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#41 Chewi


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Posted Yesterday, 02:36 PM

Im not a fan of any of the super hot flavors at all. The hottest pepper that tastes decent to me would be the Red Savina. 


You just summed it up nicely. This is the truth. End of story.

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Posted Yesterday, 06:05 PM

Honestly the habaneros I've grown always seem to be duds. IDK why. So don't roast me... Habaneros! They just end up a small red balls and never develop into what I see photos of or what I see in the store. Several seeds from different places too.

I need to get some better seeds probably.

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Posted Yesterday, 10:04 PM

I agree with the people who mention dud jalapenos, because there seem to be a lot of varieties that just don't cut the mustard (or top the nacho cheese).  My personal least favorite was a northern variety from Fedco seeds called Jaluv an Atttitude.  The description bragged it up so much, I thought I would enter northern latitudinal jalapeno heaven.  I literally got mad at these peppers when I started tasting them.  Heat was meek, flavor was bland, and the walls were so thin there was no hope of pickling them.  


Like Andy Bernard would say, "Those peppers taste bad."


 Just stick to Mucho Nacho.

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