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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties


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

TORENOG

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown


Description currently unavailable.


Jukka Kilpinen

TOUVIN

Species: Chinense | Origin: Cambodia | Heat: Hot


Description currently unavailable


TRINIDAD 7 POD BUBBLEGUM

Species: Chinense | Origin: Unknown | 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.





TRINIDAD DOUGLAH (BROWN 7 POD)

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. This pepper is a relatively new variation on the original Trinidad superhots. Ripe pods are brown in colour, with the white internal membrane covering much of the inside of the pepper. There is still debate as to whether the brown or chocolate 7 Pod is the same variety as the Douglah.


Chris Phillips

TRINIDAD MOROVAS

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. Sometimes the spelling is Morovars. Appears in red and yellow versions.


Chris Phillips

TRINIDAD PERFUME

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Mild


This habanero type variety produces 1 to 1.5 in long by 1 to 1.25in wide 'turks cap' type pods which matures from green to bright yellow. The pods have a fantastic aroma and good smoky flavour with no heat.


theChileman

theChileman

TRINIDAD SCORPION

Seeds for this variety are available in the seed exchange!

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Nuclear


This variety is reputed to be a very scary pepper!!! The plants are tall, upright and reasonably productive bearing 2 to 3in long pendant pods which taper to a sharp pointed 'tail'. The pods mature from green to orange and finally red approximately 90-120 days after transplanting (similar to some of the other long season chinese species). The variety is also found in versions maturing to yellow and to brown. In terms of pungency, the pods of this much sort after variety are outrageously hot.


theChileman

theChileman

TRINIDAD SCORPION BUTCH T

Seeds for this variety are available in the seed exchange!

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.


Josh Fancher

TRINIDAD SCORPION MOROUGA BLEND

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

TRINIDAD SEASONING

Species: Chinense | Origin: Trinidad | Heat: Mild


Also known as Tobago Seasoning, Trinidad Red or Trinidad Yellow. This variety is from the same family as the Habanero but with very low heat (500 SHU). The pods mature from yellow to red in 90 days.


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

TURRIALBA (GRIF 15853)

Species: Chinense | Origin: France | Heat: Unknown


Piquin type. More detailed information is currently unavailable.


UVILLA GRANDE (PI 281393)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Unknown


Description currently unavailable.


Dr R Jarret USDA ARS

theChileman

UVILLA GRANDE (PI 439434)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Peru | Heat: Hot


Fruits are typical C. Chinense., very hot, with a strong smoky flavor. They are small (no more than " diameter), resembling a miniature scalloped tomato, grow upright on the plant, and are almost always in pairs. This native of Peru is a very unique and very rare chile pepper. Don't let the pretty orange color fool you. This one is hot!


Allen M Boatman
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