Europe as a whole is a considered to be the native home of the Chili plants from where these are propagated to most of the other nations and regions of the world.  There are many types of chilies that are special and unique to the each of the climatic zones of the European continent. Europe is famous for some of the mild and sweet type chili with less heat levels belonging to the bell pepper family. These are good for the changing seasons of the European countries and grow well to give good chili harvests.

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  1. Black Czechoslovakian
    Black Czechoslovakian

    A European heirloom chilli, the Black Czechoslovakian looks like an almost black Jalapeno until it ripens to a deep red, but it is milder and sweeter.

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  2. Dorset Naga
    Dorset Naga

    Though never officially crowned, the Dorset Naga was thought to be the world's hottest chilli in the mid 2000s, and one of the first chillies whose pods measured in above 1 million SHU.

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