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Aji Criolla Sella
Spicy: 30,000 – 25,000 SHU (Scoville scale)

Packaging: bag of 10-12 seeds

Origin: Bolivia, Andes mountains in South America


general description: The peppers are elongated and pointed at the end, about 4-5 cm long and 1-2 cm in diameter. The fruits ripen in clusters, from green to yellow-orange and finally to deep yellow-orange. The shell is smooth, thin and taut.
When the fruits are ripe they get a sweet smell with touches of lemon and mango that go well with the mild spiciness.


uses: Mainly common in South American cuisine, Bolivia and Peru. Usually the peppers are dried and ground into a powder together with paprika and cumin. Goes well with cayenne pepper. Excellent as an ornamental plant in the garden, due to its height - about a meter or more, it is recommended to plant in the ground and arrange a support. The plant has a high yield.

Aji Criolla Sella

  • intensity of spiciness: 30,000 – 25,000 SHU (Scoville scale)


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