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A Trinidad Scorpion strain, the Trinidad Scorpion Butch T held the title as the hottest pepper in the world in 2011. The Trinidad Scorpion Butch T, which was originally developed by Butch Taylor, is a superhot pepper as it averages about 800,000 to 1,463,700 Scoville Heat Units. It doesn’t quite have the heat level of the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion or the Carolina Reaper, but it has a similar sweet, fruity flavor. When consumed, the Trinidad Scorpion heat tends to kick in almost immediately, unlike some other superhots like the slow-burning Ghost pepper and Naga Viper. The Trinidad Scorpion is Butch T widely sought after by pepper growers because of its combination of extreme heat, delicious fruity flavor, and unique appearance.
The Trinidad Scorpion Butch T's flavor is like most superhots as there is a fruity flavor that can be tasted before the intense heat level kicks in. The Trinidad Scorpion Butch T has a similar appearance to other Trinidad Scorpion peppers with the stinger. They grow to one to two inches in length.
Posted by jake on 12th May 2018
I ordered 17 varieties last year and plan on ordering even more this year. They have a great discount program that allows you to save 20% on your order, don’t forget about the coupon code.
Posted by LUKE BASS on 27th Apr 2018
GOOD PEPPER TO GROW FOR THOSE OF US WHO ENJOY SUPERHOT S.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Mar 2018
The butch TS is my favorite superhot. My seeds got here yesterday and were planted in cups the morning. Looking forward to lots of peppers this summer.
Posted by 2100 JCDecaux on 21st Sep 2017
holy cow this pepper is hot!!! love the looks of the pods too!
Posted by Rich on 13th Aug 2017
My seed packets came quickly and the germination process has begun!
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jul 2017
great seeds produce great peppers. this is the case with the trinidad scorpion butch seeds i ordered. my plant reached almost 4 feet in height and is currently packed with chili peppers. will order more varieties next time.
Posted by Tim L., Little Rock on 29th Jun 2017
Most seeds sprouted and each plant produced a ton of chile peppers. Am now well stocked and making spicy chili tonight!