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I'd pretty much agree with that - I use the Jalapeno (or Serrano) for the heat, not for the flavor.
The scotch bonnet's are extremely near kin to the habanaros. I think of them interchangeably with the one caveat that the ripening time for the scotch bonnets precludes my growing them (at least, outdoors).
Adding heat to food should enhance the flavor. In the US, they have chili contest and give them names like "Five Alarm", "Six Alarm", ad nauseam, and similar claims to extreme heat. I frequently explain to people that any moron can make food extremely hot - just add more peppers.
It's making it so it tastes better as a consequence of the heat that's the art. I rarely use any form of liquefied tomatoes without a bit of heat. Most Asian dishes, as well. And, of course, mutli-bean curry.
If I had bought the seeds it would definitely have been Serrano. So abundent and, not being hollow, so much easier to slice and dice and whatever. The Jalapeno seeds were taken from a few I let get very thoroughly ripe (last summer) separated, cleaned, and dried.
Were I to pick only one, then indeed we're in agreement as to the heat level. Something that can be sliced fresh and put on a pizza. The length growing season, here, makes getting very ripe Habanaro touch-and-go. I'd like to save seeds to replant and share. I'm finishing off a second quart of Jalapeno sauce from last years crop.
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