Chiles, Scorpion Pepper, Trinidad Moruga

Averaging 1.2 million Scoville Heat Units, this fiery little pepper is one of the World’s Hottest Pepper. Their tangy, fruity flavor will add heat to sauces and marinades alike.


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These peppers are grown on small farms in Taiwan from a Trinidadian seed. Some of these peppers can test over 2 million on the Scoville Index, so be sure to HANDLE WITH CARE-wear gloves and have proper ventilation.

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