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Favorite Hot Pepper
Brown and Yellow superhots, Sweet Chinense
Favorite Hot Sauce
Pa'su Madre 7 Pot Primo Hot Sauce
Chili... Beans or No Beans?
7 Pot Primo Orange
7 Pot Jonah
Bhut Jolokia White JW
Big Black Mama
Big Mustard Mama
Big Yellow Mama
THSC Chocolate Scorpion
Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion
NuMex Pumpkin Spice
Hi guys, in these past few days Jim Duffy of Refining Fire Chiles has announced the future release (I don't remember if it will be end of July or September) of 28 Native American chile varieties he collected from various sources.
I think they'll be mainly Annuums from the New Mexico and Mexico region.
Brad Bishop is doing a series reviewing all these
I think it's really interesting and also important for the community, as it's a way to preserve the oldest chile varieties from becoming extinct and wanted to share it with you!
Give me a mild, a hot one and a superhot: I'd say Aleppo, Fatalii and a toss up between the Moruga Scorpion and the Bhut Jolokia.
Reasons? Flavor, beauty of the plant, productivity, fairly easy to grow, stability.
There are so many varieties of this gorgeous pepper: Jamaica, MOA, Papa Dreadie, TFM (Trenton Farmer Market), Papa Joe's, Foodarama, Burkina Yellow and list goes on...
Which ones have you tried?
Have you guys got a favourite one?
As long as some will say that some superhots are faster than others, truth is that all Chinense take forever to grow.
Baccatum too, and Pubescens even worse.
Just start your seeds earlier, take advantage of indoor growing as much as you can, and pick the superhots you like!