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Bode Amarela Pepper Seed

Bode Amarela Pepper Seed

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The Bode Amarela, also known as the Yellow Goat or Bode Yellow, is a prolific, culinary pepper from Brazil that has an amazing flavor profile and perfect heat level that's useful in a wide variety of dishes.

These pepper plants boast great yields of these pendant-shaped peppers, growing to half an inch with large curved stems. Ripening from green, yellow, golden orange, to finally red, make sure to harvest them when they are yellow because the Bode Yellow Pepper tastes best during the yellow stage.

The Bode Amarela pepper has a surprisingly subtle fruity flavor compared to other small chilis, where it tastes identical to habanero-type fruitiness with a nice hint of smoke. The only difference is the Bode Pepper won’t have the same spice level as Habaneros so you will be able to enjoy this more if the Habanero is too spicy for your liking. Use this delicious pepper for salsas, soups, and sides like rice and beans!

  • Species: Capsicum Chinense
  • Heat Level: 30,000-32,000 SHUs
  • Type: Hot
  • Flavor: Fruity, Smoky
  • Origin: Brazil
  • Pod Size: 0.5"
  • Days to Harvest: 80-90+ Days

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Specifications:

  • Heat Level:
  • Pod Size: 0.5"
  • Origin: Brazil
  • Species: Chinense
  • SHU: 30,000-32,000
  • Days to Harvest: 80 - 89 days

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Claudia Kimrey
They are Sprouting

Seeds were delivered quickly and I even received a surprise extra package with some free variety seeds. I planted them and they are sprouting; still don't know if they will bear fruit.