Here is the Tobago Seasoning Pepper, Capsicum Chinense, Scoville units: 10,000 to 15,500 SHU. This peppers originates from the island of Trinidad & Tobago the home of the 7 pot pepper. This rare habanero  type pepper variety is traditionally used in Caribbean cooking and is quite tasty an used  throughout many countries in the Caribbean. Pods start out lime green in color then turn dark orange or red in color when fully ripe and gets to 1.75 to 2 inches across. Plants can get to 3+ feet tall and tend to very bushy producing dozens of peppers. Pods have an amazing rich fruity flavor when fresh and when dried, they also have an amazing flavor too! Tho the heat is not very high, they still have a nice striking Chinense burn that last for a while! Excellent for eating fresh, drying and pickled! This is a mid season variety so start early! Open pollinated 75 to 90+ days.
Here is the Tobago Seasoning Pepper, Capsicum Chinense, Scoville units: 10,000 to 15,500 SHU. This peppers originates from the island of Trinidad & Tobago the home of the 7 pot pepper. This rare habanero  type pepper variety is traditionally used in Caribbean cooking and is quite tasty an used  throughout many countries in the Caribbean. Pods start out lime green in color then turn dark orange or red in color when fully ripe and gets to 1.75 to 2 inches across. Plants can get to 3+ feet tall and tend to very bushy producing dozens of peppers. Pods have an amazing rich fruity flavor when fresh and when dried, they also have an amazing flavor too! Tho the heat is not very high, they still have a nice striking Chinense burn that last for a while! Excellent for eating fresh, drying and pickled! This is a mid season variety so start early! Open pollinated 75 to 90+ days.
Here is the Tobago Seasoning Pepper, Capsicum Chinense, Scoville units: 10,000 to 15,500 SHU. This peppers originates from the island of Trinidad & Tobago the home of the 7 pot pepper. This rare habanero  type pepper variety is traditionally used in Caribbean cooking and is quite tasty an used  throughout many countries in the Caribbean. Pods start out lime green in color then turn dark orange or red in color when fully ripe and gets to 1.75 to 2 inches across. Plants can get to 3+ feet tall and tend to very bushy producing dozens of peppers. Pods have an amazing rich fruity flavor when fresh and when dried, they also have an amazing flavor too! Tho the heat is not very high, they still have a nice striking Chinense burn that last for a while! Excellent for eating fresh, drying and pickled! This is a mid season variety so start early! Open pollinated 75 to 90+ days.

Tobago Seasoning Pepper

Capsicum Chinense

Here is the Tobago Seasoning Pepper, Capsicum Chinense, Scoville units: 10,000 to 15,500 SHU. This peppers originates from the island of Trinidad & Tobago the home of the 7 pot pepper. This rare habanero  type pepper variety is traditionally used in Caribbean cooking and is quite tasty an used  throughout many countries in the Caribbean. Pods start out lime green in color then turn dark orange or red in color when fully ripe and gets to 1.75 to 2 inches across. Plants can get to 3+ feet tall and tend to very bushy producing dozens of peppers. Pods have an amazing rich fruity flavor when fresh and when dried, they also have an amazing flavor too! Tho the heat is not very high, they still have a nice striking Chinense burn that last for a while! Excellent for eating fresh, drying and pickled! This is a mid season variety so start early! Open pollinated 75 to 90+ days.

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