'Sabroso Habanero Yellow' may just knock your socks off. Kevin Bane (who produced these seeds for us) obtained the original seed on the non-touristy side of town in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, just south of Cancun. Kevin loves this pepper due to its concentrated fruity habanero flavor with extreme heat. He believes these have become distinct from the original seeds he collected, mainly due the large size of the fruit, which he describes as "extremely huge and prolific." Be prepared for lots of heat, as these will continue to set fruit until frost.
GROWING TIPS: Start seeds indoors in March. After danger of frost transplant to garden with 30 inches between plants. Kevin says they get big.