Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Chocolate, an alternative to smoked sweetness
On the Scoville scale , their unit of force is similar but there is a clear distinction in taste between the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion and the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Chocolate sub-variety. The notable difference between these two varieties is a milder, less acidic flavor in which smoky nuances are mixed and an earthy touch specific to "chocolate" type peppers. But do not be fooled by this sweetness because it is all the same an extreme chilli with sharp sting ready to inject its venom to anyone who tries to approach it.
How strong is Trinidad Scorpion Moruga?
It is as strong as Trinidad Moruga Scorpion , which is logical because Chocolate Scorpion is a sub-variety. On the Scoville scale, its strength is between 1,200,000 to 2,000,000 which makes it one of the strongest peppers in the world, just behind the Carolina Reaper .
The spiciness of Trinidad Scorpions is characterized by delayed heat. You won't feel much for the first three seconds, but be prepared because once the trap is closed, its intense heat will lead you to fiery hell for a very long time. Wear gloves when handling a Trinidad Scorpion Chocolate and beware if you decide to eat it raw.
What does Trinidad Moruga Scorpion chocolate look like?
The whole Moruga Scorpion family is a group of chillies with an aggressive look. They are short, truncated and rough. A characteristic of their own remains their point in the form of a dart which, of course, give them their eponymous name. The "chocolate" variant has a deep cocoa brown color.
Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Chocolate
- Scoville scale: 1,200,000 - 2,000,000
- Origin: Trinidad and Tobago
- Packaging: 10 seeds
- FREE delivery to Reunion, mainland France and overseas departments
- International delivery from 1.40 €