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el sucre fuego, hotter than 7 pot? need info
« : Joulukuu 10, 2009, 09:33:17 ap »
I just bought a packet of 7 pot seeds from a licensed dealer in florida, usa and inquired about buying in bulk. He told me that he could not because he has almost sold out, but instead said he had a little known pepper called sucre fuego that he has plenty of but because of it's lack of fame it hasn't sold well for him, but he says it is in fact hotter than the 7 pot pepper! I am very much interested needless to say, but I have never heard of this pepper before. Apparently it is a chinense from venezuela. He supplied this info:
"Heat: Dangerously Hot; do not believe this pepper’s heat has ever been measured; but, they are definitely hotter than any habanero including the Scotch Bonnet and 7 Pot / 7 Pod.
Pods are habanero in shape about 2” long by 1.5” wide with the characteristic pimpling / wrinkling found in most hot peppers.  These peppers are extremely hot going from green to bright red when mature, flowers are white. Pepper plants can grow three to four feet in height, full and good producers."
It looks in color and shape like a red habanaro but has that bhut/7 pot prune wrinkle on its skin, but a little smoother. Why haven't I heard of this pepper before? Does it go by another common name? Does anyone know?

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Vs: el sucre fuego, hotter than 7 pot? need info
« Vastaus #1 : Joulukuu 10, 2009, 11:03:24 ap »
Very hard to say, haven`t heard about that one earlier so you have to trust the seller, or not.

Then again, there seems to be plenty of variations of the hottest chiles which at least can feel much hotter than nagas 7 pods etc.

To my (and many of my friends) experience, at least Habojolokia, Trinidad Scorpion Morouga Blend and Bhut x Morouga are even hotter than "just" naga, bhut, trinidad scorpion etc.

It's also good to remember that the conditions you grow them in affect the heat level a LOT.
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