TRINIDAD SCORPION CARDI
The Trinidad Scorpion gets its name from its homeland and its appearance. The latter half of the name makes sense once you get a look at one. The peppers have a little stinger opposite the stem, which looks like the poisonous barb on the tail of a scorpion. Although, if you want to relate the power of the pepper’s spice to a scorpion, that works as well. The “CARDI” addendum stands for Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute, the research group responsible for the breeding of this particular pepper. We’re now well within the ‘dangerously hot’ range, a fact further evidenced by the two main uses of the Trinidad Scorpion CARDI: firstly, in military-grade mace, and secondly, mixed in with marine paint to prevent barnacles from growing on the bottoms of boats. But I guess you could put it in your food if you really wanted to…AND YES WE DO!!!
Where can you find the Trinidad Scorpion Cardi Pepper?
Spicieans… Like the Dragons and Vipers, this little Scorpion has also proven to be quite elusive! I haven’t really been able to find these peppers anywhere online. As always, maybe growing these naughty little scorpions is your best bet or to search locally.
Trinidad Scorpion Cardi Pepper Recipes, Sauces and Specialty Products
These are not a lot of recipes or specialized products out there specifically for the Trinidad Scorpion Cardi Pepper, but there are many videos online about making your own sauces. And remember that you can add a bit of any hot pepper that you love to almost any recipe. #Pimping
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Trinidad Scorpion Cardi Pepper Seeds
There is nothing like growing your own Trinidad Scorpion Cardi Pepper bombs!
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