The Devil’s Tongue is rumored to be a chile developed by an Amish farmer in Pennsylvania during the 1990’s. Similar to size, color and shape of Fatalii. But skin is smoother and chile is smaller. The pepper is yellow in color and closely related to the Habanero Pepper with a slightly sweet taste.
The pepper is a member of the Habanero family and possibly was developed from other Habanero strains and Fataliis. Their bright yellow wrinkly pods make Devil’s Tongue peppers easy to spot when ripe.
Taste: This pepper has a fruity/citrus/nutty flavor.