website Danger Bros. Peppers with a hot new website

Hey folks!

I'm Victor, been growing peppers and have been part of the PLC Discord community since the summer, but my brother has been out there growing peps for a while longer (@dangermann_garden on Insta).

We joined forces from across the Atlantic (I'm in Toronto, he's in Berlin) to put together an online shop together at https://www.dangerbros.ca/ (USD link) (EUR link)

Would love to get your input! Of course, if you feel so inclined order away. Free international shipping with the promo code THEHOTPEPPER.

We've got over 40 varieties, including rare Reaper crosses, unique peppers from European cultivators, a handful of wild varieties, and some trusted staples.

Please just give me a shout if you have any questions. You can also reach us on Instagram @dangerpeps
 

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CraftyFox

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Nice looking site, the details are everything! I recently got the 'Peach Caterpillar' in a trade and had trouble finding anyone carrying it currently. From your detailed write-up, I can tell it was a good choice for my grow this year. The ones I have are from 2012, so I might have to catch up with you next year, if these don't pan out.

I'm a little surprised it isn't more popular, from what I've heard of it, and the look. How would you rate the heat of your version of Aribibi Guasano, as compared to something at the level of say Paper Lantern or Fidalgo Roxa?
 
Nice looking site, the details are everything! I recently got the 'Peach Caterpillar' in a trade and had trouble finding anyone carrying it currently. From your detailed write-up, I can tell it was a good choice for my grow this year. The ones I have are from 2012, so I might have to catch up with you next year, if these don't pan out.

I'm a little surprised it isn't more popular, from what I've heard of it, and the look. How would you rate the heat of your version of Aribibi Guasano, as compared to something at the level of say Paper Lantern or Fidalgo Roxa?
Thanks for having a look! It's an excellent pepper indeed. My brother's plant was chock full of them, an insane amount of pods for a single plant in a 10ish gallon pot.
Heat wise, it's got quite a bite, more immediate than a habanero, that's for sure. Haven't tried either Paper lanterns or Fidalgo Roxas, so unfortunately can't comment on how they'd compare.. but it is in the hotter habanero varieties range if that makes sense? A friend thought it was in the super hot category when he bit into it but it's not quite there.
You're absolutely right. The Aribibi Gusano should be more popular and it's odd that it isn't.
 
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