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Dorset Naga Orange Pepper Seeds

Dorset Naga Orange Pepper Seeds

Plant size: 4 ft. Pod size: 2-3" Origin: United Kingdom Species: Chinense SHU: 1,000,000-1,500,000+
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If you like heat, grab some of these seeds now! Out of Dorset, England comes one of the hottest peppers in the world. To repeat, one of the HOTTEST peppers in the world! With recorded SHUs of over 1.5 million (wow!), this guy is not far off from the Carolina Reaper. The Dorset Naga is a story of two chili heads with a dream of super-hot perfection, where Joy and Michael Michaud of "Peppers by Post" bought a Naga Moricha plant in Dorset, England. They hand-selected fruity from the Naga Morich (from Bangladesh) and extracted seeds, eventually creating the Dorset Naga!

The orange variety is scorching hot but fruity, great for hot salsa, hot sauces, soups, or a super-hot chili powder. At a typical 2-3 inches in length, Dorset Naga Orange ripens from green to orange and has very high product yields. Plants have been known to grow as high as 4 feet tall!

Fun fact: The Dorset Naga is technically a subspecies, originating from the Naga Morich, but is becoming recognized more and more as a separate variety.

Species: Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level: 1,000,000 – 1,500,000+ Scoville Heat Units

Type: Super Hot

Origin: Dorset, England 

Days to Harvest: 100+ days

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Sujeeva Ranasinghe
Excellent crop

I planted all the Dorset naga seeds from 2 packets about 2 months ago. Healthy 2' plus plants, had close to 100% germination success rate. Harvested about a pound and a half of peppers from the first batch and see a second batch already flowering.

Fruity and spicy (!!!) as advertised. Used some in curries and used the bulk to make a spicy sauce.