What are the pros? Looks great in the garden.
What are the cons? It should be sweet, never hot.
I've got to know this chili when visiting Brazil a few years ago. They are sought for their taste instead of their spiciness. These chilies are invariably sweet, that's to say, they're always sweet, never spicy. It's precisely why it's so loved by Brazilians, especially those from the southern part of the country where they usually are not fond of spicy food, unlike most Latin Americans. These little chilies are extensively used in sauces, pickles and as a garnish because of its sweetness and fruity taste. So, if you want to have a true biquinho chili in your garden, forget the heat.
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