Collected at a market in Scarboro Tobago in March of 1999 by Dr. Jeff Nekola. Very nice flavor used extensively in the local cuisine as a seasoning pepper. Fruits are slightly variable a good variety for pots. Plant produces good yields of 2 in. long by 1 ¼ in. wide hot peppers. Peppers are mildly hot and turn from light green to orange to red when mature. Plant has green stems green leaves and white flowers. Excellent for making spicy seasoning.