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Datil - (Capsicum chinense)
The Datil pepper was first brought to St. Augustine, Florida by Minorcans in 1763 from Menorca in the Balearic Islands off the coast of Spain. The beautiful yellow fruits grow from 1-4 inches in length and are lantern shaped. They have the heat close to a Habanero but are sweeter and tangier. The plants will get up to 4 feet tall and produce an abundant amount of peppers. They are a culinary favorite to cook with and used for spice mixes, marinades and sauces for chicken, beef and seafood dishes.
Heat level: 100,000 - 300,000 SHU - Very Hot.
Flavor: Very Sweet, Tangy & Fruity.