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Biquinho Yellow Pepper Seeds

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Also known as “Little Beak Peppers,” “Sweaty Drops,” or “Little Kiss,” this unique little pepper from Brazil packs a lot of flavors! Like the Biquinho Red pepper, the Biquinho Yellow is quite popular in Brazil and Peru, and it is commonly called “Chupetinho” by the locals there. It is shaped like a marble with a pointed end which biquinho is a Portuguese word that translates to little beak. The peppers dangle on sturdy, upright plants that are prolific with early harvests.

The rare pepper is crunchy, crisp, and juicy, and has multiple flavors of tropical, citrus, fruity, and slightly smoky tones. The flavors are like Habaneros, but without the heat that you’d expect from Habaneros. So, if you’re looking for a delicious pepper that has the Habanero flavors but without the burning heat, the Yellow Biquinho pepper is the one for you! It has a heat level of 500 to 1,000 SHUs which is below the average heat of a Jalapeño. These are great to eat raw, cooked, make as salads, and to add to cheese plates and hors d’oeuvres!

You can also make a delicious appetizer by pickling them. In Brazil, Yellow Biquinho chiles are pickled in a mixture of vinegar, garlic, herbs, and a Brazilian liquor called Cachaca. The liquor adds sweetness to the sour brine, and once it is pickled, they are typically served as an appetizer or snack at bars and restaurants.

Fun Fact: In the United States, pickled Yellow Biquinho chiles are sold under the name “Sweaty Drops,” and high-end restaurants like Momofuku dangly in New York City are using the pickled pods as a substitute for olives in their martinis!

Species: Capsicum Chinense  

Heat Level: 500-1,000 SHUs

Type: Mild

Origin: Brazil

Days to Harvest: 70+ Days

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+, 50+, and 100+ Pepper Seeds

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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Rodney Christian
Trial plants

Read about these a couple of weeks ago. Pepper joe was only place I could find them on line. Ready for spring to come so I can see how the produce. Was more in the seed in the package than stated so great value there. Thanks

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Mike Brunner
Too early to tell

Ask me again next summer or fall.

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Gabriel Jeter
Can't wait to taste them

These seeds germinated great and now I have two 60 day old small indoor plants and already putting out flowers. Can't wait to start some more for next spring coming.

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gaye rutan
havent checked germination will let you know

8/8/21 planted, not sure of quality will try to update 4-6 weeks

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Gilbert Fiorentino
did not germinate at all

Planted in an Aerogarden Farm in seed starters like I do all my seeds and these did not germinate at all.

Hello, we are happy to help! How long were they germinating? Keep in mind it can take up to 6 weeks to germinate and they like a soil temp of 80-85 degrees F. Please reach out to our service team for additional assistance. Thank you!

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
60%
(3)
0%
(0)
20%
(1)
0%
(0)
20%
(1)
R
Rodney Christian
Trial plants

Read about these a couple of weeks ago. Pepper joe was only place I could find them on line. Ready for spring to come so I can see how the produce. Was more in the seed in the package than stated so great value there. Thanks

M
Mike Brunner
Too early to tell

Ask me again next summer or fall.

G
Gabriel Jeter
Can't wait to taste them

These seeds germinated great and now I have two 60 day old small indoor plants and already putting out flowers. Can't wait to start some more for next spring coming.

g
gaye rutan
havent checked germination will let you know

8/8/21 planted, not sure of quality will try to update 4-6 weeks

G
Gilbert Fiorentino
did not germinate at all

Planted in an Aerogarden Farm in seed starters like I do all my seeds and these did not germinate at all.

Hello, we are happy to help! How long were they germinating? Keep in mind it can take up to 6 weeks to germinate and they like a soil temp of 80-85 degrees F. Please reach out to our service team for additional assistance. Thank you!