Foodarama red, as others have reported, has a bitter flavor. Does not taste at all like a yellow scotch bonnet. Flavor is not bad, but not a favorite.
I had issues with congo red fully ripening before turning soft. Flavor was excellent - and also excellent while still green or half green half red. Congo yellow was more productive for me and the taste was just as good.
Antillais was delicious, but didn't have much of that habanero aroma that you can smell on the other side of the room after cutting. This is my first choice if i am looking for a delicious hot red pepper that will not dominate the flavor of my dish
West Indies was very productive, stayed crisp while ripening, and overall seemed the easiest to grow. Nicely aromatic. This would be my first choice when I want a red pepper with a more noticeable flavor and aroma.
To me, all of these red peppers lack a strong distinctive flavor, compared to varieties such as jamaican yellow scotch bonnet or orange habanero.