Adjuma

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Adjuma
Adjoema chili.jpg
Species Capsicum chinense
Cultivar 'Adjuma'
Heat Very hot
Scoville scale 100,000 – 500,000[1] SHU

Adjuma, Adjoema, aji umba, or ojemma[2] is a variety of Capsicum chinense chili pepper, originally from Suriname. The fruits are shaped like small bell peppers, colored red or yellow. This pepper is sometimes sold as Madame Jeanette, although that is a different variety. Adjuma chilies are also very often sold as "Habanero" or "Scotch Bonnet", due to their similarity.

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  1. ^ Chilimagazine (27 July 2015). "Aji Umba". Chilipepers en Tuinieren. 
  2. ^ "Aji Umba chile pepper database". thechileman.org. 

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Media related to Capsicum chinense cultivars at Wikimedia Commons