Chilli Variety -Trinidad Scorpion

by Hot Juan on December 30, 2009 · 6 comments

in Chilli Varieties

Trinidad Scorpion

Trinidad Scorpion

This is a most interesting looking chilli with it Scorpions’ sting like tail, they are part of the Species Chinense, I have not seen a confirmed Scoville rating yet for this chilli, but it is rumoured to be not far short of the Naga.

The pendant pods grow to between 3 – 8 cm long, ripening from green via orange to red, they have a unique scorpions tail to the pod.

We have been sent some seeds from The Chilli Pepper Company and intend to grow them as our 2010 experiment we will keep you updated monthly on our progress. Please let us know if you are growing any and how you are getting on.
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avatar Nick August 28, 2012 at 1:00 am

Hi. I bought baby plant in spring and supposed to be scorpion chili. But since it grown up my fruit don’t even look like Buch-T or Maruga scorpion. Rather look like cayenn or kam paw chili. But has ugly dimple like surface. I’m trying to find out what my chili realy is. Can you help me?

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avatar chilli joe August 22, 2010 at 4:10 pm

Would love to email pics and the story of the hunt would deffintly make a good article. Will email you later with some pics.

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avatar Hot Juan August 22, 2010 at 4:06 pm

Hi Chilli Joe

Please email the pictures to us I would love to see them. Would love to hear more about your hunt for them, would it make an article?

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avatar chilli joe August 22, 2010 at 4:00 pm

Hi guy’s i was in trinidad in jan 2010 and after much searching i found the elusive trinidad scorpion and 7pod/pot chillies. I brought some seeds back germinated in feb and now successfully reaping a havest of these chillies. I have many pictures to show.Can i post them on this site? By the way these chillies are HOTTT!

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avatar Martin M. Jones May 29, 2010 at 5:25 pm

I’ve just started growing these too and also got the seeds from the Chilli Pepper Company. Still awaiting germination, although ti’s only been 2 weeks. Can’t wait!

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