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A hot chili ideally suited for making chili sauce, using fresh, or in a chili where a lot of flavour and heat is needed. Similar heat as a cayenne pepper. Dries well. The compact plants produce numerous 6” to 8” long by 1/2” wide slightly-curled fruits. Very productive even in places with short seasons. Originally introduced by William Maule Seed Company of Philadelphia, in 1912.