Bhut Jolokia Red Chili Seeds
Before newer, hotter cultivars began to challenge each other almost every year for the record of being the hottest chili, the bhut jolokia (bih jolokia) was at the top of the list for a relatively long time (2007-2011). The plant originally comes from the Assam region in India and is a naturally-developed hybrid of the two species Capsicum chinense and Capsicum frutescens. Scores of different names are used online to describe the bhut jolokia pepper, including bih jolokia, naga jolokia, naga morich, rajan mircha, however, essentially they all refer to the same species, it is simply called by a slightly different name in a different region or is a regional variation of the same cultivar. It was grown and used in north-eastern India for many years before it became famous.
Thai Hot Bird’s Eye Chili seeds, 10tk
Info: The Thai Hot Birds Eye Chili is a growth from the US. The plants grow bushy and compact (80 cm height) and are well suited for cultivation in pot – the beautiful plants thrive well on window sills, terraces and balconies. The plants bear masses of small, upright and bright red chillies. They are about 1 x 5 cm long and thin-walled, fiery hot and aromatic. They have many uses in the kitchen, whether for cooking (not only for Asian dishes), drying or pickling.
Aji Limo Chili Seeds, 10pcs
Aji Limo Chili is one of the spiciest chilies from Peru. The bushy plants reach a height of approx. 90 cm. The bright yellow, drop-shaped and juicy fruits have a fruity lemon scent and an intense spiciness. They are very popular in Peruvian cuisine and are used in the Fish marinade “Ceviche”, they are also excellent for fruity salsas and sauces as well as for drying and making into a yellow chili powder.
Habanero Chocolate Long Chili seeds, 10pcs
The Habanero Chocolate Long Chili differs from other Habaneros through its chocolate brown colour and long shape. However, in terms of spiciness and flavour, it does not lack anything. The plants are bushy, reach up to 80 cm in height, and are very high yielding. The chilies are flavourful and fruity, and are suitable for making hot sauces and salsas as well as for drying and cooking.
Cherry Bomb Chili seeds, 10pcs
The Cherry Bomb gets its name from the fact that the chilies resemble cherries in their appearance. The plants remain very small (approx. 65 cm in height) and most have a small stem with a protruding crown. The plants usually produce many fruits, ensuring a beautiful sight in the garden or on the balcony. The fruits are very delicious, cherry-sized round peppers with a pleasant spiciness, making them excellent for pickling or stuffing e.g. with cream cheese. The spiciness can vary strongly from fruit to fruit.
Carolina Reaper Chili Seeds – World Record Holder, 10pcs
The Carolina Reaper has held the record of being the world`s hottest chili since November 2013. The variety was cultivated by chili farmer Ed Currie from the PuckerButt Pepper Company in South Carolina (USA). The name is a reference to the personification of death, the Grim Reaper, and the Carolina Reaper really is fatally hot. Even chili lovers are advised not to eat a whole pepper at once (the breeder also advises only eating them in the presence of another adult). People who are unused to eating hot chilies should not attempt to try it.
The average spice rating tested by the Chile Pepper Institute was 1,569,300 Scoville heat units, while individual specimens reached up to an incredible 2.2 million SHU.
Habanero Mexican Orange Chiliseeds, 10pcs
Habanero Mexican Orange Chili Seeds
Information: The habanero species is thought to originate in the Yucatan region in Mexico. Although the name “habanero” can be translated to mean “someone or something from Havana”, the plant is only found growing in isolation on the island of Cuba. Even today, it is primarily grown on the Yucatan peninsula, however it is predominantly orange and yellow habanero varieties grown here. The red variant usually comes from the Caribbean or the southern states of the USA.
The Habanero Mexican Orange Chili is a traditional, very hot chili variety from Mexico; it is around 50 times hotter than a jalapeño chili. The thin-walled fruits are round, wrinkled and grow to be approximately 5cm long and 3cm wide. Their shape is similar to that of a mini pepper. They have such an intensely fruity flavour, that many other types of chili find it very difficult to compete with the habanero pepper. Their tropical, fruity flavour makes them an essential ingredient in every salsa and means they can be paired particularly well with tropical fruits. The colour changes from pale green to orange. The plants produce a large number of medium-sized orange fruits.
Care: Germination temperature is between 22°C and 28°C (germination period: 12-21 days); it is therefore recommended to use a greenhouse and a heating mat. The plants need fresh, well-fertilised, permeable soil, and do not tolerate waterlogging. They should be planted in a sunny, protected place with at least 6 hours of sunlight – preferably more. As the plants have a particularly long maturation period, it is recommended to grow them in a pot, so that you can easily bring the plant inside when the temperature falls below 12°C during the day, allowing all the fruits to ripen. To keep the plant over the winter, cut it back by 20cm after harvesting and place in a light place where it is at least 15°C.
Big Bang Chili seeds, 10pcs
Information: The Big Bang Chocolate Chilli is an extremely hot variant of the Indian Naga Morich Chilli and has a corresponding boom. The plants grow bushy and get about 70-100 cm tall. The chocolate brown pods are elongated, slightly folded and have a rough surface. Besides being really hot, they have a slightly fruity flavour. The chillies are particularly suitable for making chilli powder, Hot sauces and for spicing up cooking.
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Caramel chili seeds, 10 pcs
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Caramel Chili Seeds
Info: The Trindad Scorpion Moruga Caramel Chili originates from the Caribbean and is a variety of the Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Chili, that was awarded the title of being the world`s hottest Chili in 2012. The pods ripen in a Beautiful peach colour, and just as hot and can clearly be recognised by the spike on the chili`s pointed end. They have a very aromatic and fruity flavour and they are suitable for sauces and drying.
Jalopeno Lemon Spice Chili seeds, 10pcs
Information: Named after the town of Jalapa (Veracruz) in Mexico, the Jalapeno chili is one of the best-known and most-loved chilies in Mexico and the United States. This extraordinary, bright yellow Jalapeno is a breed of the Chile Pepper Institute of the New Mexican University. It produces beautiful, approx. 8 cm long chillies, which develop quite a heat for a Jalapeno. The plants grow compactly between 50 and 70 cm high and remain rather compact also in the crown. Jalapeños are one of the few types of chili that also taste good in their green, unripe state. As they ripen to yellow, their flavour becomes pleasantly sweet. The fruits sometimes have a cracked, cork-like surface, which Mexicans believe to be a sign of good quality. Whilst they are still green, jalapeños sometimes tend to display dark spots, however these disappear again as they are ripe (so please do not think that this is a sign of disease or decay).
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Chili Seeds 10 pcs.
In 2012, the Trinidad Scorpion Moruga was award the title of being the world`s hottest chili. It was cultivated on Trinidad and Tobago, an island nation off the coast of Venezuela. The measurements of the Chile Pepper Institute of New Mexico State University gave average values of 1,207,764 Scoville heat units with top values of over 2 million SHU, the first time that a chili plant had reached values exceeding 2 million SHU.
Cayenne Long Slim chili seeds 10pcs
Cayenne Long Slim Chili Seeds
Information: The cayenne chili pepper is one of the most common varieties of chili in the world and is a real classic on your spice rack. The variety originates from Latin America and is predominantly sold as `cayenne pepper` in our part of the world. However, the name can lead to some confusion as it doesn`t refer to (black) pepper as one might assume, but to powdered chili pepper.
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Chocolate Chili Seeds 10pcs.
The pods ripen in a beautiful chocolate brown colour, are slightly larger than those of the Red TSM, but just as hot and can clearly be recognised by the spike on the chili`s pointed end. They have a very aromatic and fruity flavour, maybe a bit milder and smokier than the other varieties. They are suitable for sauces and drying.
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