seeds of Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Caramel Chili Peppers
Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Caramel Chili Pepper seeds
Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Caramel is a variety of the Capsicum chinense species, was declared the hottest chilli pepper in the world in 2012. The origins of this pepper can be traced to Moruga in Trinidad and Tobago where it was cultivated for decades before finally leaving the country’s borders. Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Caramel is now cultivated all over the globe. Unripe pods have a light green hue which changes to caramel after the pod is ripe. While the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Caramel isn’t as hot as its chocolate version, it still packs plenty of heat. One can expect between 1 and 1.2 million Scoville heat units, which is remarkable.
The Trinidad Moruga Caramel Scorpion has a sweet tender test that’s accompanied by the blistering heat. The rich fruity taste is slowly replaced by hotness that steadily builds in waves rather than in one swift kick. Frost presents the biggest impediment to high pod yields given its fatal to the plant. Adequate sunshine, on the other hand, is conducive to the peppers’ growth and productivity. The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Caramel is a perennial plant, and one can expect indefinite yields if conducive soil and weather conditions are maintained. It takes 90- 120 days for the plant to mature and the pods to ripen.