Trinidad Scorpion Butch T . C17

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The Trinidad Scorpion Butch T once held the Guinness record.

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The scorpion hot pepper is a plant not to be taken lightly. Although it is at the bottom of the top 10 list, it once held the official title of World's Hottest Pepper from 3 March 2011 until 7 August 2013, when the Carolina Reaper took the title.

This formidable pepper was discovered by Butch Taylor in his Trinidad Scorpion pepper patch. It looked different from the others and he decided to try it, that's when he knew there was something special about it. Its unique shape set it apart from the rest of the peppers with its pointed tail. After a few generations of isolation, he submitted it to Guinness World Records and the previous record vanished.

The sting of this pepper can be described as swallowing a burning coal that gets hotter and hotter. It is the unrelenting heat that makes this pepper so scorching. What is really great about growing this pepper plant is that it produces abundant harvests.

The ideal distance between plants should be 40cm and between seeds 5cm, it belongs to the Capsicum Chinense family.

Its flowers are yellowish white and the ideal temperature for its growth is between 14ºC and 25ºC, and it likes to be in full sun.

This plant reaches a height of between 40 and 50 centimetres. It is usually harvested after 90 days.

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The Trinidad Scorpion Butch T once held the Guinness record.

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