Originating from the island of Trinidad, and Tobago and named after the district of Moruga on the Southern coast of Trinidad in Victoria County. The Chocolate or Brown Moruga Scorpion is a variant of the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion.
The Chocolate Moruga Scorpion pepper characteristics include pods slightly larger than a golf ball with a pronounced bumpy skin, and the absence of the tail usually associated with most Scorpion peppers. The heat level is comparable to the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion but is has a sweeter flavor.
|Level of Heat||> 2 million SHU (Super Hot)|
|Scoville Heat Units||up to 2,009,231|
|Flavor||It's flavor can be best described as fruity, sweet, and floral with a sudden, and progressively building, intense, and long lasting heat.|
|Quantity||6 - 9 pods|
|Botanical Description||Capsicum Chinense|
|Country of Origin||Trinidad|
|Grown In||United States|