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True Habanero cube: Jaguar and Chocolate chili in a spruce cube, 2+ 2g, cube 4x4x4.


Habanero cube: Jaguar and chocolate chili in a spruce cube, 2+ 2G, 4X4X4 cube.


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The Habanero Jaguar chili pepper comes from Yucatan, where it was bred in 2006 by Mexican scientists.

Burn: 350,000 SHU

Weight: 2 g

Cube 4 × 4 × 4 cm

Expiration 24 months

Country of origin: Mexico

The Habanero Chocolate chili pepper comes from the state of Michoacan in central Mexico

It is characterized by dark fruits and high heat

Burn: 570,000 SHU

From the Capsicum chinense jacq series. native to Mexico, known as the black habanero

As a member of the Chinense species, the history of the habanero dates back to 6,500 BC. An intact Chinense sheath was found in Preceramic levels in the Guitarrero Cave in Peru, indicating that it was 8,500 years old. The species is believed to have originated in the Amazon basin and was gradually domesticated over many millennia, as locals learned to cultivate and cultivate plants. They were then able to use human selection to generate larger, stronger versions, and around 1000 BC, many Chinense varieties were domesticated and spread throughout South and Central America and the Caribbean. After Columbus arrived in the Caribbean islands in 1492, he brought many varieties to the Portuguese, who then spread them to Africa.

Habanero itself is believed to have originated in Cuba, as it is named after the Cuban city of Havana, because it used to figure in the busy trade there. It is related to Scotch pepper; They have somewhat different pod types, but they are varieties of the same species and have similar heat levels.

The habanero pepper grows primarily in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, where it is now believed to have originated, although it also grows in other warm climates, such as Belize, Costa Rica, parts of the United States, and Panama, where it is cultivated. known as ají chombo.

Once the Spanish discovered it, they spread it throughout the world, to the point that 18th century taxonomists thought it originated in China and that is why they called it “Capsicum chinense” or “Chinese pepper”. If anything, the popularity of this pepper is increasing even more today.

This could be an awesome gift. Handy for chilli lovers.Can be refilled, I guess.
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