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Cambuci Pepper Seeds

Cambuci Pepper Seeds

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Also known as the Ubatuba Cambuci pepper or Ubatuba pepper, the Cambuci pepper is a rare variety from Brazil with a unique shape similar to a bell shape, like the Bishop Crown pepper, but with less heat and more sweetness.

The pepper plant will grow to 3 ft. tall and produce these distinctly shaped, 3" long pepper pods. Ubatuba Cambuci peppers ripen from yellow, orange, and finally bright red when mature.

You may taste a bit of heat with a spicy flavor at first, but then it will simmer down with fruity sweetness. To be more detailed, its wings have a sweeter flavor and its body has a more mild hot flavor. The Cambuci pepper has an apple-like crunch and a light, crisp flavor, and is excellent to use for salads, sandwiches, stuffing, salsas, sauces, jam, and more!

Fun Fact: Ubatuba is a beach town in San Paulo, and Cambuci is a city located in Rio de Janeiro!

  • Species: Capsicum Baccatum
  • Heat Level: ~5,000 SHUs
  • Type: Sweet
  • Flavor: Fruity, Sweet
  • Origin: Brazil
  • Pod Size: 3"
  • Plant Height: 3 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 80+ Days

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  • Heat Level:
  • Plant size: 3 ft.
  • Pod size: 3"
  • Origin: Brazil
  • Species: Baccatum
  • SHU: 5,000

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Katrina Mcminds
None germinated

I would love if I could review the pepper itself, but none of the seeds that I ordered have germinated for me. I've tried a variety of methods and none have worked. Very disappointed as we love peppers and have great success with them year after year and this year I decided to splurge on ordering a large variety from pepper joes.

Hello, hot peppers can be tricky to germinate. Here is the process we follow and see 95% success rate across the board. They are very particular to soil temp requiring 80-85*. I hope this helps! Let us know what other questions you may have!