These are authentic Vietnamese chili peppers from a private contact in Vietnam. These might not look like much, but these peppers are like little missiles. But we all know the heat that authentic food from that region of the world can have. This is a capsicum frutescens variety, which resembles cayenne a lot in it shape, thin walls and bitter undertone. But it packs the same sting as other frutescens types like the bird’s eye chili, which at one time was the hottest pepper on record. If you’re a regular chili eater, accustomed to habaneros and nagas, this will probably be a good common use pepper for you because it will give you enough heat to satisfy your crave, but it should leave you enough freedom to still enjoy and focus on what you’re eating. If you’re the type of person that finds crushed red pepper in the jar spicy, then this might be the go-to pepper when you’re feeling like living on the edge a bit.
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