Italian Pasilla Bajio chilli pepper seeds
The Pasilla Bajio peppers, also called Chile Negro and Chilaca, belongs to the species Capsicum annuum. The origin is Mexican, and dates back to early 1900.
The name "Pasilla" means "raisins" and comes from the color and taste of chili.
It is usually called Chilaca when fresh and Pasilla when dry. It is a variety very robust and it is characterized by beautiful moderately spicy fruits, which can reach up to 20/23 cm in length and mature take on an intense black color from the beautiful nuances.
They have flesh thin and slightly watery. They are delicious both fresh and dried. The aroma is very special and complex seems to remember the dried fruit, licorice, dark chocolate and smoke.
The degree of hotness can oscillate between 200 and 1,500 degrees Scoville.
Vacuum bag with 10 seeds.
guide for the sowing of chillies