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GenghisKhanBrain

Genghis Khan Brain Pepper Seeds

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The Genghis Khan Brain pepper has been grown and developed by the AIASP in Italy. Though the Genghis Khan Brain has been around for a few years, not many are familiar with it. Heat is similar to other Brain Strain Peppers. The scent is close to other red varieties but the heat cuts through your tongue. Not much of a throat grabbing heat, but this oily menace doesn't play any games.

The Genghis Khan Brain chili has a pimply rough-looking outer skin that ripens from green to red. When it ripens, you’ll notice delicious fruity tones and this pepper supposedly rivals the heat of any other super-hot pepper.  What a reputation!  The Genghis Khan Brian pepper plant grows over 4 feet tall. 

Species:Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level:1,500,000+ SHUs

Type: Super-hot

Origin: Italy

Days to Harvest: 90+ Days

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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James Gilmore
Productive super hot pepper

I received Genghis Khan Brain pepper as free seeds in 2020. Since the first two seeds planted didn't germinate in mid-April, I decided to give them another try in June. This time one of two seeds germinated. Since it was really too late to grow them outdoors in Massachusetts by that time, we grew the plant in a hydroponic setup until March 2021. It required lots of pruining, and eventually had to be removed from the hydroponic setup to allow germination of this years peppers. The first few peppers were the correct size, but as time went on we got an abundance of smaller, but very hot fruit. We used these to make some great hot sauce. This years Genghis Khan Brain pepper is outdoors in a container and is now loaded with nicely shaped peppers that are turning bright red. Of the super hots I've grown in the past (Red Ghost, Copenhagen) and ones I'm growing this year (Trinidad Scorpion and Merlot 7 Pot), these are the most prolific.

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David Cacciatore
Very hot, super productive plant

I also got these seeds for free last year, and like the other reviewer have found them among my most productive plants. They germinated first and are producing dozens of peppers. I ate one this morning, and it was a screamer, simalar to other super hots, very slightly bitter but bright. I've made sauce and dried a bunch so far, and the plants are still cranking. Would recommend.

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Peyton
Super tasty and super hot!

I received these ghengis khan brain seeds free from pepper joes when I bought seeds last year and these germinated well. Out of the 3 seeds I planted , 2 germinated successfully and I have 2 really healthy brain strain plants in the mix of other plants this year. Pulled the first ripe pod off of one of the two plants and sliced it up and put it on a sandwich. First thoughts on the taste of the pepper is they are very similar in flavor to Carolina reapers IMO. Fruity , sweet , maybe just some little floral notes but not a lot. The heat is almost that of a reaper as well. I’m going to use these peppers, along with others to make loads of hot sauce. I will more than likely grow these again next year . Thanks pepper joe!

Nice work! Thanks for sharing!

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Craig
Free Seeds are the Best Seeds!

I ordered a few seed packs (Aji Amarillo, Purple Cayenne, etc...) and received a small package of these seeds for free. As this was my first order from Pepper Joe’s I didn’t expect to get free seeds (I also received Chocolate Bhutlah seeds for free as well). The free seeds are now the ones I’m most excited to grow. Of these free seeds 4 of 5 germinated, (they took about 10-14 days). Can’t wait to see how hot these really are. And yes, I will be ordering from Pepper Joe’s again, mostly because of these free seeds. Thank you Pepper Joe’s!

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Rob
great germinators

Received these for free in with my bacon reaper jerky (which is awesome) 4 of 5 started growing within 3 days. Very awesome more impressed with these than the red savina's which are awesome growers too.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
88%
(7)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
13%
(1)
J
James Gilmore
Productive super hot pepper

I received Genghis Khan Brain pepper as free seeds in 2020. Since the first two seeds planted didn't germinate in mid-April, I decided to give them another try in June. This time one of two seeds germinated. Since it was really too late to grow them outdoors in Massachusetts by that time, we grew the plant in a hydroponic setup until March 2021. It required lots of pruining, and eventually had to be removed from the hydroponic setup to allow germination of this years peppers. The first few peppers were the correct size, but as time went on we got an abundance of smaller, but very hot fruit. We used these to make some great hot sauce. This years Genghis Khan Brain pepper is outdoors in a container and is now loaded with nicely shaped peppers that are turning bright red. Of the super hots I've grown in the past (Red Ghost, Copenhagen) and ones I'm growing this year (Trinidad Scorpion and Merlot 7 Pot), these are the most prolific.

D
David Cacciatore
Very hot, super productive plant

I also got these seeds for free last year, and like the other reviewer have found them among my most productive plants. They germinated first and are producing dozens of peppers. I ate one this morning, and it was a screamer, simalar to other super hots, very slightly bitter but bright. I've made sauce and dried a bunch so far, and the plants are still cranking. Would recommend.

P
Peyton
Super tasty and super hot!

I received these ghengis khan brain seeds free from pepper joes when I bought seeds last year and these germinated well. Out of the 3 seeds I planted , 2 germinated successfully and I have 2 really healthy brain strain plants in the mix of other plants this year. Pulled the first ripe pod off of one of the two plants and sliced it up and put it on a sandwich. First thoughts on the taste of the pepper is they are very similar in flavor to Carolina reapers IMO. Fruity , sweet , maybe just some little floral notes but not a lot. The heat is almost that of a reaper as well. I’m going to use these peppers, along with others to make loads of hot sauce. I will more than likely grow these again next year . Thanks pepper joe!

Nice work! Thanks for sharing!

C
Craig
Free Seeds are the Best Seeds!

I ordered a few seed packs (Aji Amarillo, Purple Cayenne, etc...) and received a small package of these seeds for free. As this was my first order from Pepper Joe’s I didn’t expect to get free seeds (I also received Chocolate Bhutlah seeds for free as well). The free seeds are now the ones I’m most excited to grow. Of these free seeds 4 of 5 germinated, (they took about 10-14 days). Can’t wait to see how hot these really are. And yes, I will be ordering from Pepper Joe’s again, mostly because of these free seeds. Thank you Pepper Joe’s!

R
Rob
great germinators

Received these for free in with my bacon reaper jerky (which is awesome) 4 of 5 started growing within 3 days. Very awesome more impressed with these than the red savina's which are awesome growers too.