Description: This strain of Scotch Brains showed up in my grow a few years ago. I suspect it is a cross with a Bahamian Goat, but impossible to be certain. The F1 pods had a smoother shape and more of a stinger. These F3 pods in this listing are different and really interesting. They are a more flattened shape and have a wonderful brainy texture. This is the phenotype I think I prefer and hope to reproduce in future grows. These are a little hotter than the yellow scotch brains but also have a very good yet different taste. They are less citrus which I would expect with a red vs. yellow pod. These are likely to still be quite unstable and your grow results may vary from this description. I have seen them reverting back to yellow and even producing some orange variants.
Species: Capsicum Chinense
Seeds: Non Isolated / 10+ Per Pack
Type: Non Isolated Seeds
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