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  • Chillis Galore Forums - Login
    Password I forgot my password Resend activation email Remember me Hide my online status this session Register In order to login you must be registered Registering takes only a few moments but gives you increased capabilities The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users Before you register please ensure you are familiar with our terms of use and related policies Please ensure you read any forum rules

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  • Trinidad Perfume (review) - Chillis Galore Forums
    plant and the pod look really cool It s a definitely on the grow list for next year http justsimon co uk trinidad perfume chilli review Top Superhot Sim Hot Head Posts 455 Joined Wed Jul 09 2014 5 48 pm Location Nacton Village Nr Ipswich Suffolk Re Trinidad Perfume review Quote Post by Superhot Sim Mon Nov 09 2015 10 10 am Nice taste to them but not much heat nice looking pods that would go great in salsa and salads Top Ben123 Moderator Posts 1439 Joined Thu Jun 02 2011 12 50 pm Location Southport UK Re Trinidad Perfume review Quote Post by Ben123 Mon Nov 09 2015 10 16 am I find people s opinions are divided when it comes to the Trinidad Perfume Some find them delicious and some find they taste of nothing I grew them one year and they tasted of bell peppers but I thought maybe it was the seed stock or maybe the way I grew them Then someone posted they grew them and said they were very nice perfumy and kindly posted me one and I found again it didn t taste of anything So maybe some people can taste them

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  • Trinidad Perfume (review) - Chillis Galore Forums
    plant and the pod look really cool It s a definitely on the grow list for next year http justsimon co uk trinidad perfume chilli review Top Superhot Sim Hot Head Posts 455 Joined Wed Jul 09 2014 5 48 pm Location Nacton Village Nr Ipswich Suffolk Re Trinidad Perfume review Quote Post by Superhot Sim Mon Nov 09 2015 10 10 am Nice taste to them but not much heat nice looking pods that would go great in salsa and salads Top Ben123 Moderator Posts 1439 Joined Thu Jun 02 2011 12 50 pm Location Southport UK Re Trinidad Perfume review Quote Post by Ben123 Mon Nov 09 2015 10 16 am I find people s opinions are divided when it comes to the Trinidad Perfume Some find them delicious and some find they taste of nothing I grew them one year and they tasted of bell peppers but I thought maybe it was the seed stock or maybe the way I grew them Then someone posted they grew them and said they were very nice perfumy and kindly posted me one and I found again it didn t taste of anything So maybe some people can taste them

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  • Chillis Galore Forums - Login
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  • Apache F1 (C. annuum X C. frutescens?) - Chillis Galore Forums
    so I can put it on a windowsill I do agree they are nice plants Top NinjaStream Seedling Posts 28 Joined Fri Jan 28 2011 11 58 pm Location Milton Keynes England Re Apache F1 C annuum X C frutescens Quote Post by NinjaStream Thu Aug 18 2011 9 32 pm My Suttons packet says they are Annuum I m in my second year of growing them and I think they will be a staple variety for me for years to come because they produce so well and are quite beautiful in pots too I d be very interested to know what two varieties produce an apache Top kryptonian Re Apache F1 C annuum X C frutescens Quote Post by kryptonian Mon Aug 29 2011 9 01 pm Apache are great plants and are easy to look after you get a large amount of pods from a small plant pods arnt too hot i tend to dry and crush and use as a chilli sprinkle Top eeyore Chilli Head Posts 123 Joined Wed Jun 16 2010 12 34 pm Location Stockport Contact Contact eeyore Website Re Apache F1 C annuum X C frutescens Quote Post by eeyore Wed Aug 31 2011 12 33 pm My 2p First time growing them this year and I can safely say I will be growing them next year I grew mine in a pot in the office and it was one of the easyest to look after All that was needed is feed n water and the odd cain as mine grew quite large its taken up aprox one square meter of the window Nice looking plants too Taste wise quite hot but not too hot well ok my taste buds might of got used to hotter chillis as other people did say they

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  • Apache F1 (C. annuum X C. frutescens?) - Chillis Galore Forums
    so I can put it on a windowsill I do agree they are nice plants Top NinjaStream Seedling Posts 28 Joined Fri Jan 28 2011 11 58 pm Location Milton Keynes England Re Apache F1 C annuum X C frutescens Quote Post by NinjaStream Thu Aug 18 2011 9 32 pm My Suttons packet says they are Annuum I m in my second year of growing them and I think they will be a staple variety for me for years to come because they produce so well and are quite beautiful in pots too I d be very interested to know what two varieties produce an apache Top kryptonian Re Apache F1 C annuum X C frutescens Quote Post by kryptonian Mon Aug 29 2011 9 01 pm Apache are great plants and are easy to look after you get a large amount of pods from a small plant pods arnt too hot i tend to dry and crush and use as a chilli sprinkle Top eeyore Chilli Head Posts 123 Joined Wed Jun 16 2010 12 34 pm Location Stockport Contact Contact eeyore Website Re Apache F1 C annuum X C frutescens Quote Post by eeyore Wed Aug 31 2011 12 33 pm My 2p First time growing them this year and I can safely say I will be growing them next year I grew mine in a pot in the office and it was one of the easyest to look after All that was needed is feed n water and the odd cain as mine grew quite large its taken up aprox one square meter of the window Nice looking plants too Taste wise quite hot but not too hot well ok my taste buds might of got used to hotter chillis as other people did say they

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  • Wartryx - Chillis Galore Forums
    of the seeds I used a tweezer this time There isn t much juice in this which isn t surprising but it does have a really good fruity flavour to it quite unique as a lot of the super hots can be floral or lacking in a good flavour No bitter after taste to this each bite has a good taste which is pretty nice to be honest The burn kicks in relatively quickly it goes to work on the front of the tongue and mouth not sure If I ve licked my lips or not but it feels like my lips are swelling a little The heat begins to ramp up but it s nothing uncomfortable at this stage My eyes are watering and I ve got a sweat on but it s nowhere near the levels of the Kraken or Crazy 7 Pot I m getting little hints of the flavour still in my mouth which is good it s lingering I like this The burn is moving further back into my mouth now towards my throat Every breath is fanning flames across the surface of my tongue and mouth but it s not unbearable if you can handle the hotter habs and mild bhut level chillies then you ll enjoy this The tears are still coming but I do tend to tear up with most chillies the sweating while constant isn t overly bad Heat wise I d probably say it s around Bhut Level maybe a touch under I didn t feel the need to reach for any drink on this one it s hot but it s not aggressive it s an enjoyable burn if that makes sense You can live with this sensation knowing it s not going to do damage and the fact

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  • Chillis Galore Forums - Login
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