Carolina Reaper


SOLD OUT This pepper is one of what is called the "super hots” It is claimed to be the hottest pepper in the world. On the Scoville Scale, (developed by William Scoville in 1912 to measure hot hot a pepper is) they average 1.569 million units.

They grow 2 - 3 inches with medium thick flesh and mature from green to red. When they do reach maturity, they grow into gnarly looking little peppers.

Due to the increased expense of the seeds, the plants are $5.00 each.

When handling these peppers, use gloves, don’t touch your eyes or other sensitive parts. 

Please be careful with this one. Eat at your own risk!

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