Sometimes called Cachucha or Ajicito, Aji Dulce is a 'seasoning' pepper with all the fruity flavor of a habenero and very little of the heat. Aji Dulce tends to be a catch-all name for a flavorful pepper with little heat, used most often in the Caribbean and Venezuela. This variety in particular resembles a Bishop's Crown pepper with abundant aroma and fruity flavor. Slow to ripen but worth the wait. Seeds were originally sourced from farmer Ben Flanner at Brooklyn Grange Farm in Brooklyn, NY. Start early to ensure ripe fruits, especially in areas with a short summer. Grown by Zach Pickens of Farm Tournant. Seed was passed to him of this rare variety.