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Yellow Jamaican Mushroom

Origin: Jamaica, Caribbean Islands
Spicy: 200,000 – 100,000 SHU (Scoville scale)
Packaging: bag of 10-12 seeds


General description: A beautiful pepper in the shape of a mushroom, with an average length of five cm and a diameter of three cm, and have a round shape with a wrinkled and knotted appearance. The skin is wrinkled and shiny, ripening from green to yellow/red when mature. Beneath the surface, the flesh is crisp and pale yellow/red, the pepper has an aroma with a fruity, citrus flavor mixed with strong spices. The spiciness is not evenly distributed, not spicy on the sides and very spicy in the middle

Uses: Easily dried, powders and grinds can be made, great for filling meat or cheeses and can also be used fresh for salads, sauces, pickling and cooking.

Yellow Jamaican Mushroom

  • intensity of spiciness: 200,000 – 100,000 SHU (Scoville scale)

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