AKIRA SEEDS has a range of varieties of hot cayenne peppers, which turn from green to different intensities of red, yellow and orange. The shape is elongated and fine, with lengths between 11 and 20 cm and diameters from 1 to 1.5 cm. The weight of the fruits is between 12 and 25 grams. Its spicy content is somewhat, with differences between varieties. This characteristic makes them highly appreciated for culinary uses and their consumption is associated with health and well-being.
They are peppers adapted to cultivation outdoors or in greenhouse, in cycles usually early or very early.
According to Euroresidentes, cayenne pepper has nothing to do with pepper. In fact its name is born of the mistake or mistake made by Columbus upon his arrival in America. The word AJI comes from Quechua (spicy fruit). When it was extended to the north the Mexican Aztecs called them Chile and when Columbus arrived, did not realize that it was a hot pepper (chili or pepper), he thought that it was the pepper so desired by the Spaniards and that they brought from the East. So he called it Cayenne Pepper equivocally.