Very old and rare variety, originating from Mexico... Flavor with strong notes of cocoa, tobacco and dried fruits..
Very old and rare variety, originally from Mexico, more precisely from the Cañada Valley in Oaxaca, a protected area under the aegis of UNESCO. The translation of its Aztec name gives: "old black chili".
Fruit with a pendular bearing of the conical bell type, +/-8 cm long and 6 cm wide at the shoulders.
Ripens from green to almost black chocolate brown.
Purple flesh when ripe. Flavor with strong notes of cocoa, tobacco and dried fruits, moderately hot: +/- 2500 SHU.
Plant with great development that can reach 1.20 meters, green foliage veined with purple.
Good harvest +/- 90 days. Resistant to tobacco mosaic virus.
4 - Hot 1,5k à 2,5k
+ or - 1.00m