Our Chillies

Jalapeno

Good corking on a Jalapeno

We grow a wide range of chillies from the mild jalapeno to the blisteringly hot scotch bonnet and the military grade 7 pots. We use our chillies in the variety of products that we make, which you can find us selling at markets or in our online shop, but we also grow some varieties just for fun. Most of our chillies are available in small, large and wholesale quantities. Please get in touch via the ‘Contact Us’ page if you are interested in purchasing wholesale chillies.

Click the links below for information about the chillies that we grow. If you would like any further information about any of the peppers then don’t hesitate to get in touch via the ‘Contact Us’ page, or by sending us a message on our Facebook page or via Twitter

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  • 7 Pot

    Rated at over 1.3 million on the scoville scale - A super hot variety is from Trinidad. It has built up an almost myth like quality. In Caribbean regions it is also known as 7 pot as one pod is said to provide enough heat to spice up 7 pots of stew. Unusually the proportion of
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  • Chocolate Bhut Jolokia

    The 'Chocolate' version of the Bhut Jolokia, also known as the Chocolate Ghost Pepper. A super rare pepper which is hotter than the Red Bhut Jolokia. The Chocolate Bhut has an almost smokey flavor with a slow intense heat build. Completely insane on the heat scale.
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  • Fatalii

    A Habanero relative coming from South Africa, this prolific plant can grow up to 4ft tall, although 2ft is more common. The plant produces good yields of 3" long by 1 ¼" wide wrinkled extremely hot fruits which turn from pale green to bright yellow when mature. They have a fruity, almost citrus-like flavor and make
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  • Aji Lemon

    The Aji Lemon (Also known as Aji Limon, Hot Lemon & Lemon Drop) is a bright yellow, crinkled and almost cone shaped chilli. Like the Aji Orange, the plant is spindly, almost vine like and can withstand colder temperatures quite well. The plant is a heavy producer and in 2011 we harvested well over 100
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  • Red Habanero

    The Red Habanero is one of the most famous chilies in the world. Closely related to the Scotch Bonnet, when eating and not thinking too much about the heat levels of the Habanero Red, you will discover a plum-tomato apple-like taste. This extremely hot pepper is popular in Mexico, South America and the Caribbean and
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  • Naga Morich

    Closely related to the Bhut Jolokia, the Naga Morich (also known as the Dorset Naga) is a nuclear pepper measuring around 1,000,000 on the scoville scale. Naga Morich means 'snake or serpent chilli' coming from the fact that this chilli is almost like snake venom. The peppers are fairly small with a thin skin and
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  • Jamaican Hot

    Jamaican Hot's are very similar to Scotch Bonnet peppers, with a compact shape and look like mushrooms. They color during ripening from green to red and are very hot. The peppers have a fruity flavor and are widely used in the Caribbean for making hot sauces. We also grow the Jamaican Yellow Hots.
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  • Orange Habanero

    Orange Habaneros chiles are a little slower to grow than many others, but this chile variety is worth the wait as it is 40 times hotter than a standard Jalapeno Pepper! A producer of light green, thin, crinkled peppers which ripen to a brilliant orange-red coloration (85-95 days), each chile pepper is around 1½ inches
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