The Beast seeds

Product description
Introducing The Beast Red Pepper, a Capsicum chinense with Scoville units ranging from 1,000,000 to 1,500,700 SHU. Hailing from the USA, this unique pepper was crafted by Brian Seal.

It's a hybrid of the Carolina Reaper and Chocolate Nagabrain peppers, resulting in gnarly, roughly 4 cm-sized fruits that transition from green to red at full ripeness. The plants, reaching heights of more than a meter, but often not more than around 80 cm.

The pods boast an extraordinarily high heat level and a delightful fruity peppery flavor, best enjoyed when fully ripe. These plants can bear fruit in the first year and potentially lasting several years with regular pruning, maintaining a height of around 60 cm.

A must-have for pepper lovers! Caution: This pepper is exceptionally hot and is not recommended for consumption on its own; it's best utilized in cooked dishes. We strongly discourage eating this pepper raw.

The Beast

€ 4,09
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Seeds in pack:  10
Heat level:  Extreme
Scoville units:  1.400.000 - 2.200.000  
Species:  Capsicum chinense

Product description
Introducing The Beast Red Pepper, a Capsicum chinense with Scoville units ranging from 1,000,000 to 1,500,700 SHU. Hailing from the USA, this unique pepper was crafted by Brian Seal.

It's a hybrid of the Carolina Reaper and Chocolate Nagabrain peppers, resulting in gnarly, roughly 4 cm-sized fruits that transition from green to red at full ripeness. The plants, reaching heights of more than a meter, but often not more than around 80 cm.

The pods boast an extraordinarily high heat level and a delightful fruity peppery flavor, best enjoyed when fully ripe. These plants can bear fruit in the first year and potentially lasting several years with regular pruning, maintaining a height of around 60 cm.

A must-have for pepper lovers! Caution: This pepper is exceptionally hot and is not recommended for consumption on its own; it's best utilized in cooked dishes. We strongly discourage eating this pepper raw.

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