a poblano pepper, I haven’t grown this one yet, so try drying a few on the screen, but around here, you might need a dehydrator because our humidity is much higher than Turkey.