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#2341 wiriwiri

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Posted 27 January 2019 - 03:01 PM

I received a very large assortment of seeds including wilds :P   from GIP...He really went above & beyond.Also sent me some SERRANO Powder,

I  know that bagging/labeling & mailing seeds is not always appreciated but to that end I want to acknowledge him with a great  big

                                                              THANK YOU....ANDREW....PPATB

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#2342 Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

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Posted 27 January 2019 - 05:51 PM

Glad that you got them quickly,and happy to share any wilds i have. 

You have shared many wilds with me  :cool:  I knew you would appreciate them even if you happened to already have 1 of them  :)

I look forward to hearing your opinion on the smoked Serrano Powder, and possibly seeing the creative dishes you use it in  :D

 

here's to a productive garden in 2019

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Posted 27 January 2019 - 08:19 PM

I will personally vouch for the Serrano powder. It rocks!  :metal:


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Posted 27 January 2019 - 08:23 PM

I will personally vouch for the Serrano powder. It rocks!  :metal:


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Posted 28 January 2019 - 09:43 PM

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D3monic just sent me an awesome surprise package in the mail!!! Dude, I can't say thank you enough, man! I had no idea this was coming, and it was totally unnecessary! I'm really looking forward to getting into "The Fermentator!" Like always, I'll post some detailed reviews in your sauce thread, bro, as soon as I get caught up (I still have Shorerider's to do too ;) )

Thanks again D3! :metal:

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P.S.- I have a couple more weeks to go on my ferments, and you'll have a box coming your way, D3 ;)
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Posted 28 January 2019 - 11:39 PM

MikeUSMC,

 

To my embarrassment, I've been slow in trying D3Monic's sauces. Not for lack of respect mind you, but so many other variables. I've a great collection of sauces and since my involvement here on THP, I've acquired so many more. So I show'em off a bit before I eat them.  

 

The one I have tried, only since Christmas, was the Sweet Thai. I assume it was made for oriental dishes, but for me it has been slamming with summer sausages and other such charcuteries.  He could call it anything he wants, but the sweetness is there, the consistency perfect and the "heat" is spot on. Just right. Prosciutto, Sopressata, cream cheese... this sauce nails it perfectly.  Any hotter and it would be beyond my threshold. But, to me, as it is -   "dead on" in both heat and flavor. 

 

I'm no professional reviewer nor food critic, but in simplest terms would give it "two thumbs up." Especially for the uses I describe.

 

Being a commercial hot sauce maker, it may seem to some counterintuitive to give credence to anyone else, but in my business model - I truly wish success for all. It's a big market.

 

Having tried this sauce and damn near emptied the bottle, I would "buy" it again. Although in this case it was a "gift."  I will in due time try the others. 

 

D3,

 

Sorry for such late response. In complete seriousness, this Sweet Thai is a good product. (You know this already, but it never hurts hearing from an independent source.) Thanks for sharing.

 

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Posted 29 January 2019 - 06:54 AM

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D3monic just sent me an awesome surprise package in the mail!!! Dude, I can't say thank you enough, man! I had no idea this was coming, and it was totally unnecessary! I'm really looking forward to getting into "The Fermentator!" Like always, I'll post some detailed reviews in your sauce thread, bro, as soon as I get caught up (I still have Shorerider's to do too ;) )

Thanks again D3! :metal:

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P.S.- I have a couple more weeks to go on my ferments, and you'll have a box coming your way, D3 ;)


No problem Mike, I was last minute rushing the package together. Sorry about the lack of shrink bands. Rest assured they are unopened bottles.

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Posted 29 January 2019 - 06:55 AM

MikeUSMC,
 
To my embarrassment, I've been slow in trying D3Monic's sauces. Not for lack of respect mind you, but so many other variables. I've a great collection of sauces and since my involvement here on THP, I've acquired so many more. So I show'em off a bit before I eat them.  
 
The one I have tried, only since Christmas, was the Sweet Thai. I assume it was made for oriental dishes, but for me it has been slamming with summer sausages and other such charcuteries.  He could call it anything he wants, but the sweetness is there, the consistency perfect and the "heat" is spot on. Just right. Prosciutto, Sopressata, cream cheese... this sauce nails it perfectly.  Any hotter and it would be beyond my threshold. But, to me, as it is -   "dead on" in both heat and flavor. 
 
I'm no professional reviewer nor food critic, but in simplest terms would give it "two thumbs up." Especially for the uses I describe.
 
Being a commercial hot sauce maker, it may seem to some counterintuitive to give credence to anyone else, but in my business model - I truly wish success for all. It's a big market.
 
Having tried this sauce and damn near emptied the bottle, I would "buy" it again. Although in this case it was a "gift."  I will in due time try the others. 
 
D3,
 
Sorry for such late response. In complete seriousness, this Sweet Thai is a good product. (You know this already, but it never hurts hearing from an independent source.) Thanks for sharing.
 
Reggie


Thank you Reggie, I appreciate the kind words. Im glad youre enjoying it.

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Posted 29 January 2019 - 10:39 AM

Here we go again in my favorite topic to post into.
Huge THANK YOU to FITN for the seeds. We made a swap and I received WAY more than I bargained for. Seriously excited to check out some of these varieties. Like one of these seeds is named, you are one gnarley dude. Thanks again buddy.

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#2350 Scoville DeVille

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Posted 30 January 2019 - 08:06 PM

Came home today to this. WOWWWIE!

I'm not 100% sure who sent it but I will find you!! :rofl:

THANK YOI!!! I am stoked to try it. Tomorrow morning I think.

BOOM!

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Posted 30 January 2019 - 08:14 PM

holy shite!!!!!!!

 

You know it is not from me, or it would have said Scovie Eggtitties..... :rofl:



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Posted 30 January 2019 - 09:12 PM

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Posted 30 January 2019 - 09:17 PM

Let the omlettes begin...

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Posted 30 January 2019 - 09:35 PM

Came home today to this. WOWWWIE!

I'm not 100% sure who sent it but I will find you!! :rofl:

THANK YOI!!! I am stoked to try it. Tomorrow morning I think.

BOOM!



Scovie Eggmaster!!!!!!!

I felt you just needed one of your own bwahahaha, although eggtitties would have been more appropriate!
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Posted 30 January 2019 - 09:49 PM

Nice!

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Posted 30 January 2019 - 10:03 PM

MASHER U R HARD BOILED SON!!!!!! :woohoo:



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Posted 30 January 2019 - 10:14 PM

I feel like I'm in a cool club. Rollin with the Rollies....

So damm nice of you Masher! Thank you!!!

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Posted 30 January 2019 - 11:05 PM

I'm curious to see how that GIP pepper grows out that was "Super Yummy" :lol: :D



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Posted 01 February 2019 - 02:13 PM

My gratitude goes this time to @wiriwiri, I just gave her a hint about something and she was so nice to send me some seeds. I mean not just some seeds, but seeds of wilds. Thank to her, now I am a "father" of many wilds like Eximium, Lanceolatum, Cumari do Para, CAP501, Cumari Pollux and Guatemalan wild. Now working to see these little babies becoming nice and happy plants. Thank you wiriwiri! Woohoo! 


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Posted 01 February 2019 - 04:58 PM

I contacted a member here on a long shot about a pepper I seen them post about, and asked if they wanted to trade, and we came to an agreement for a 1 to 1 trade, I actually sent 2 different types to him without saying anything about the extra, and in return I got back 6 different kinds.

 

I sent

 

Brazillian Starfish

Dundicut

 

and I got back

 

Aji Bolsa De Dulce

Aji Fantasy Yellow

Infinity Chili

Bhut Jolokia Purple

Fatalii Gourmet Jigsaw

Peach Bhut WM x 7 Pot Jonah

 

I only asked for the Fatalii Gourmet Jigsaw, and I can't say thanks enough for he extras, I just wish I would have known before hand. So thanks Ghost Pepper Revolution!






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