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Trinidad Scorpion (dried)

Dried Trinidad chile peppers from fresh grown U.S. peppers. All natural, no ETO, and non irradiated.
The pepper has a floral and semi sweet flavor followed by an immediate, and continually growing wave of heat.
Rated up to 1,463,700 Scoville heat units.

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The Trinidad Scorpion chile pepper is originally from the island of Trinidad and Tobago.The "scorpion" peppers are referred to as such because the pointed end of the pepper is said to resemble a scorpion's stinger though not all will have this characteristic.

The Trinidad Scorpion Butch T pepper has a floral and semi sweet flavor followed by an immediate, and continually growing wave of heat. The intensity can vary, and last up to 30 minutes. Trinidad Scorpion (Butch T)is a plump chili with a smooth surface and a tail like the stinger on a scorpion.

They have no additives, preservatives and are processed in a "sanitary" environment. These are 100% all natural, and non-irradiated. They have also been tested, and are free of sudan dyes and aflatoxins.

24+ dried pods in 1 ounce.

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Price $6.95
Level of Heat 1 million - 2 million SHU (Very Hot)
Scoville Heat Units up to 1,463,700
Flavor The pepper has a floral and semi sweet flavor followed by an immediate, and continually growing wave of heat.
Weight No
Quantity No
Botanical Description Capsicum Chinense
Country of Origin Trinidad
Grown In United States

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