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Smoked Cayenne Ring of Fire

Spicy: 50,000 – 20,000 SHU (Scoville scale)

Bag weight: 10 g

Cayenne - Ring or Faire

Other names: Ring-o-fire, Ring-O-Fire Cayenne

Degree of spiciness: medium high

Named after the red color of fire engines (Fire engine)
Origin: The name of the cayenne pepper is derived from the city of Cayenne in French Guinea located in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Brazil.

general description: Ring or Pierre pepper is a type of cayenne pepper that has an early and more yield compared to other cayenne varieties.
The long and narrow fruits, about 10 cm long, are eaten when they are red, but they can also be eaten green, (unripe).
The plant is low but with a high yield and the peppers grow at the ends of the branches, like clusters.


uses: Cayenne pepper is known for its medicinal properties, several studies have been done on this. Can be used as a seasoning for foods. take on trips. It has medium spiciness and is less aromatic, for those who do not like the fruity taste of peppers. The smoky taste with the cayenne is amazing and excellent for stews.


Smoked Cayenne Ring of Fire

  • intensity of spiciness: 50,000 – 20,000 SHU (Scoville scale)

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