A Ghanaian chilli producing blocky fruit with an exceptionally thick flesh.

Heat level: very hot
(approx. 67,000 SHU)


Kumasi chilli has very thick flesh
Kumasi chillies have a very thick flesh.

Named after the capital of the Ashanti region in Ghana, Kumasi is a very hot habanero that yields decent numbers of small, blocky fruit about 2.7cm in diameter. The fruit mature from green to red, and have an exceptionally thick flesh for a habanero. Used as a substitute for jalapeños, they can be sliced for topping pizzas, chopped for adding to pico de gallo salsas, and stuffed for making poppers.

The plants are short and spreading, and can be grown in 7.5 to 10 litre pots.

Heat level: very hot (approx. 67,000 SHU)
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Number of seeds per pack: 15
Note: this variety is extremely difficult to germinate so extra seed has been added.