Scotch Bonnet

Scotch bonnet may refer to:

  • Scotch bonnet (mushroom), also known as the fairy ring mushroom
  • Scotch bonnet (pepper), an exceptionally hot chili pepper
  • Scotch bonnet (sea snail), a sea snail, official state shell of North Carolina

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... It takes approximately six years for a Scotch bonnet to mature ... In some cases, especially in deep water, the Scotch bonnet does not absorb the outer lip completely, leaving behind a varix on the whorls of the mature shell ... The more food a Scotch bonnet consumes during its lifetime, the more developed the shell features are, the glossier the sheen of the shell, and the brighter the color ...
Pride High - Main Cast - Scotch Bonnet
... Named after the scotch bonnet pepper, Claire Aedhamair can form semi-sentient beings of living fire and attack her opponents with them ...
Chili Sauce - Styles of Hot Sauce - The Americas
... The most common peppers used are habanero and Scotch bonnet, the latter being the most common in Jamaica ... - Bajan pepper sauce, a mustard and Scotch bonnet pepper based hot sauce ... - "Bello Hot Pepper Sauce", a hot sauce made from scotch bonnets, manufactured by Perry W ...

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