Ring of Fire Cayenne Seeds:
If you’re looking for a pepper that lives up to its name, the Ring of Fire Cayenne is your match. This fiery chili is a favorite among spice enthusiasts and gardeners alike, offering a heat level that’s not for the faint of heart but still manageable for those who love a good kick.
Flavor and Heat
The Ring of Fire Cayenne packs a punch with its heat level, which can vary depending on growing conditions. While specific Scoville Heat Units (SHU) may differ, 30,000 is a good estimate. The flavor has a classic Cayenne taste that’s slightly fruity and intensely spicy. If you’ve enjoyed the heat of peppers like the Kalugeritsa, the Ring of Fire Cayenne will be a welcome addition to your spice world
The pepper is also highly useful in the kitchen. Its heat and flavor make it an excellent choice for hot sauces, salsas, and even for drying to make your own Cayenne pepper flakes.
In the garden, you’ll enjoy the fast maturation and high yield. The plant is relatively easy to grow, requiring the standard 8-12 hours of sunlight and well-drained soil. If you’ve had success with other fast-maturing peppers like the Leutschauer Paprika or the Cherry Bomb, you’ll find the Ring of Fire Cayenne to be a rewarding grow.