We acquired our seeds directly from the original grower in the UK and grew these out this year. The Dragon’s Breath pepper is named for the symbol of Wales – the Welsh dragon. It is believed to be the unofficial world’s hottest pepper with a reported peak heat of 2.48 million Scoville heat units.
There's certainly a chance but you'd have to plant lots of seeds and even if some looked like they might be crossed you'd still have to rule out instability, genetic variations, and other crosses... A tall order. If you really want that specific cross you should intentionally polinate and isolate flowers to get seeds with high probability of being what you seek.Bookers said:On the right moruga scorpion chocolate and on the left Carolina reaper. The plants grew next to each other, have been overwintered 2 years and there was a constant bumblebee working regularly. Anyone think they have cross pollinated? I will save seeds from the chocolate. Would be awesome to get a chocolate reaper... cheers everyone...
I got precisely the same response when I emailed Puckerbutt about this Chocolate Plant that was suppose to be their C. Reaper. I didnt get a Peep out of them Maybe if i start calling them Pepper X it will get a Response?ShowMeDaSauce said:They are not far off the pics on CCN website. If you can get pepperlover to respond about seed source that would be great. I never got a reply hence the reason i make sure to call them Pepperlover Dragons Breath.
Wow, Andy! Fantastic! I'm glad there are still chocolates out there. I think they're much hotter than the caramel...at least F1 was. What do you think?Walchit said:Got this exceptionally gnarly pheno of Bhuter's 7pot Cinder. From F2 seed
This is the other pheno, I had one like this last year, and one similar but Carmel color, and I didnt save seeds from either of those.
Florissa's peach reaper. The color on these is super weird. Somewhere between peach and mustard or something.
For as sweet pepper this Corbaci sweet is pretty gnarly