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Armageddon Chocolate Pepper Seeds

Armageddon Chocolate Pepper Seeds

Plant size: 4 ft. Origin: United Kingdom Species: Chinense SHU: 855,000-1,400,000+
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The explosive Armageddon was grown by chili grower Salvatore Genvoese in England, and its main purpose in life is to brutally hurt you. With a heat level similar to the Ghost Pepper, Black Naga, and Trinidad Scorpion, the Armageddon Chocolate is an incredibly super-hot pepper with 855,000 to 1,400,000 SHUs. It may even max more than 1,400,000 SHUs, which is closer to the heat level of the Carolina Reaper!

The Armageddon Chocolate pepper plant will grow to 4 feet tall with medium-high yields and is a quick-growing, easy-to-harvest super hot chili. Just be prepared for hundreds of pods to grow! Peppers will ripen from green to a dark brown with rough skin that shows off its immense heat!

The Armageddon Chocolate is so hot that you think your mouth has become a fire pit. If you can get past the heat, you’ll notice great sweet, fruity flavors and chocolate notes. This is a very good super hot variety that you must try, but remember to take a small few bites!

  • Species: Capsicum Chinense   
  • Heat Level: 855,000-1,400,000+ SHUs
  • Type: Super Hot
  • Flavor: Sweet, Fruity, Chocolate
  • Origin: England
  • Plant Height: asdf ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

Love scorching super-hot peppers? Check out the Super Hot Peppers we carry, as well as Rare & Exotic Peppers.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Raymond Drago
Just sprouted

Just sprouted I and look healthy. Let you know how they turned out. 3 for 3

david hindman
Armegaddon chocolate

Planted them 9 days ago and nothing yet

James Fletcher
You do this every year

I received my seeds late August. I won’t be planting them until March at the earliest. Why would you ask me to review them now? Ask me when they are growing, say June.

Tim Kelly
Pepper seeds

Followed the instructions but they never even sprouted

Michael Hudak
1 out of 10 seeds sprouted

1 out of 10 seeds sprouted so I had to order more

Thank you for your feedback. Here is a great link to help get them started on the right path to germination. Please reach out if you have additional questions!