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The skin of the Orange Habañero is thin and waxy with slight exterior wrinkling. The pod has a distinctive lantern like shape and is petite, measuring typically no bigger than two inches in length and one to two inches in width. A close relative of the scotch bonnet pepper, the Orange Habañero has a similar shape, flavor and hotness. With an aromatic, apricot scent, the Orange Habañero offers an intense and pungent heat at 200,000 – 300,000 Scoville units.
The flavor of the Orange Habañero is associated with Caribbean seasoning, most specifically in jerk sauces. This marries well with tropical fruits, lime, avocados, tomatoes, pumpkin seeds, allspice, fish and grilled meats, as well as tequila and mescal based cocktails.. Heat Index: 7 of 10 (~250,000 Scoville)
Size: 4 fl. oz.
Ingredients: Fire-roasted Habañero, apple cider vinegar, sea salt, distilled water olive oil.
Made in Detroit, MI