Chilli Caribbean Yellow Habanero 450K+ SHU
Chilli Caribbean Yellow Habanero 450K+ SHU
Chilli Caribbean Yellow Habanero 450K+ SHU
Chilli Caribbean Yellow Habanero 450K+ SHU
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Chilli Caribbean Yellow Habanero 450K+ SHU

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Introducing the Heirloom Caribbean Yellow Extreme Hot Hanenaro chili pepper, a rare and unique variety known for its fiery heat and vibrant yellow color. This pepper is grown using heirloom farming methods, preserving its unique characteristics and flavors for future generations. With a Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) rating of 450,000, it is one of the hottest peppers in the world, making it a favorite among chili pepper enthusiasts and those who enjoy a serious kick of heat in their food.

The Caribbean Yellow Extreme Hot Hanenaro pepper is native to the Caribbean islands, where it has been grown and used in traditional dishes for centuries. This chili pepper is known for its small, round shape and vibrant yellow color. The pepper's heat level is extremely high, making it a popular choice for those who enjoy a extreme level of heat.

This pepper is grown using organic farming methods, which means that it is not treated with synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. Instead, the farmer use natural methods that promote healthy soil and plant growth. This results in a chili pepper that is not only delicious but also safe for consumption.

In summary, Heirloom Caribbean Yellow Extreme Hot Hanenaro chili pepper is a rare and unique variety known for its fiery heat and vibrant yellow color. It's grown using heirloom and organic farming methods, preserving its unique characteristics and flavors for future generations. With a SHU rating of 450,000, it's one of the hottest peppers in the world, making it a favorite among chili pepper enthusiasts and those who enjoy a serious kick of heat in their food. This pepper is native to the Caribbean islands, where it has been grown and used in traditional dishes for centuries.

An Open Pollinated, Heirloom variety also popularly known as Jamaican Habanero. THE HOTTEST of all among the Habanero family, the Caribbean Yellow Habanero weighs in at a blistering 450,000 Scoville Units. Believed to have originated in the Yucatan region of Mexico, the Yellow Caribbean is now common throughout the Caribbean and North America. Produces fruits about an inch and a half in length.

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