NuMex Twilight refer to one of the hottest chili peppers in the world beside Bhut Jolokia, Red Scotch Bonnet, Tabasco, etc. Aside from being very, very hot, the NuMex Twilight chilli peppers are also some of the most visually striking in the world. These peppers are about one inch long and very glossy and change color as they mature, from purple to orange to bright red. A NuMex Twilight plant covered with peppers in different stages of maturation is truly a sight.

Related Articles

Hungarian Hot ■■■■■■■■■■
Hungarian Hot refers to one of the hottest chili peppers in the world beside Bhut Jolokia, Red Scotch . . . Read More
Rocoto ■■■■■■
Rocoto refers to a red, hot pepper/chili used in Peru. Rocoto pepper looks like a sweet red pepper, however, . . . Read More
Devil ■■■■■■
Devil is a cooking term which means "to make food hot and/spicy with various seasonings, particularly, . . . Read More
Prik Ki Nu ■■■■■■
Prik Ki Nu refers to Thai chili and is also known as birds eye chillies (sometimes called "birdshit" . . . Read More
Imifino ■■■■■
Imifino refer to wild spinach-like greens or to wild growing herbaceous plants that are collected and . . . Read More
Cabe ■■■■■
Cabe is the Indonesian word for "Chili pepper" (also known as, or spelled, chilli pepper, chilli, chillie, . . . Read More
Locotos ■■■■■
Locotos refer to small chilli peppers in BoliviaOther definition: Locotos refer to the fiercely hot small . . . Read More
Kinunot ■■■■■
Kinunot is a dish from the Philippines, specifically from the Bicol Region which is made with a fish . . . Read More
Kulikot / Siling Kulikot ■■■■■
Kulikot / Siling Kulikot: Kulikot is the Visayan word for the red and tiny and very hot/spicy chili pepper . . . Read More
Aji Limo ■■■■■
Aji Limo (Capsicum chinense) refers to a variet of chili/chilean extremely hot South American chili/chile . . . Read More