Description: This was created by Brian Seal. From what I understand he released this pheno of his Chocolate Nagabrains x Reaper cross as it was not the one he was looking for. I got the seeds for the from my friend Tom Kleinfeltner. They are probably one of the gnarliest and most interesting peppers I have grown. They have a few different shapes that are common with some with longer tails and others more like an Apocalypse Scorpion shape, but the one common thing is they are all really gnarly and very bumpy. Taste on these was actually quite good, and they were extremely hot. Production on these is outstanding. The filial generation of these is unknown and therefore must be considered unstable. Your grow results could vary from this description.
Species: Capsicum Chinense
Seeds: Isolated / 10 Per Pack
Type: Isolated Seeds
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