2004, how long has The Hot Pepper Forum been around?
I think it's a telling point that the only way to taste a Bahamian Goat Pepper then was to go to the Bahamas!Tina Brooks said:You can only get the goat pepper in the Bahamas. We simulate the flavour using scotch bonnies and habs (Red Savinas) when we can't get them, and I think the Peppermaster is brilliant at getting the flavour as well as the heat of the goat, but the goat holds its heat just that much longer. It's worth a trip to Nassau.
Speaking of which... One of these days, we're planning to arrange a Goat Pepper Festival in Nassau... Anyone think they might be interested?
salsalady said:Gotta revive it yet again....because others linked it!!!
Still love fatalli and red savina and other carribean reds.....
Long Live the First Post!!!
I find Yellow Fataliis to be absolutely delicious. Very citrusy and fruity up front, with that "in your face" Fatalli burn.CAPCOM said:Fatalli's.
I tried fatalli's when I first joined this forum and really didn't care for them.
I'm surprised you didn't like them. Honestly, you're probably the first person I've ever heard say that, haha. I do know exactly what you mean about their burn though. It hits hard and freakin' fast; a real "in yourD3monic said:I grew yellow fatalii and ended up not liking them very much. I think it was mostly the burn.