chinense Mustard Bhut Jolokia

This is the hottest and best tasting khaki/green ripening C.chinense I have grown to date. Ardent green foliage and classic indian leaf structure. Very prolific plant with pods ripening from light green to a dark myrtle green and eventually to an olive or khaki shade.

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I reckon the mustard chilli's are the better colours, and these ones are no different.
 
But more importantly, kudos on the photography. That is most impressive :clap:
 
very nice looking pods, I had only seen them once before I have yet to grow any mustard varieties. Great photo's by the way John.
Maybe someone that is growing them could due a review on flavor and heat.
 
Nigel said:
Wonderful photos, John. 
 
 
My opinion on the flavour, etc
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-aKmwx8USs&list=UUvpwCBbWBXpc-AzNlkEf8RA
Crazy looking pepper, green grassy flavor does not sound appealing however :eek:
 
These look fantastically photogenic.They take on an exotic, almost alien-like botanical quality. For some reason they evoked images of the set designs of the old 60s Star Trek. Anyone know if the fresh pods of these are in circulation?
 
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