Here is the Scotch Bonnet Haiti Red Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 80,000 – 400,000 This rare scotch bonnet type is from Haiti. An iconic hot pepper in Haitian cuisine, and popular throughout the Caribbean. It is said it was once used to make pepper pot soup in earlier history.  But this variety is disappearing from the market place do to lack of interest. Fruits are rounded, with ribs and have a very hot flavor, similar to some of the habanero. Unlike most Scotch Bonnet peppers this one is often confused with many habaneros but this one has the taste of a scotch bonnet! Open pollinated 65 days.
Here is the Scotch Bonnet Haiti Red Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 80,000 – 400,000 This rare scotch bonnet type is from Haiti. An iconic hot pepper in Haitian cuisine, and popular throughout the Caribbean. It is said it was once used to make pepper pot soup in earlier history.  But this variety is disappearing from the market place do to lack of interest. Fruits are rounded, with ribs and have a very hot flavor, similar to some of the habanero. Unlike most Scotch Bonnet peppers this one is often confused with many habaneros but this one has the taste of a scotch bonnet! Open pollinated 65 days.
Here is the Scotch Bonnet Haiti Red Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 80,000 – 400,000 This rare scotch bonnet type is from Haiti. An iconic hot pepper in Haitian cuisine, and popular throughout the Caribbean. It is said it was once used to make pepper pot soup in earlier history.  But this variety is disappearing from the market place do to lack of interest. Fruits are rounded, with ribs and have a very hot flavor, similar to some of the habanero. Unlike most Scotch Bonnet peppers this one is often confused with many habaneros but this one has the taste of a scotch bonnet! Open pollinated 65 days.

Scotch Bonnet Haiti Red pepper

Capsicum chinense

Here is the Scotch Bonnet Haiti Red Pepper, Capsicum chinense, Scoville units: 80,000 – 400,000 This rare scotch bonnet type is from Haiti. An iconic hot pepper in Haitian cuisine, and popular throughout the Caribbean. It is said it was once used to make pepper pot soup in earlier history.  But this variety is disappearing from the market place do to lack of interest. Fruits are rounded, with ribs and have a very hot flavor, similar to some of the habanero. Unlike most Scotch Bonnet peppers this one is often confused with many habaneros but this one has the taste of a scotch bonnet! Open pollinated 65 days.

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