[1,600,000 SHU] Variety created in Italy developed by the AIASP association. Even though it's been around for a few years, few people are familiar with it. You note immediately the unmistakable characteristic of the vrey wrinkly mesocarp. Spiced taste and high heat that remains in the mouth for a long time.
[1,500,000 SHU] Originally from the Moruga region located in the south of Trinidad, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion is as big as a golf ball. It was the hottest pepper in the world (until it was overtaken by the Carolina Reaper in 2013).
[950,000 SHU] [C. Annuum] [F3] Big Riot Chocolate, obtained by crossing the Big Black Mama and BubbleGum 7 Pot. Large fruit, but still not stable; could also bear fruit with colored glass, a famous feature of the father BubbleGum 7 pot.
[850,000 SHU] The Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia or Naga Jolokia, or Phantom chili was born from a natural hybridization between Capsicum chinense and Capsicum frutescens. Originally from India, it is listed as one of the hottest peppers in the world, ranked in 2001 as the hottest pepper in the world.
[850,000 SHU] The Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia or Naga Jolokia or Phantom chili was born from a natural hybridization between Capsicum chinense and Capsicum frutescens. Originally from India, it is listed as one of the hottest peppers in the world, ranked in 2001 as the hottest pepper in the world.
[850,000 SHU] Bhut Jolokia black strain is a variety spontaneously born among the common varieties of bhut jolokia. The plant and the fruits have particular characteristics: the branches are black as well as the fruits in a state of maturation and then turn green and finally red when fully ripe.
[850,000 SHU] Bih Jolokia, Naga Jolokia, or Ghost Pepper was born out of natural hybridization between capsicum chinense and capsicum frutescens. It originates from India and is on the list of the hottest peppers in the world, classified as the very hottest on Earth in 2001.
[325.000 SHU] Fatalii is a variety of chili Capsicum chinense from the Habanero family, of Caribbean origin and imported to Africa and the rest of the world. 325,000 is very late and very spicy on the Scoville scale, with an intense aroma and a taste of aromas and exotic fruit, much consumed and loved even in our country.
[350,000 SHU] Habanero Red Savina was the most well-known and spiciest in the world. It can reach a level of heat around 400,000 on the Scoville scale (it has now been beaten out by various other species). But even though it has been surpassed, it is a chilli that demands respect. Small and red, and very spicy.
[325,000 SHU] [F2 hybrid] Fatalii is a capsicum chinense chilli from the Habanero family of Caribbean origins. It has been imported to Africa and also the rest of the world. It's late to mature and very spicy at 325,000 on the Scoville scale with an intense smell and aromatic flavor of exotic fruits. It's very beloved and used in Italy.
[250,000 SHU] The Habanero Chocolate (also Black Congo) is a very spicy chili variety originating in Jamaica that stands out from other varieties for its noticeable aromatic note of chocolate. This is one of the peppers most appreciated for its color and flavor, despite being very spicy!
[250,000 SHU] Habanero White Bullet is unlike the other Habanero is native to Peru and very rare to find. These peppers grow on a small plant that does not exceed 70 cm in height, the peppers are small and once ripe (late unlike other varieties) are cream-white.
[250,000 SHU] Rocoto Red is a super resistent chili from Peru born from a genetic conformation that has rendered this plant one of the most robust. It is able to bear fruit at an altitude of 1500-2000 meters and can live for 15 years, overcoming winter temperatures without problems.
[200,000 SHU] Pimenta de Neyde is a variety Capsicum Chinense x Capisicum Annuum of bizarre origin, beautiful, with dark fruit with elongated shape, purple / black color and keeps the color until ripe, which makes it difficult to understand when the chili is fully ripe.
[200,000 SHU] Rawit Bird Eye: belongs to the family of the Capsicum annuum species, slightly late ripening, the fruit is elongated and pointed.It is often confused and mistaken for the species Capsicum Frutences, in fact the shape looks just the same, elongated and pointed but it is not so.
[60,000 SHU] Domestic variety Capsicum Chinense, originating from Bolivia. Plant of small size, suitable for flower beds, pots, balconies and garden. 50-60 cm in height for 30-40 cm in width with branched sapling shaped posture. Long fruits, color from pale yellow and white when fully ripe.
[35,000 SHU] Fish pepper: capsicum annuum. Dating back to the mid-800 from a mutation of the Fresno, very popular in Africa. Variety very appreciated for the beauty of the plant and the fruits with its characteristic streaks that make it suitable for ornaments.
[30,000 SHU] The Diavolicchio (Calabrian chili) is the spicy pepper of Calabrian origins par excellence and is part of the Capsicum Annum family. The plant is very productive and has fruits of about 3 cm, bright red color. Very common variety, used and appreciated in Italy.
[30,000 SHU] Variety of chili found in a fair, medium-low spiciness, plant shaped like a sapling. Sweet taste, a pepper is perfect for a medium-low portion of spiciness. Perfect if frozen, it is a stock in a comfortable single-dose format that lasts all year.
[30,000 SHU] Cayenne is a chili originating in South America, its spiciness is not very high reaches 150,000 Scoville and is the most loved chilli, consumed and grown all over the world, even in Italy known for its taste. The chili is bright red, long and fine, very fleshy, great for every use.
[30,000 SHU] Golden Cayenne is one of the most popular Capsicum Annum peppers, as it is much more fleshy, big and spicy than classic Cayenne. The variety is Portuguese and is very productive, reaching 30,000 on the Scoville scale and is very easy to grow. Seeing is believing!
[30,000] Hot Lemon is a very rare variety of chilli pepper in Italy originating from Panama and is distinguished from all other peppers for its lemon aftertaste, a note that makes it unmistakable and sought after. It has a degree of "precise" spiciness that can reach up to 50,000 on the Scoville scale.
[30,000 SHU] Black Pearl is the name of a new hot pepper developed in the laboratory and winner of the AAS Fiore award in 2006. The plant looks bushy and compact, with bright green / black foliage and pearls-like fruits reaching 30,000 on the scale Scoville.
[30,000 SHU] Green Pearl is a new variety of chili created by us, the original plant was created in the laboratory in 2006, winner of the award AAS Fiore of the year, the so-called Black Pearl. It is compact and bushy, it is possible to grow it even in the balcony.
[25,000 SHU] Chupetinho is a variety of Brazilian chili that takes its name from the characteristic of the fruit in the shape of "pacifier or baby bottle". The plant is part of the Capsicum chinense family, the fruits ripen in about 120 days.
[20,000 SHU] Prairie Fire is a very small and compact chili variety from the United States of America, suitable for pot crops and for decorative use. It produces many conical fruits of variable color according to the degree of ripeness, with a medium spiciness not high, suitable for everyone!
[15,000 SHU] Jamaica Hot Yellow, also called Mushroom Yellow is an exceptional variety of chili, of Caribbean origin, from medium-low spiciness and its unique, unmistakable flavor, with a delicate fruity aftertaste, from intense yellow peppers, hanging from a beautiful plant.
[15,000 SHU] Jalahot F1 is a new hybrid variety, very rare and rare in Italy, created and created in 2015 in Mexico, modifying the Jalapeno variety. Medium-low spicy, excellent for making sauces and accompanying first courses. The fruits, even if smaller, are more fleshy and spicy than the mother variety.
[10,000 SHU] Peter Pepper Red is a rather spicy chilli known and grown for its unusual shape: that of a penis. It's part of the capsicum annuum family and is considered a rare plant mainly grown in Mexico and Texas, though its origins haven't yet been discovered.