seeds of Long Trinidad Scorpion Chilli Pepper

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The Long Trinidad Scorpion Chilli Pepper seeds

 

The Long Trinidad Scorpion (Capsicum chinense) is a slightly elongated variant of the Trinidad Scorpion strain of peppers. The indigenous home of this pepper can be traced to the island of Trinidad where it grew for many years before being transported to new shores. The Long Trinidad Scorpion can now be found in many parts of the world with warm climates and adequate sunshine necessary for growth. The pods have a bumpy and wrinkled surface with a stinger on one end. The stinger bears a close resemblance to that of an actual scorpion which explains the name. The Long Trinidad has a fruity flavour that is smooth and slightly floral. No sooner is the sweetness registered, than a pervading heat overwhelms the flavour. The intensity of the heat can range from between 800,000 to 1.2 million Scoville Heat Units. While such a heat register is very high, it can be pleasant news to pepper enthusiasts who can’t handle the hotter peppers out there. Long Trinidad Scorpion can be used to heat up chutney as well in the preparation of soups and hot sauces. It will take between 90 and 110 days for the plant to grow, develop and mature.

The yield will be substantial provided all necessary weather and soil conditions have been met. The Long Trinidad Scorpion (Capsicum chinense) is a slightly elongated variant of the Trinidad Scorpion strain of peppers. The indigenous home of this pepper can be traced to the island of Trinidad where it grew for many years before being transported to new shores. The Long Trinidad Scorpion can now be found in many parts of the world with warm climates and adequate sunshine necessary for growth. The pods have a bumpy and wrinkled surface with a stinger on one end. The stinger bears a close resemblance to that of an actual scorpion which explains the name. The Long Trinidad has a fruity flavour that is smooth and slightly floral. No sooner is the sweetness registered, than a pervading heat overwhelms the flavour. The intensity of the heat can range from between 800,000 to 1.2 million Scoville Heat Units. While such a heat register is very high, it can be pleasant news to pepper enthusiasts who can’t handle the hotter peppers out there. Long Trinidad Scorpion can be used to heat up chutney as well in the preparation of soups and hot sauces. It will take between 90 and 110 days for the plant to grow, develop and mature. The yield will be substantial provided all necessary weather and soil conditions have been met.

 

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