7 Pot Nebru, Yellow
New for 2023! This pepper is big, bold, and yellow. lineage wise, it is a mix of the super-hot 7 Pot Jonah and the tangy Yellow Scotch Bonnet. It’s really hot, but not too crazy, and has a fruity kick. Great for spicing up your salsa or hot sauce without going overboard. Plus, it grows well in pots and looks pretty impressive in the garden.
Roughly 800,000 to 1,000,000 SHU
This brings the question: A number of peppers have 7 pot in the name. What exactly does that mean?
7 Pot refers to extremely hot peppers originating from Trinidad. The actual term”7 Pot” comes from the claim that one of these peppers is hot enough to spice up seven pots of stew. These peppers are among the hottest in the world and are known for their intense heat level, which is a result of their high capsaicin content.
The 7 Pot varieties include several different peppers, such as the 7 Pot Pink, 7 Pot Douglah, 7 Pot Rennie, and 7 Pot White. Each of these have unique characteristics in terms of flavor, shape, and color, but they all share the common trait of being exceptionally hot. The 7 Pot peppers are often used in hot sauces and other dishes where a significant amount of heat is desired.
These peppers are not just about heat; they also have a distinctive fruity flavor that makes them popular among chili enthusiasts who appreciate both the flavor and the challenge of consuming such hot peppers.