Wimps. Habaneros are too easy to find. There's one that's even better, and you can grow it yourself: manzano rojo (red) and manzano amarillo (yellow). They come from fairly high elevations in the Andes, and if they like where they're planted, can make a sort of tree about 15' tall. While you can find bottled whole peppers and sauces in a good Latin market, the fresh ones are where the fun is: they have thick flesh, like a bell pepper, and they're very crispy when you bite them, again like a bell pepper, but they're also extremely juicy and a bite will completely coat the inside of your mouth with a flavor that's the equal of any habanero (they're related). We kept a plant of each going for a good 15 years before they gave up. They'd freeze to the ground in winter, and come back in spring. Great peppers.