Not less than twenty (20+) Trinidad Scorpion Sweet pepper seeds. Do not let the name confuse you. The flavor of these peppers move from sweet to hot in a rapidly building heat. Although hot, they are not super hot. Think of a habanaro that starts off sweet.
Trinidad Scorpion Sweet
The Trinidad Scorpion Sweet Pepper hales from Trinidad, the largest land mass in the South American island nation Trinidad and Tobago. Although a member of the ‘Capsicum chinense’ family, all Capsicum varieties originated in the Americas. The name ‘chinense’ was used in this classification erroneously by botanist Nikolaus Joseph Freiherr von Jacquin due to its use in Chinese cuisine. However, the European spice trade was responsible for discovering the capsicum variety in the Americas and spreading them to distant lands.