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Mario Fatali’s (Yellow Scotch Bonnet Type)

A yellow habanero type. Looks almost like a cross between a habanero and a jolokia. These peppers truly are lethal. The heat is immediate, unbearable, and long lasting. We will continue to grow these bad boys in years to come. Let it be known that these guys are best used in their fresh form. Drying them is tricky because they are prone to dry rot.

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  1. Daniel on December 20, 2015 at 1:54 pm

    I remember my first bite of a hareenbo pepper. Like you, I have always loved hot spicy things thanks to my father having no boys and getting us girls hooked on them. But my first bite of a hareenbo was at a country fair and though I liked the hotness, I wasn’t prepared for the dry heat of it. I was used to the hot pickled peppers we always got on our grinders. Anyway, I immediately got the hiccups and had them for the rest of the time we were at the fair. LOL. I[] Reply:July 4th, 2012 at 3:26 pmTwitter: That’s a great way to describe the heat ,I’ve pickled them before, of coursing pickling doesn’t seem to take away from its hotness, and that’s fine, I still love them. I can’t remember the first time I ate a habanero though .Opal recently posted..[]



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