A while back we started carrying the Ghor-Pion pepper, and now we have the Ghorpion Peach pepper! This is produced by Jay from Pennsylvania, and we all know him as the master at cross-breeding super-hot peppers. This is a cross between, you guessed it right, the Ghost Pepper and the Butch T Trinidad Scorpion. It may look like the ghost pepper, but it has the common Scorpion tail. The Ghorpion pepper plant will produce wrinkled, bumpy, long peppers with stingers. These peppers will mature from green to peach, orange color. These are great to use in jam and jellies, seafood dishes, and hot sauces!