Description: Started as an off pheno or cross that J. Turner got from some red bhut seeds he purchased. They ripen to a mustard / gold color eventually. They take a very long time to ripen, a long season would be best. Pods for me were very big, and gnarly. Heat was less than a regular ghost pepper but they tasted so much better. Just an awesome pepper.
ATTENTION: I have made these available but they have been quite difficult to germinate. They are taking 3 to 4 weeks using the paper towel in a ziploc method. I started with 2 hours soak in hydrogen peroxide to kill off any dormant mold spores that may have become present during the drying process. I then soaked in a mild salt petre / distilled water solution for a day in the refrigerator. Then I put them in damp paper towels in ziploc bags. I then put on heat of about 85 degrees for 2 weeks and after that was mostly at room temperature with heat on them only in late afternoon / early evening about 6 hours a day. I provide this information to show the process I used for testing. They were one of the most difficult strains to germinate this year but at the end the germination rate was above 90%.
Species: Capsicum Chinense
Seeds: Non Isolated / 10+ Per Pack