The Capsicum-Baccatum Hot Pepper Cultivar Profile

Information About The Capsicum-Baccatum Hot Pepper Cultivar

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Hot Pepper Cultivar NameCapsicum Baccatum
Description
Wikipedia SummaryCapsicum baccatum is a member of the genus Capsicum, and is one of the five domesticated pepper species. The fruit pods of the baccatum species have been cultivated into a wide variety of shapes and sizes, unlike other capsicum species, which tend to have a characteristic shape. Cultivated baccatum (C. baccatum var. pendulum) is the domesticated pepper of choice of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Chile. Capsicum baccatum is still referred to as ají, while other peppers are referred to as pepper via the Spanish conquistadors noting of the similarity in heat sensation to Piper sp. Cultivars == This species of chili pepper includes the following cultivars: Ají amarillo, also called amarillo chili and ají escabeche Bishop's crown Lemon drop, ají limón (not to be confused with ají limo, a Capsicum chinense cultivar) Piquanté Pepper
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Hot Peppers within this Cultivar Aji Panca Chile Powder Pepper, Aji Caballero Pepper, Aji Brazilian Pumpkin Pepper, Aji Amarillo Pepper, Aji Cito Pepper, Aji Colorado Pepper, Aji Criolla Sella Pepper, Aji Crystal Pepper, Aji Escabeche Pepper, Aji Limon (lemon Drop) Pepper, Aji Mirasol Pepper, Aji Omnicolor Pepper, Aji Panca Pepper, Aji Pepper, Aji Pineapple Pepper, Aji Rojo Pepper, Balloon Pepper, Bishop's Crown Pepper, Bonanza Brasileira Pepper, Brazilian Starfish Pepper, Bubba Pepper, Cambuci Pepper, Chinchi Uchu Pepper, Chivato Pepper, Cobanero Pepper (coban), Cochabamba Pepper, Dedo De Moca Pepper, Earbob Pepper
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