Expecting a hard freeze tonight so I picked the last of my pods. I also have this mystery plant with thick red pods with a flavor similar to jalapenos but slightly hotter. The pods range from dime sized to the size in the pic and ripen red. The seeds were sent to me (unsure from who) and were labeled as Gochu...don't appear to be these. Any ideas? Jerry
Had an amazing year of growth and as a result have a freezer full of pods. I have however realized that the superhots are not my thing. I actually prefer the baccatums to the chinense varieties, but I will grow some more Chocolate Habs next year. I also love the Trinidad Scorpion Yellow Cardi (as hot as I will ever grow).
I just tasted this THING...omg the initial flavor was really good, but I was soon overwhelmed with pain (this was a matchstick sized sliver). Methinks I've found the very top of my tolerance...and no sir, I didn't like it...lol
im going to see how my job treats me over the winter when it comes to time, im going to be doing a few givaways and the peach bhut will be on the list again thanks to your desire
the peach bhut is not as hot as the GS and i dont think the peach is bitter at all, the G.S. sometimes can be a little bitter, the only differance ive seen is heat, flavor is almost the same between the two,now remember im not a good authority on them im not that fond of bhuts and scorps they hurt too much for the litttle bit of flavor they offer
gotta say though that the peach bhut has the best flavor or all the bhut color variation> ;)imho
thanks your friend Joe
I agree from what I've tasted so far (more limited), but the pain outweighs the reward. So far I seem to prefer the baccatum varieties to the super hor chinenses.
Haven't tasted it yet, just excited that it's finally ready...lol. Bottom to top: MOA Scotch Bonnet, Aji Crystal (1st one of these too), Orange Habs, White Fataliis, Unknown Red Chinense (any ideas?) and finally Yellow Fatalii.