This extremely hot pepper (1.2 million scoville units) with some individual plants reaching 2 million scoville units. It was the world record holder in 2012. Fruit are blistering hot with a fruity background flavor. Be sure and use caution when handling fruits, and make sure children do not handle them. A native of Trinidad and Tobago, the pointed tip of the fruit looks like a scorpion stinger.
This pepper is extremely slow to germinate, and we hope to have plants sized up by May 14.
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