Scotch Bonnet Plants?

Answer Scotch bonnets are hot pepper plants. They are included in the Capsicum chinense species along with datils, habaneros and rocotillos. These are one of the hottest of the hot peppers, although the f... Read More »

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What are Scotch Bonnet Peppers?

Scotch Bonnet peppers are among the most intensely hot of all peppers, with a Scoville rating that starts out around 150,000 and can climb as high as 300,000 in carefully cultivated specimens. They... Read More »

Facts About Scotch Bonnet Peppers?

Scotch bonnet peppers, scientifically known as Capsicum chinense Jacq., is a chilli pepper commonly found in the Caribbean. Both fresh and preserved Scotch bonnet peppers are used to provide the re... Read More »

How to Grow Scotch Bonnet Peppers?

Love spicy foods? Consider growing your own peppers at home. While countless varieties of peppers and chiles exist across the globe, in recent years the trend can be summed up by "the hotter the be... Read More »

How to Make Hot Pepper Sauce With Scotch Bonnet?

The Scotch bonnet is a tiny, thin-skinned pepper that closely resembles a habanero. Considered one of the hottest peppers the world over, the Scotch bonnet has a Scoville heat rating that can reach... Read More »