Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties

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AJI HABANERO

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Medium
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2 to 2.5 inches long by 0.5 to 0.75 inches wide; Andean Aji Type; matures from yellow green to orange; pendant pods; from S. America; Uses: Tall Variety; Long Season;Very interesting taste. Combination of sweet and sour taste. Not too hot, just nice little heat.


© Jukka Kilpinen

© Jakob Axelsson

CANCUN HABANERO

Species: Chinense | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Very Hot
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© Allen M Boatman

CHOCOLATE HABANERO

Species: Chinense | Origin: Jamaica | Heat: Extremely Hot
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The notorious & viciously hot Chocolate Habañero ranks among the deadly few at the top of the heat scale registering upto 450,000 scoville heat units. Indeed the Chile Pepper Institute of New Mexico State University reported that the Chocolate Habanero Chile was the hottest chile pepper they had tested. Also known as the 'Congo black' the fruits have a unique, rich flavor unduplicated by any other pepper. The 2" fruits ripen from an emerald green to a gorgeous, chocolate brown approximately 100 days after transplanting. The ultimate salsa pepper used to make the famous Jamaican Jerk Sauce. The variety is a must for heat lovers..


© Mark McMullan

HABANERO 99

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot
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Description currently unavailable.


© Mats & Patricia Pettersson

HABANERO ADALBERTO

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown
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Description currently unavailable.


© Claudiotxr

HABANERO AMARILLO (PI 438535)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Belize | Heat: Very Hot
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Fruit ovate, pungent, yellow, 1 cm wide, 2cm long.


© Allen M Boatman

HABANERO ANARANJADO (PI 438630)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Very Hot
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Fruit pointed, pungent, orange 2.5cm diameter, 4cm long.


© Allen M Boatman

HABANERO BIG SUN

Species: Chinense | Origin: Africa | Heat: Very Hot
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The Big Sun is an African family member of the Habanero family but with larger fruits. The wrinkled fruits are approximately 6cm long and 5cm wide and have astrong fruity flavour. They grow on a bushy plant and mature from a dark green colour to a fantastic vivid yellow. 300,000 SHU


© Mark McMullan

© Semillas La Palma

HABANERO BLACK CONGO

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot
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Description currently unavailable


© Stephen Foster (SBS)

HABANERO BROWN

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot
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This extra-large habanero is not only special for its size and productivity, it also ranks as one of the world's hottest peppers. Expect an impressive harvest of these 2-1/2 inch long chocolate brown peppers, but handle with care as these fruit are searingly hot. This is a beautiful and very tasty habanero for hot chile fans to add to their gardens. 85 days.


© Mats & Patricia Pettersson

© Mats & Patricia Pettersson

HABANERO CAPPUCCINO

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot
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This habanero variety is very similar to the Red Habanero, but the pods colour is darker. In the final immature stage the pods have a light brown colour similar to that of a cappuccino. Immature pods shown here.


© Allen Boatman

© Mickey Baker

HABANERO CARIBBEAN RED

Species: Chinense | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Extremely Hot
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Originating from the Yucutan Peninsula in Mexico, this pepper variety is FEROCIOUSLY HOT and is thought to be the second hottest chile pepper variety on the planet measuring a scorching 445,000 scoville units. This makes it twice as hot as a standard Habanero Chile and over 80 times hotter than an Jalapeno Pepper! The slightly wrinkled chiles are approximately 1 inch wide by 1.5 inches long and are similiar in shape to the Habanero. The chiles ripen from lime green to a brilliant red in 110 days and are produced on very productive plants that reach 30 inches tall. As well as the blistering heat, they have a lovely fruity flavour which makes them an excellent choice for use in salsa's, marinades and of course, in hot sauce. Note: An immature pod is shown here.


© Mark McMullan

HABANERO CONDORS BEAK

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown
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Compact plants height 30cm spread 60cm, hot fruits ripen from purple to dark red (an unripe pod is shown here).


© Guy Holman

© Guy Holman

HABANERO CRAIGS 2X HOT

Species: Chinense | Origin: USA | Heat: Very Hot
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Description currently unavailable.


© Guy Holman

HABANERO DAVIE PEACH (PI 572560)

Species: Chinense | Origin: USA | Heat: Very Hot
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This 2 1/2 to 3ft white flowering plant produces good yields of rough skinned. 2in long fruits which start off light green before maturing to a light peach and then a dark peach colour (hence the name). The fruits fully mature approximately 100 days after transplanting. The pods have a wonderful fruity flavour an searing heat. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) number PI 572560


© Allen M Boatman

© Harry Nyström