Here is the Hinkelhatz Pepper, Capsicum annuum' Scoville units: 125,000 SHU. This rare Pennsylvania dutch heirloom packs considerable heat. Somewhere around 125,000 SHU, Its name aptly describes the size and shape of its 3/4 x 1-1/2 inch pendant peppers that taper to a blunt point. Ripening from green to red, and has a tougher skin then most peppers which make it great for drying. Tho these peppers are rarely eaten raw, the peppers were traditionally used for pickling and making pepper vinegar. Plants are good producers and can get to 5 feet tall! Open pollinated 80 days.
Here is the Hinkelhatz Pepper, Capsicum annuum' Scoville units: 125,000 SHU. This rare Pennsylvania dutch heirloom packs considerable heat. Somewhere around 125,000 SHU, Its name aptly describes the size and shape of its 3/4 x 1-1/2 inch pendant peppers that taper to a blunt point. Ripening from green to red, and has a tougher skin then most peppers which make it great for drying. Tho these peppers are rarely eaten raw, the peppers were traditionally used for pickling and making pepper vinegar. Plants are good producers and can get to 5 feet tall! Open pollinated 80 days.
Here is the Hinkelhatz Pepper, Capsicum annuum' Scoville units: 125,000 SHU. This rare Pennsylvania dutch heirloom packs considerable heat. Somewhere around 125,000 SHU, Its name aptly describes the size and shape of its 3/4 x 1-1/2 inch pendant peppers that taper to a blunt point. Ripening from green to red, and has a tougher skin then most peppers which make it great for drying. Tho these peppers are rarely eaten raw, the peppers were traditionally used for pickling and making pepper vinegar. Plants are good producers and can get to 5 feet tall! Open pollinated 80 days.

Hinkelhatz Pepper

Capsicum annuum

Here is the Hinkelhatz Pepper, Capsicum annuum' Scoville units: 125,000 SHU. This rare Pennsylvania dutch heirloom packs considerable heat. Somewhere around 125,000 SHU, Its name aptly describes the size and shape of its 3/4 x 1-1/2 inch pendant peppers that taper to a blunt point. Ripening from green to red, and has a tougher skin then most peppers which make it great for drying. Tho these peppers are rarely eaten raw, the peppers were traditionally used for pickling and making pepper vinegar. Plants are good producers and can get to 5 feet tall! Open pollinated 80 days.

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