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Fresh Trinidad Scorpion Peppers

The Trinidad Scorpion Chile (Butch T variety), originating in Trinidad and Tobago, is one of the world's hottest peppers cultivated. This pepper can reach about 1.5 million Scoville Heat Units, just a smidge less spicy than world's hottest Carolina Reaper at nearly 1.6 million. For comparison, Habanero Pepper goes to 350,000 SHU and Ghost Pepper is about 1 million SHU!  The orange-red, golf ball-sized pepper has bumpy skin and a pointed end that looks like a scorpion’s stinger. Despite the heat, it also has a sweet and fruity flavor.

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Nutritional Information

Serving Size: 1 gram

Calories: 5

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  • Saturated Fat 0g

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  • Cholesterol 0mg

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  • Sodium 0mg

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  • Total Carbohydrate 1g

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  • Dietary Fiber 0g

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  • Sugars 0g

  • Protein 0g

DV%

  • Vitamin A

    6%

  • Vitamin C

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  • Calcium

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  • Iron

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