Variety of Russian origin distributed by the Gavrish company.
Fruit of 60 to 90 grams, more or less stretched pepper type and with ribbing present all along the body.
Red dress striped with yellow.
Flesh containing little flesh and seeds, 3 to 4 hollow cells. Variety intended for filling/stuffing.
Small but large-growing plant, regular foliage, determined growth.
Excellent and regular production.
Due to its origin, this variety is well suited to regions with short seasons and/or cool summers.
There is another variety called "Sher Khan" which looks a lot like it but produces elongated fruits and rather intended for making sauce. No doubt these two varieties are related, one being descended from the other or having common parents.