This variation of the 7 Pot family yields a dark brown almost deep purple color, sometimes thought to be related to the 7 Pot Brown. The pepper has a bumpy or dimpled surface and begins as a green pepper before maturing to the dark color of the Douglah. The pepper grows to about 2 inches long. The flavoring is like many of the other 7 Pots with considerable heat and fruitiness, only this pepper also has a bit of nuttiness, which goes well when paired with earthy soups, chilis, and salsas. The 7 Pot varieties are named for the ability to spice up 7 pots of stew with one pod.
Species: Capsicum Chinense
Heat Level: 923,000 – 1,853,396 Scoville Heat Units
Type: Super Hot
Days to Harvest: 90-110 Days
Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds
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