Got exactly what ordered in a timely manner. Great Job.
I ordered 3 types of seeds, they arrived in just a few days.
I'm writing this review before any sprouts have shown up, but I'm hopeful. Thank you pepper Joe
No problems germinating earlier this year and now I have 3 healthy chocolate bhutlah plants outside along with many other varieties that are flourishing. Pods on all plants are turning a really interesting chocolate color and the heat level on these is not to be messed with. It’s a painful burn, Different from reapers IMO. Reapers are not to be messed with
Either but there’s something different about the way these guys burn. Makes great hot sauce, or slice one up and put it on a sandwich if you dare. Earthy , 7 pot flavors with more heat than you can stand. Will be growing these again next year
Wicked Hot, I love it! Thanks for sharing!
I purchased some seeds from pepper joes last year and they sent me some of these chocolate bhutlah seeds free with my order, I had great germination and I have 3 really strong plants of this variety, along with many others that are producing some beautiful pods. They ripen to a really interesting chocolate color , after trying a small taste of a ripened pod I taste flavors similar to 7 pot variety peppers and earthy notes. This is a painfully hot pepper. If you are new to super hot peppers I do not advise eating an entire pod. You’re gonna be in trouble. Assess your toleration for spice and treat this pepper with respect. That aside, This would make some great hot sauce, which is exactly what I’m using it for. I like this so much that I’m sure I will grow this again next year.
Thank you for sharing and keeping things HOT!
I got free chocolate bhutlah seeds from pepper joes when I bought seeds last year and had great germination with them, I have 3 very healthy plants outside that are just starting to get ripe pods, Plucked one today and tried a small bite and up front you get the common floral super hot pepper that tastes of 7 pot variety and earthy undertones. Then the heat kicks in, and it’s REALLY hot, not for someone who just likes a little heat. I’m going to have loads of chocolate bhutlah pods and I’m going to use these for hot sauce. I really think it’s one of the best ways to use up peppers this hot, could be good sliced up on a sandwich too but, only for the chili heads! I think I like these enough to grow them again next year
That is a beautiful looking pod! Thanks for sharing!