Organic Heirloom Aji Cachucha Seeds 15 seeds

Organic Heirloom Aji Cachucha Seeds 15 seeds



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Our Family has been Growing this Cachucha Pepper Variety since 1994. We don't only select the best looking pods for seeds but also the most flavorful.
Aji Cachucha also known as aji gustoso, ajicito, or aji dulce, is an essential ingredient in Authentic Cuban and Caribbean Dishes. It has an incredibly fruity and aromatic flavor with little to no heat, under 500 Scoville units.

The Flavor resembles a Scotch Bonnet pepper with out the heat, a lot more aroma and fruitiness with out the Floral notes that most Scotch Bonnets have.


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2 shop reviews

5 out of 5 stars

Tyla Dec 31, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Seller sent order super fast and included free seed also. Looking forward to growing these peppers. I would definitely order from CarribeanPepper again.

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B. Golden Dec 27, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

It's always a little more of a risk buying from brand new Etsy shops but Rene definitely didn't disappoint! In addition to the seeds I ordered he added some bonus packets which I'm also excited to try. Looking forward to seeing how these grow in Minnesota summer and if my Puerto Rican husband can get them into a sofrito by fall. Thank you!

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