Curiosities: This super-hot chili pepper from the Caribbean islands is Called 7-pot, because legend has it that one chili pepper is enough to make 7 pots of beans spicy. The bushy plant grows to a height of about 50 to 70 cm and is native to the Caribbean. It grows abundantly in the island states of Trinidad and Tobago and is said to be used there by the navy as a paint additive for painting ships because its high capsaicin content slows the growth of algae and barnacles.
Feature of fruits: Irregularly shaped, rough-surfaced fruits about 3 to 4 cm long, natural yellow variant of the famous hybrid native to the islands of Trinidad and Tobago.
Pepper Maremma recommends it: It is an extremely hot chili pepper similar to Bhut Jolokia. It is said that 1 pod will season seven pots of stew. Therefore excellent for vegetable soups, red meats or game.