Here is the Datil Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 150,000+ SHU. It originated in Chile and is a  Blazing hot pepper! At 3.5 inches long, these fruits ripen to a brilliant orange-yellow. The heat can be vicious, being comparable to a habanero or Fatalii pepper but the flavor is more complex, sweeter and more fruity. Some say it originated from St. Augustine, Florida. Local legend says they were brought there from Spain, where they do enjoy a following in Menorca. However, they may also have originated in Chile. Plants get to around 3 feet and bushy. Open pollinated 70 days.
Here is the Datil Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 150,000+ SHU. It originated in Chile and is a  Blazing hot pepper! At 3.5 inches long, these fruits ripen to a brilliant orange-yellow. The heat can be vicious, being comparable to a habanero or Fatalii pepper but the flavor is more complex, sweeter and more fruity. Some say it originated from St. Augustine, Florida. Local legend says they were brought there from Spain, where they do enjoy a following in Menorca. However, they may also have originated in Chile. Plants get to around 3 feet and bushy. Open pollinated 70 days.
Here is the Datil Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 150,000+ SHU. It originated in Chile and is a  Blazing hot pepper! At 3.5 inches long, these fruits ripen to a brilliant orange-yellow. The heat can be vicious, being comparable to a habanero or Fatalii pepper but the flavor is more complex, sweeter and more fruity. Some say it originated from St. Augustine, Florida. Local legend says they were brought there from Spain, where they do enjoy a following in Menorca. However, they may also have originated in Chile. Plants get to around 3 feet and bushy. Open pollinated 70 days.

Datil Pepper

Capsicum chinense

Here is the Datil Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 150,000+ SHU. It originated in Chile and is a  Blazing hot pepper! At 3.5 inches long, these fruits ripen to a brilliant orange-yellow. The heat can be vicious, being comparable to a habanero or Fatalii pepper but the flavor is more complex, sweeter and more fruity. Some say it originated from St. Augustine, Florida. Local legend says they were brought there from Spain, where they do enjoy a following in Menorca. However, they may also have originated in Chile. Plants get to around 3 feet and bushy. Open pollinated 70 days.

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