This insanely hot chili is similar in heat to a Habanero, but the taste is far more sweet.
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Scotch Bonnet Orange originates from the Caribbean Islands. It got its name because it resembles the Scottish hat "Tam O 'Shanter." Taste and heat are very similar to a Habanero, but Scotch Bonnet Orange has a sweeter taste.
Scotch Bonnet Orange ripens from light green to orange. It is often used in hot chilli sauce, but can be used in most dishes where you want a hot chili flavor.
The chili ripens relatively late. But you can germinate your seeds indoors from February -March. Then move your chili plants into the greenhouse around mid-June. Scotch Bonnet Orange need lots of warmth and sun.
The Chilli peppers are 2.5 to 4 cm long, and 2.5 to 3 cm wide.
Heat: 8-9 (Scoville: 100.000-350.000)