7 POT PRIMO
The 7 Pot Primo is a cross between a Naga Morich and a Trinidad 7 Pot pepper. It was created by Troy Primeaux, (nickname Primo), a horticulturist from Louisiana. He began crossing the Naga Morich and Trinidad 7 Pot seeds around 2005.
The 7 Pot Primo has a scorpion-like tail. The skin has the characteristic bumpy and pimply skin of other superhot chili peppers, though the tail is most characteristic. The pods can grow rather lumpy as if they are mildly deformed versions of normal 7 pot peppers. It normally matures to a vibrant red color, though there are also orange and yellow varieties of this pepper.
Where can you find the 7 Pot Primo Pepper?
These peppers, fresh or dried, are very hard to come by… This may be an excellent time for you to try growing one of these rarest and very dangerous peppers in the garden or on the balcony!
7 Pot Primo Pepper Recipes
These are very few recipes out there specifically for the 7 Pot Primo Pepper, but you can really add a bit of any of your favourite peppers to almost any recipe including your own adaptations to other ingredients. I call this “Recipe Pimping” and I will dedicate a section of our blob especially for these new and improved recipes.
Check out our collection of “Pimped” recipes!
7 Pot Primo Pepper Sauces
There are a few sauces out there specifically for the 7 Pot Primo and one Amazon with the 7 Pot Primo that look interesting.
|Exhorresco 7 Pot @Amazon US||Ashes 2 Ashes 7 Pot Primo @Amazon US||Reapercussion 7 Pod Primo @Amazon US||Hellfire Hot Sauce @Amazon UK|
7 Pot Primo Pepper Specialty Products
Again…not a lot out there, but here are a few…looks like we need to start making our own specialty products, which probably means we first need to grow them! This leads to the next section below…
|Katie’s 7 Pot Primo Pepper Powder @Amazon US||7 Pot Primo Spicy Beef Jerky @Amazon US||Mikey V’s 7-Pot Primo Salsa @Amazon US|
7 Pot Primo Pepper Seeds
There is nothing like growing your own 7 Pot Primo pepper bombs!
|7 Pot Primo Pepper Seeds @Amazon UK||7 Pot Primo Pepper Seeds @Amazon US|