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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties

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7 MOLHOS

Species: Chinense | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Hot


Light Peach Colored Chinense.


Allen M Boatman

7 POD (7 POT)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Nuclear


This variety is from the Chaguanas area of Trinidad. It has built up an almost myth like quality. In Caribbean regions it is also known as 7 pot as one pod is said to provide enough heat to spice up 7 pots of stew. Pods are habenaro like in there shape but have the characteristic 'pimpling' as found on another fearsome variety - the Naga Morich. Unusually the proportion of Placental tissue is very high - a allusion to why this pepper is so outrageously hot. We now see this pepper in various colours - red, yellow, brown, white and burgundy. No doubt purple will be along soon, followed by Cappuchino, Dusty Pink...


theChileman

theChileman

7 POD BARRACKPORE

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Nuclear


This variety is closely linked to the 7 Pot/Pod and Trinidad Scorpion landrace varieties. It may or may not be a different variety.


Chris Phillips

7 POD BRAIN STRAIN

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Nuclear


This variety is closely linked to the 7 Pot/Pod and Trinidad Scorpion landrace varieties. It may or may not be a different variety.


Chris Phillips

7 POD JONAH

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Nuclear


This variety is closely linked to the 7 Pot/Pod and Trinidad Scorpion landrace varieties. It may or may not be a different variety.


Chris Phillips

7 POD PRIMO

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Nuclear


This variety is closely linked to the 7 Pot/Pod and Trinidad Scorpion landrace varieties. It may or may not be a different variety.


Chris Phillips

7 POT RENNIE

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Nuclear


This variety is closely linked to the 7 Pot/Pod and Trinidad Scorpion landrace varieties. It may or may not be a different variety.


7-POD WHITE

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Extremely Hot


This variety has been suggested by a member and has not yet been verified. It may be a different name for an existing variety, or one of the many new names being used for unstable variations on the main superhot varieties.





7POT CHAGUANAS RED

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Nuclear


This variety has been suggested by a member and has not yet been verified. It may be a different name for an existing variety, or one of the many new names being used for unstable variations on the main superhot varieties.





7POT INFINITY

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Nuclear


This variety has been suggested by a member and has not yet been verified. It may be a different name for an existing variety, or one of the many new names being used for unstable variations on the main superhot varieties.





7POT SARA STRAIN

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Nuclear


This variety has been suggested by a member and has not yet been verified. It may be a different name for an existing variety, or one of the many new names being used for unstable variations on the main superhot varieties.





ACEITUNO (PI 281443)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Venezuela | Heat: Hot


A Habanero type hot pepper named after the region in Venezuela where it is grown. This plant produces good yields of 1 " long by 1 " wrinkled bell shaped pods which mature from green to orange in approximately 100 days. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) registered PI 281443


Dr R Jarret USDA ARS

AGRONALDO DE ASTI

Species: Chinense | Origin: Guatemala | Heat: Unknown


Glossy chiles from Guatemala. A miniature chilhuacle but with more heat


Semillas La Palma

AJI BROWN

Species: Chinense | Origin: Peru | Heat: Mild


The Aji Brown also known as 'Aji Panca' is the second most common Aji variety in Peru and is grown mainly near the coast. It is sometimes mistaked for a Baccatum but is actually part of the Chinense species.. The plant is white flowering and can grow up to 3ft in a single season. The pods are large measuring 4 to 6 inches long and 1 to 1 1/2 inches across, have medium thick flesh with a berry flavour and smokey overtones. They mature from green to a deep rich brown in approximately 85 days. Its aromatic taste makes it superb raw in salsas or salads. 1,000-1,500 Scoville units


Cross Country Nurseries

AJI CACHUCHA

Species: Chinense | Origin: Cuba | Heat: Mild


Aji Cachucha is a small mild, sweet-tasting pepper used in many traditional Cuban dishes. It is also sometimes known (especially in Puerto Rico) as an Aji Dulce. The pods ripen from a light pale green to a yellow/orange. Don't confuse this pepper with the habanero, which looks very similar and is related, as although it has the Habanero flavour,it has none of the heat.


Allen M Boatman
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