Aji Limo (Capsicum chinense) refers to a variet of chili/chile; an extremely hot South American chili/chile that is related to the Habanero. It has a beautiful lantern shaped pod with a deep red colour. Hotness Scale is 9 Moreoverm Aji Limo is a very small, elongated hot pepper indigenous to Peru and Bolivia, where it is called Aribibi. It comes in red and green varieties and is used mainly for making Salsas.

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