Here is the Biquinho Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 000 ~ 1000 SHU. This pepper originates from Minas Gerais, Brazil and also known as Chupetinho, Pimenta de Bico, Chupetinha and Little Beak. It is considered by some as a Land Race species and comes in red or yellow and are about 3/4 inches with a shinny skin. This listing is for the red variety. We found this pepper to be a heavy producer an so far a sweet pepper but can pick heat later in the season. Plants get to around 3 feet tall loaded with these little beak peppers but can get bigger in full sun. They are mostly used for pickling in Brazil. Open pollinated, 75 days.
Here is the Biquinho Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 000 ~ 1000 SHU. This pepper originates from Minas Gerais, Brazil and also known as Chupetinho, Pimenta de Bico, Chupetinha and Little Beak. It is considered by some as a Land Race species and comes in red or yellow and are about 3/4 inches with a shinny skin. This listing is for the red variety. We found this pepper to be a heavy producer an so far a sweet pepper but can pick heat later in the season. Plants get to around 3 feet tall loaded with these little beak peppers but can get bigger in full sun. They are mostly used for pickling in Brazil. Open pollinated, 75 days.
Here is the Biquinho Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 000 ~ 1000 SHU. This pepper originates from Minas Gerais, Brazil and also known as Chupetinho, Pimenta de Bico, Chupetinha and Little Beak. It is considered by some as a Land Race species and comes in red or yellow and are about 3/4 inches with a shinny skin. This listing is for the red variety. We found this pepper to be a heavy producer an so far a sweet pepper but can pick heat later in the season. Plants get to around 3 feet tall loaded with these little beak peppers but can get bigger in full sun. They are mostly used for pickling in Brazil. Open pollinated, 75 days.

Biquinho Pepper

Capsicum chinense

Here is the Biquinho Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 000 ~ 1000 SHU. This pepper originates from Minas Gerais, Brazil and also known as Chupetinho, Pimenta de Bico, Chupetinha and Little Beak. It is considered by some as a Land Race species and comes in red or yellow and are about 3/4 inches with a shinny skin. This listing is for the red variety. We found this pepper to be a heavy producer an so far a sweet pepper but can pick heat later in the season. Plants get to around 3 feet tall loaded with these little beak peppers but can get bigger in full sun. They are mostly used for pickling in Brazil. Open pollinated, 75 days.

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