The 3~4 inch pods are a cheery red.
Sweet, with a fruity (hint of apple?) flavor. Not a trace of the dreaded Soapy Baccatum taste.
As you work your way up, some of the pods deliver a touch of heat. It's enough to add to the overall flavor, but not remotely enough to put you off eating another as soon as you can. Many pods are completely lacking heat. This is about the only drawback I can see.
Wildly prolific! My modest plant, about 3' across and growing in a 4 gal container, has at least 100 pods close to ripening, and continues to set more flowers by the day.
I could eat these things by the bucket.
Many thanks to Smokemaster for the seeds!