Best known as the chilli used to make genuine Hungarian Paprika, which is richer than store bought paprika, the Boldog Hungarian has a sweet, spicy flavour.
Long and bright orange, it's no wonder this heirloom chilli is called the Bulgarian Carrot.. But don't be fooled, this glossy chilli is much spicier than the salad carrot!
With almost perfectly-circular red fruit, the Cherry Bomb looks almost like a tomato, but at 5000 Scoville Heat Units you will taste the difference!
A heirloom chilli from Hungary, the Hungarian black is a striking plant to watch grow, starting with a purple flower and progressing into a green, black then red chilli that resembles the jalapeno.
Similar in appearance to the banana chilli, producing large, thick and crunchy pods, but significantly spicier with a Scoville reading of over 5000. Used extensively in Hungarian Cuisine.