Fatali Pepper refers to a variety of hot or spicy pepper; one the hottest peppers known whichi scores near record-heat on pepper heat scales and even beats most Habanero's. It is one of the top 5 or 6 hottest peppers known. It ranges 100,000 to 300,000 on the Scoville Scale, but commonly tests at 250,000 or more. Fatali Pepper tree produces golden yellow fruits that grow to 3" and have a citrus-like flavor beneath their intense heat. Originally from the Central African Republic. Fatali are green when young and turn yellow as they mature with fruits around 3" long. While Fatali is very spicy or hot, it has an excellent citrusy flavor with a taste of lemon and sometimes peach and the fruit contains few seeds. Fatali Pepper is listed as one of the heirloom foods known to men.

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