The bitter Elephant trunk pepper (Capsicum Annuum Slonoviy Hobot) is a variety bred at the Maikop experimental station of the All-Russian Research Institute of Crop Production. It was approved for use in the Far Eastern region in 1952. It is recommended for growing in the open ground. The variety is represented by semi-spreading and closed, semi-columbous, medium-sized plants, 37.5–47.5 cm high, 44.0–70.3 cm in diameter. Leafiness is moderate. The stem is green. Nodes with pigmentation, purple-brown. The leaf is egg-shaped, dark green, without pubescence, medium-sized. Leaf blade length 7.0-8.5 cm, width 3.5-4.5 cm. Petiole length 3.0–4.8 cm. The flowers are solitary, rarely paired. The corolla is white, of medium size. The position of the fruit on the plant is drooping. The fruits are solitary, hobo-shaped and elongated-cone-shaped, of medium size, 8.2–14.9 cm long, 2.4–2.5 cm in diameter, weighing 12-25 g. The wall thickness is 1-3 mm. The flesh is coarse. The stem is goblet-shaped, 2.5–3.0 cm long. The color of the fruits in technical ripeness is light green, in biological ripeness-red. The fruits have a sharp taste. Pepper belongs to the medium-early varieties. The period from full shoots to biological ripeness is 120-156 days. The yield is 0.5-2.0 kg / m2. The variety is quite susceptible to diseases. It is recommended to use the fruit as a seasoning and for canning.