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Organic Aji Dulce Pepper
Organic Aji Dulce (Line 7) Pepper
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We are so excited to share these seeds with the world! Packed with rich, tropical sweetness, Aji Dulce ripens from lime green to red and is an essential ingredient for sofrito and many other Caribbean dishes.

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Organic Aji Dulce (Line 7) Pepper We are so excited to share these seeds with the world! Packed with rich, tropical sweetness, Aji Dulce ripens from lime green to red and is an essential ingredient for sofrito and many other Caribbean dishes. Native to the Caribbean, Ají Dulce is only just being selected in the Northeast by Fruition. Our strain came to us from Ed Fraser of Fraser Farms outside Rochester, New York. Since leaving Puerto Rico years ago, Ed had been looking for a true Aji Dulce and finally, with the help of Robert Hadad from Cornell University and friends in Puerto Rico, Ed was able to identify Line 7, clearly an authentic Puerto Rican Aji Dulce. We have made significant selections for early maturity and high yields while maintaining the sweet, full flavor of Aji Dulce.

Aji Dulce (
Capsicum chinense) will yield better when started three weeks earlier than classic (C. anuum) peppers.

65 days from transplant

Capsicum chinense


Average Rating: Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 11 Write a review »

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3 of 5 Same as my Habanada review November 4, 2019
Reviewer: Melissa Driscoll from Kenyon, MN United States  


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5 of 5 Excellent flavor January 26, 2019
Reviewer: Candace from Buffalo, NY  
I had good success with this pepper variety. The harvest was not abundant, but that was entirely my fault for over crowding. The fruits we did have were extraordinary! The flavor is similar to a habanero but without the heat. I absolutely recommend giving this variety a go!

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1 of 5 Not sure what happened... January 14, 2019
Reviewer: Nathaniel Tucker from Fillmore, NY United States  
We had poor success with germination, and those that survived inside didn't make it in the garden. I have some theories, but it may have been us and not the seeds,

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5 of 5 Delicious in Sofrito! January 6, 2019
Reviewer: Mary Beth from Center Rutland, VT United States  
These peppers were beautiful and delicious—they were one of the later peppers to produce but worth the wait. Excellent in any latin american cooking but especially sofrito with shallots and fresh cilantro (can freeze it too!).

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4 of 5 Delicious but low fruit set January 6, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Western Massachusetts & near Albany New York  
This is one of my favorite-flavored peppers, but I usually get consistently lower numbers of peppers from these plants than other varieties.  I still choose to grow it every year.  It's that good.

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