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MustardMorugaBrain

Mustard Moruga Brain Pepper Seeds

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This Mustard Moruga Brain pepper is SCORCHIN' HOT! The flavor is very earthy/floral, with throat wrenching heat. This new variety comes from Butch T himself. The Mustard Moruga Brain has not yet been tested on the Scoville Heat scale, but we have heard this is definitely in the SUPERHOT category!

The Mustard Moruga Brain chili will ripen from green to a mustard color with wrinkly, crazy-looking skin. The Mustard Moruga Brain pepper plant will grow to about 4 feet tall and it will be productive and amazing to maintain. This will be the star of the show!

Species:Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level: Unknown but RIDICULOUSLY HOT

Type: Super-hot

Origin: Unknown 

Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds  

Love mustard type hot peppers? Check out the Spicy Mustard Habanero and Big Mustard Mama.

Are you a big fan of scorching super-hot peppers? Check out the super-hot peppers we carry, as well as exotic and novelty peppers.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Betty Searles
Spicy mustard

I been growing all different kinds of mustard peppers moruga brain is got good heat for making spicy mustard hot sauce will buy it again

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Leonardo Barreto
Had no problems germinating!

Great germination. Took longer than other varieties but I got what I paid for.

J
Justin
They're not kidding when they say scorching hot!

I purchased some seeds back in December and am now starting to get some results. They turn from a pale green, to a deep forest green and finally to a golden orange/green mottle. Mine don't look the same as these but I am not complaining, they're tasty and VERY HOT! Upon cutting them open, you can see honey yellow beads of oil throughout the pod. The smell from three pods filled the whole house when dehydrating! Taste is floral and slightly sweet. Green sections of a dried pod are slightly earthy and bitter but not bad if powdered. Recommended!

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Morgan
Successful seed germination! Now we wait...

I started 4 of the 10 seeds I received using the double cup method, which has been the easiest and cheapest way I've found to start pepper plants.. I've got my plants in Jiffy potting soil in the east facing window in my office (where i started them). So far they are looking healthy. I will post an update once to review the peppers, once they form and ripen.

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Laura Brown
Moruga DEAD brain seeds

None of these seed germinated, or sprouted. We soak the seeds overnight, and then plant them in seed starting soil, with a heating pad underneath and a clear cover, and a grow light. Been doing this for many years. I think we got less then half the plants that we had seeds of this year :(

Hello we would be happy to help! I would be curious to know how long you have been trying to germinate them. They can take up to 6 weeks to germinate. Thank you for reaching out!

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews Write a review

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
67%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
33%
(2)
B
Betty Searles
Spicy mustard

I been growing all different kinds of mustard peppers moruga brain is got good heat for making spicy mustard hot sauce will buy it again

L
Leonardo Barreto
Had no problems germinating!

Great germination. Took longer than other varieties but I got what I paid for.

J
Justin
They're not kidding when they say scorching hot!

I purchased some seeds back in December and am now starting to get some results. They turn from a pale green, to a deep forest green and finally to a golden orange/green mottle. Mine don't look the same as these but I am not complaining, they're tasty and VERY HOT! Upon cutting them open, you can see honey yellow beads of oil throughout the pod. The smell from three pods filled the whole house when dehydrating! Taste is floral and slightly sweet. Green sections of a dried pod are slightly earthy and bitter but not bad if powdered. Recommended!

M
Morgan
Successful seed germination! Now we wait...

I started 4 of the 10 seeds I received using the double cup method, which has been the easiest and cheapest way I've found to start pepper plants.. I've got my plants in Jiffy potting soil in the east facing window in my office (where i started them). So far they are looking healthy. I will post an update once to review the peppers, once they form and ripen.

L
Laura Brown
Moruga DEAD brain seeds

None of these seed germinated, or sprouted. We soak the seeds overnight, and then plant them in seed starting soil, with a heating pad underneath and a clear cover, and a grow light. Been doing this for many years. I think we got less then half the plants that we had seeds of this year :(

Hello we would be happy to help! I would be curious to know how long you have been trying to germinate them. They can take up to 6 weeks to germinate. Thank you for reaching out!