Chilli Seeds By Heat

Chillies are spicy vegetables that are hot to taste and come in different levels of heat. There are many ways to distinguish each variety of chilli seeds by heat and the one that is used in all countries is by measuring the heat of the chilli seeds by the Scoville scale. This is a measurement of the pungency of the chilli peppers.

Each variety of the chilli has its own Scoville heat unit marked as SHU. This is a mathematical function of marking the heat level of a particular chilli pepper by its capsaicin concentration. The chemical compound capsaicin is the active component that is present in the chilli sauce that is responsible for the heat sensation when it is tasted by humans.

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  1. Mixed Habanero

    Amazonas Amazonas
    Capsicum Chinense
    Hot
    A single packet containing the seeds of 4 different Habanero varieties.
    A$12.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
  2. Habanero White Jelly Bean

    Peru Peru
    Capsicum Chinense
    Hot
    A great looking plant that produces dozens of white jellybean type pods. They may be petite, but their heat isn't!
    A$8.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
  3. Bhut Jolokia Yellow

    India India
    Capsicum Chinense
    Super Hot
    A natural variant of the former world record holder the red Bhut Jolokia, this yellow pepper is super hot and hard to find. Also known as the yellow ghost pepper.
    A$8.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
  4. Joe E Parker

    USA USA
    Capsicum Annuum
    Mild Heat

    Considered one of the tastiest NuMex chillies, the Joe E Parker is a mild chilli able to be eaten straight off the plant, but also great for roasting and stuffing.

    A$8.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
  5. Shishito

    Japan Japan
    Capsicum Annuum
    Mild Heat

    Japan's most commonly used sweet chilli, the Shishito is eaten green and generally fried. Whilst normally very mild, it is thought that about 1 in 10 are much hotter!

    A$8.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
  6. Fushimi

    Japan Japan
    Capsicum Annuum
    Mild Heat

    A mild and sweet Japanese variety, the Fushimi chilli is most commonly consumed when immature and green.

    A$8.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
  7. Cayenne Green

    French Guiana French Guiana
    Capsicum Annuum
    Mild Heat

    The Cayenne Green is a prolific chilli, milder than its red, yellow and lilac counterparts. Fresh tasting, they are commonly used in their fresh state.

    A$8.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
  8. Cherry Bomb

    Hungary Hungary
    Capsicum Annuum
    Mild Heat

    With almost perfectly-circular red fruit, the Cherry Bomb looks almost like a tomato, but at 5000 Scoville Heat Units you will taste the difference!

    A$8.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
  9. Corno Di Toro Rosso

    Italy Italy
    Capsicum Annuum
    Mild Heat

    At 500 Scoville Units, the Corno Di Toro Rosso is a sweet and very mild family friendly chilli. Large with thick skins, it is perfect for roasting and stuffing.

    A$6.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
  10. Black Czechoslovakian

    Europe Europe
    Capsicum Annuum
    Mild Heat

    A European heirloom chilli, the Black Czechoslovakian looks like an almost black Jalapeno until it ripens to a deep red, but it is milder and sweeter.

    A$8.00
    / pack (20-30 seeds)
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