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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties


FARIA (TOBAGO SCOTCH BONNET)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Tobago | Heat: Hot


Description currently unavailable.


Allen M Boatman

GRENADA SCOTCH BONNET

Species: Chinense | Origin: Grenada | Heat: Very Hot


Description currently unavailable.



Mats & Patricia Pettersson

SCOTCH BONNET

Species: Chinense | Origin: Caribbean | Heat: Hot


Very closely related to the Habanero chile, the Scotch Bonnet (or Bahamian, Bahama Mama, Jamaican Hot or Martinique Pepper) is just about as hot. It has a similar apple-cherry tomato flavour. Like the Habanero, it is spherical, although rather more squashed in shape and it is smaller, 3.25-4 cm in diameter. Native to the Caribbean, it is available in the UK in green, yellow, orange, white, brown and red as well as multi-toned.


The Chilli Pepper Company

SCOTCH BONNET BURKINA YELLOW

Species: Chinense | Origin: Burkina Faso | Heat: Very Hot


The Burkina Yellow Chilli is an African strain of the famous Scotch Bonnet hot pepper. The Plant produces heavy yields of 1 " long by 1 " wide wrinkled hot peppers that are an elongated pointed lantern shape with a dented surface. They mature from light green to a beautiful lemon yellow approximately 80-100 days after seedlings emerge. A rare variety and a collectors dream.


Cross Country Nurseries

Semillas La Palma

SCOTCH BONNET CHOCOLATE

Species: Chinense | Origin: Jamaica | Heat: Hot


Jamaican pepper with hot, fruity and smoky flavour. Has the smell and taste of a Caribbean Red. Ripens from dark green to a chocolate brown. Thick flesh pod and deeply ribbed. About 120-180 days from germination to ripe fruit, depending on growing conditions. (Capsicum chinense Jacq.).


Allen M Boatman

SCOTCH BONNET PINK

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown


Description currently unavailable.


Mats & Patricia Pettersson

Mats & Patricia Pettersson

SCOTCH BONNET RED

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot


This very hot, firey variety produces globular shaped fruits which ripen from pale green to bright red.The plant has a short bushy plant habit and is late maturing. Approximately 100,000 - 300,000 scoville heat units (SHU)


The Chile Seed Company

SCOTCH BONNET SWEET

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: sweet


A rare pepper from Jeff Nekola's collection and one for the serious chile enthusiast. As the name suggests this is a Scotch Bonnet pepper without the heat. Short bushy plants bear little wrinkled orange peppers with an amazing fruity taste. The smell from a single cut pepper will permeate the whole room! The flavour is hard to describe, but is unlike any other pepper, and really nice - makes incredible pasta sauce.


Realseeds

SCOTCH BONNET YELLOW

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Very Hot


Description currently unavailable.


Cross Country Nurseries

TOBAGO ORANGE SCOTCH BONNET

Species: Chinense | Origin: Tobago | Heat: Hot


Very heavy setter of 1x2" prune-shaped fruits which turn from red-orange to dark red at maturity; very hot, smokey flavor with strong fruit overtones.


Jeff Nekola UWGB

TOBAGO SWEET SCOTCH BONNET

Species: Chinense | Origin: Tobago | Heat: Sweet


C. chinense; heavy set of 2x2" prune-shaped deep red fruits; strong smokey flavor with fruit overtones but no heat


Jeff Nekola UWGB

TRUE JAMAICAN SCOTCH BONNET

Species: Chinense | Origin: Jamaica | Heat: Very Hot


A very compact, densely foliaged plants bear an abundance of bright yellow or red, thin-skinned hot peppers that are shaped like a tam o' shanter. Actually a type of squash pepper. Interesting shape and spicy taste make this pepper good to eat fresh, pickle, or use as a garnish. 95 days.


Allen M Boatman

Semillas La Palma

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