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White Devils Tongue Pepper Seeds

White Devils Tongue Pepper Seeds

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The White Devil's Tongue is one of the most versatile white peppers on the market! Relative to the original red pepper strain, this variety is very hard to come by and is one of the most sought-after types on the market due to its rarity.

White Devil's Tongue pepper plants will stretch up to 3 ft. tall and grow good bounties of these 3" long pods. The name White Devil's Tongue comes from the pepper's appearance, which looks like a strange and distorted tongue from the devil himself! They look very similar to a Fatalii pepper, ripening from light lime green to a purple color, before finally changing to white at its final stage. However, the chili does have a slight yellow tint when at full maturity.

Although its twisted shape forms to look like the Devil's tongue, don’t be intimated by its appearance! For a hellish-looking pepper, it's not a super hot variety, registering 150,000-300,000 SHUs for a biting heat, but not blistering. The pepper has some habanero flavor with less of an earthy taste. Use these peppers for a variety of culinary purposes like drying, grilling, roasting, sauteeing, and stuffing!

  • Species: Capsicum Chinense
  • Heat Level: 150,000-300,000 SHUs
  • Type: Hot
  • Flavor: Fruity, Citrusy, Earthy
  • Origin: USA
  • Pod Size: 2-3"
  • Plant Height: 2-3 ft.
  • Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

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  • Plant size: 2-3 ft.
  • Pod size: 2-3"
  • Origin: USA
  • Species: Chinense
  • SHU: 150,000-300,000+

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Great tasting pepper but super hot

I feel these are way hotter than a 5.5. The ones I received were surprisingly on par with 7 pot pepper heat. Still a very nice pepper.

Jerrod Dumond
Bucket loads of peppers!

very impessed! I will say that the plant has a distressed look, as if it isn't healthy. Shriveled leaves. But this plant is loaded down with 3" peppers. They never have turned as white as what I pictured, but more of a very light green tint then yellowish when mature. Some have streaks of purple. Not sure if that is normal. Great flavor and they have a very sharp bite!! Planning on dehydrating and using as seasoning on deer jerky.

Anna Olah
White Devil's Tongue

I would describe the whole experience with one word: surprising. If you grow this pepper in the Dallas, Texas area, this is what happens: throughout the whole summer you believe the plant is dying, leafs are shriveled, you go crazy adding different fertilizers, watering, not watering, ending up praying. BECAUSE this doesn't keep the plant producing thousands of flowers - but nothing else. Now, when our summer turned into almost winter in a few days end of September, the baby peppers showed up, and started to grow, and bingo, you end up 2 buckets of little pepper at once. I use these pepper - I do not mix them with other kind of hot peppers - to make hot pepper relish, canned into a 4 and 8 oz jars. Excellent heat, and flavors!