Peppers and Chillies

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  • Chilli 7 Pot Red

    R26.00

    (Capsicum chinense)

    The story behind the 7 Pot is that one chilli has enough heat to properly spice-up 7 pots of curry. This one is hot, very hot, and easily fits into the top 5 hottest chilli’s in the world. The 7 pot has a unique, fruity flavour that sets it apart.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Chilli 7 Pot Yellow

    R30.00

    (Capsicum chinense)

    The story behind the 7 Pot is that one chilli has enough heat to properly spice-up 7 pots of curry. This one is hot, very hot, and easily fits into the top 5 hottest chillies in the world. The 7 pot has a unique, fruity flavour that sets it apart. This is the yellow variety of the Red 7 Pot.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Chilli Aji Amarillo

    R26.00

    (Capsicum baccatum)

    A staple chilli in Peru, Aji Amarillo is most often found dried in markets and is THE chilli used in Peruvian dishes. It has a very distinct flavour, something like tropical fruit with a hint of granadilla and plenty of heat to boot.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Chilli Aji Criolla Sella

    R27.00

    (Capsicum baccatum)

    An easy to grow and high yielding heirloom from Bolivia, which is more tolerant of cooler weather. The pods have a thin skin and ripen from green to a golden orange, with a delicious citrus flavour. Often used in salads, salsas, stir-fries, served or cooked with fish or just dried and ground up as a chilli powder.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Chilli Aji Lemon Drop

    R22.00

    (Capsicum baccatum)

    It is another Peruvian chilli with a very strong citrus flavour and a beautiful burn 7.5 SHU. It has a low bush with plenty of fruit and it dries very nicely.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Chilli Aji Norteno

    R26.00

    (Capsicum baccatum)

    A rare chilli originating from the northern coastal valleys of Peru, is easy to grow and produces a good yield. The plants produce thin walled pendant shaped fruits that are about 8 cm long. These fruits ripen from yellow to red and orange. Fruits have an apple like flavour without the bitterness.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Chilli Ancho Grande

    R26.00

    (Capsicum annuum)

    A mild chilli from the state of Peublo in Mexico. Typically served as a dried and ground chilli called “Ancho”, however if served fresh they are called “Poblano”. Roasted and seared with the skin removed they are turned into paste and then called “mole”.

    Approx. 25 seeds

    Approx 25 seeds

  • Chilli Baccatum Pea

    R27.00

    (Capsicum baccatum)

    A wild chilli variety that produces hot, small fruits that are pea shaped. Fruits start off green and ripen to a bright red.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Chilli Biala Shipka

    R26.00

    (Capsicum chinense)

    It’s a hot, very productive Bulgarian chilli. Grows on a low bush about 60 cm high. Dries nicely and is used in Eastern European cooking for that extra bite.

    Approx. 25 seeds