The Trinidad 7 Pot chile pepper is from the island of Trinidad, and is found in the back country areas of Trinidad. The name comes from the story that one pepper will heat 7 pots of stew.
There are many varieties of Trinidad 7 Pot chile peppers, below are the ones we carry in stock:
Trinidad Barrackpore - this variant is also from Trinidad but from the Barrackpore region. It has been tested at around 1 million Scoville Heat Units. It has a more elongated pod and is sometimes similar to the Bhut Jolokia. It has a fruit flavor.
Trinidad 7 Pot Jonah - is a hot chili from south east Trinidad. It is quite bumpy and is a version of the Trinidad 7 Pot pepper. The Trinidad 7 Pot Jonah has been rated at over 1,200,000 Scoville Heat Units. This is higher than the Bhut Jolokia pepper, which was rated as high as 1,041,000 Scoville Heat Units. The Jonah pepper is a version of the Trinidad 7 Pot chile pepper. It is quite bumpy on the outside and has a fruity, and citrus aroma and flavor.
Trinidad Chocolate 7 Pot Douglah - is another super hot chile from the Southeastern region of Trinidad. The flavor is sweeter than the 7 Pot, but just as hot. It is brown in color giving it the name Chocolate. It is second in heat to the the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion and has been rated at over 1,300,000 Scoville Heat Units.
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.
18-20+ dried chiles in 1 ounce
|Level of Heat||1 million - 2 million SHU (Very Hot)|
|Scoville Heat Units||up to 1,853,396|
|Flavor||The pepper is as hot as the Trinidad 7 Pot but sweeter. Fruity, nutty, and sweet.|
|Botanical Description||Capsicum Chinense|
|Country of Origin||Trinidad|
|Grown In||United States|
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