The 7 Pot White Pepper: A Rarity in the Superhot World
The 7 Pot White pepper is a unique find in the realm of superhots. This pepper isn’t your typical red or orange superhot; it’s white, making it a standout in any garden. The color alone is enough to turn heads, but what really sets it apart is its heat level. While it’s not as hot as its 7 Pot cousins, it still packs a considerable punch.
Heat and Flavor
Don’t let the color fool you; the white 7 pot pepper is a force to be reckoned with. It’s got a heat level that will satisfy even the most seasoned pepper enthusiasts. From personal tasting estimate, 1000000ish SHU, this pepper could make a wicked hot white hot sauce (Don’t forget the ghostly Faddas White too!). The flavor profile is equally intriguing, offering a fruity undertone that complements its heat. It’s a great option for hot sauces, salsas, or any dish where you want to add some heat without overwhelming the other flavors.
If you’re in SW Ohio or anywhere else with a suitable climate (aka. anywhere with warm summer), this pepper is a solid grower. It’s not too finicky and will give you a decent yield. Just give it plenty of sunlight and well-drained soil, and you’ll be rewarded with a crop of these unique superhots.