Chocolate Habanero, also known as brown or black Habanero or Congo Black, has little to do with the sweet treat we associate chocolate with, save for the rich color of its skin. This variety is from the Caribbean one of hottest and largest of the Habanero family. It is popular in local cuisine, used in chutneys, sauces and marinades and mixes especially well with fruit in salsas. It has a unique rich, smoky flavor unlike any other chili pepper. It packs a punch far spicier than regular Habanero, with 425,000 Scoville units. The plant grows to around 1 m tall and has green stems, green leaves, and creamy-yellow flowers. It produces heavy yields of 5 cm long by 4 cm wide wrinkled hot peppers which turn from green to chocolate brown when mature.