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#41 Bicycle808

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Posted 12 October 2016 - 08:55 PM

Sadly i didnt measured them, but you can guess their size compared to the "holes" in the paper:

 

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They both look small for Congo Triinidads; i guess there's a lot of variables that decide pod size, but the one on the left is straight-up tiny


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Posted 13 October 2016 - 07:53 AM

They do look very small for a congo. The red Trinidad Congos I received in an SFRB last year were huge! One of the largest habs I have seen to date. It was also the hottest hab I have tried, quite a bit hotter than a red savina. I have yet to try the Antillais Caribbean Red hab, but my favorite red hab to date is the West Indies Hab. I really liked the flavor profile of this hab and it was surprisingly hot. Another nice hab I tried this year was the Mayan Hab. It had a great flavor and heat wise was slightly less hot than the typical orange hab. This one may not be a true hab though because of its unusual shape for a hab and there are many that believe it is a cross with a cayenne.



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Posted 13 October 2016 - 06:11 PM

They do look very small for a congo. The red Trinidad Congos I received in an SFRB last year were huge! One of the largest habs I have seen to date. It was also the hottest hab I have tried, quite a bit hotter than a red savina. I have yet to try the Antillais Caribbean Red hab, but my favorite red hab to date is the West Indies Hab. I really liked the flavor profile of this hab and it was surprisingly hot. Another nice hab I tried this year was the Mayan Hab. It had a great flavor and heat wise was slightly less hot than the typical orange hab. This one may not be a true hab though because of its unusual shape for a hab and there are many that believe it is a cross with a cayenne.

 

The Antillais is very good, but i liked the "Westindian" a bit more.

 Was the "Congo" also sweet and had a nice "habanero-taste"? There is a "red mayan" and a "mayan red", confusingly they are different peppers. 

 

 I have seeds for the more rare  "Mayan type", a more roundish pepper.






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