Yellow 7 Pod Pepper

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Yellow 7 Pod Pepper

‘One of the best chilli for a hot sauce’

Capsicum Chinense

The Yellow 7 pod pepper originates from Trinidad. An extremely hot variety and our favourite for flavour amongst the 7 pod peppers .

When this plant is grown in a pot it grows approximate one metre in height. However, when it is planted in the ground it can double in height. We had one that high, it grow over the fence and supplied the neighbour with these amazing huge yellow pods.

One of the best producer of huge pods with a weight up to 22 grams. First the pods are green and then change to a warm yellow colour.

We use this variety for our Yellow 7 Turkey Slap Hot Sauce, Yellow 7 the Salt and our  Yellow 7 Chilli Jam. As you can see, we love using this amazing chilli.

Yellow 7 pod is suitable for making a spicy powder or a hot sauce. If you are interested in making your own chilli sauce, we highly recommend ‘‘. It is a really good website, where you can find a huge range of easy CHILLI SAUCE RECIPES. You can learn how to make your own chili sauce, and you will find all the information you need on this website

If you cook with a 7 pod pepper only use a small amount, because it is extremely hot.


Flavour: Sweet fruity and fresh.

Heat Wise: Extreme

10-12 chilli seeds per pack.


Additional information

Weight 0.001 kg
Dimensions 7 × 5 × 0.09 cm

1 review for Yellow 7 Pod Pepper

  1. Andreas.pichowski (verified owner)

    I am growing these for the first time now, and they are absolutely amazing. The pods grow very large for a super hot pepper. They have very beautiful. Flavor is extremely fruity and juicy, only a hint of floral falvor. I would say it is one of the best tasting peppers I had so far. Then the heat kicks in. The burn is intense, but quite pleasant. It start fast and then builds for about 2 minutes. Then the cruises along for a couple of minutes.
    The plants grow quite large and produce a nice amount of pods. As the pods themself are large, you can expect a nice harvest if you grow them well.
    Highly recommended

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