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  • Bhutlah Choc - Chillis Galore Forums
    doesn t stop me from giving it a taste This one had quite a mild chinense aroma it s got thicker walls than I was expecting there is plenty of seeds in there and the placenta goes right down to the bottom There are a couple of tiny pockets of oil in the pods but nothing to worry about I tried to remove some of the seeds without damaging the placenta and ended up having to leave most within the pod This had a decent crunch when bitten unusual with these types of pods too which was a welcome surprise a slight touch of sweetness with his bite which is most welcoming but the taste is very unusual it s got a very clean fruity taste to it Again there is a hint of bitterness but that compliments the subtle clean fruity taste to the pod The pod begins to attack the tongue fairly quickly the sides of the tongue and down into the jowls are heating up I ve got a slight sweat on and a tear or two in the eye but again the heat isn t ramping up as I was expecting It s building without being aggressive and the heat moves towards the back of the mouth throat area but doesn t get uncomfortable I decide to pop the other pod straight in and begin to chew again there is a crunch to it with a slight sweetness Again this is loaded with seeds and they re getting in and amongst my teeth That clean fruitiness comes through again balanced with a hint of bitterness it s a good taste The heat on the second pod very much mirrors the first Begins to build on the sides of the tongue but fails to really ignite I

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  • Jay's Peach x Primo - Chillis Galore Forums
    in Warrington and follow up orders online Right onto the review I ve decided it s easier to sit down with a pen and pepper when doing this now this enables me to capture it all in the moment The first pod I went with was the Jay s Peach x Primo I ve tried both of these strains in previous seasons and if I can recall correctly I preferred the Primo of the two Apologies for the pictures I m out of practise and I ve downgraded my phone so not such a good camera The pod when cut open gave off that instantly recognisable chinense aroma It was strong enough to notice it but not overly dominant The walls of the pod are quite thin and as the picture shows it had a decent amount of seeds considering its size The placenta was mostly contained to the top part of the pod and there was small hints of oil with small pockets of shine within I removed a few of the seeds to prevent the double burn afterwards I d highly recommend doing this when eating hot pods Popped the pod in and began to munch Didn t take too long to get this down no crunch or juiciness with this just thin fleshy walls The initial taste is a floral one it s not particularly sweet either the floral taste isn t bad but fades away a little quicker than I d have liked As you finish swallowing the last entrails of the pod and getting the bits out of your teeth you re left with a hint of bitterness but this isn t a bad thing it makes you appreciate the floral taste that went before The burn is initially front of tongue and a little

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  • Jay's Peach x Primo - Chillis Galore Forums
    in Warrington and follow up orders online Right onto the review I ve decided it s easier to sit down with a pen and pepper when doing this now this enables me to capture it all in the moment The first pod I went with was the Jay s Peach x Primo I ve tried both of these strains in previous seasons and if I can recall correctly I preferred the Primo of the two Apologies for the pictures I m out of practise and I ve downgraded my phone so not such a good camera The pod when cut open gave off that instantly recognisable chinense aroma It was strong enough to notice it but not overly dominant The walls of the pod are quite thin and as the picture shows it had a decent amount of seeds considering its size The placenta was mostly contained to the top part of the pod and there was small hints of oil with small pockets of shine within I removed a few of the seeds to prevent the double burn afterwards I d highly recommend doing this when eating hot pods Popped the pod in and began to munch Didn t take too long to get this down no crunch or juiciness with this just thin fleshy walls The initial taste is a floral one it s not particularly sweet either the floral taste isn t bad but fades away a little quicker than I d have liked As you finish swallowing the last entrails of the pod and getting the bits out of your teeth you re left with a hint of bitterness but this isn t a bad thing it makes you appreciate the floral taste that went before The burn is initially front of tongue and a little

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  • Madame Jeanette (C. Chinense) - Chillis Galore Forums
    like this http heliotricity com images chile pe 00x581 jpg I am late to the party on this and inexperienced but the picture you ve linked looks like a Goronong to me wheras Madame Jeanette looks like the OP picture I m only going by what I ve seen on my quest to decide what to grow next year so I could be mistaken Hi Rosh Check the link in this post I think there s some evidence there and elsewhere that Mme Jeannette is wrinkly as is Goronong and the smooth pods from Suriname are actually Adjoema various spellings not Mme Jeanette viewtopic php f 2 t 15937 p 183355 hilit madame jeannette p183355 Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Madame Jeanette C Chinense Quote Post by ChilliJez Wed Aug 26 2015 10 28 am Here s the text from that link given google transtate treatment No pics Sorry FWIW There are so many and various false peppers Madamme named Jeannette even at official seed businesses that might want agrees to clarify what is a Madamme Jeannette and what distinguishes it from other peppers Right Madamme Jeannette yellow very wrinkled and dented oblong And what a Madamme Jeannette knows I really do not know myself but learned in recent years about the Madamme Jeannette a Surinamese garden neighbor she has a greenhouse filled with Madammen and has shown me what it is and how it looks And I also had the true seeds of her very happy You do not have to arrive at a Surinamese with a Madamme Jeannette who is not they see it they smell it they just know The Madamme Jeannette is often confused with the Aji Umba also Adzjoemba Ajoema Ojemma called Ajoemba The same color about then but still quite different In addition there Aji Umba also red peppers red and yellow Aji Aji Umba Umba so The Madamme Jeannette is always yellow red Madammen not exist The Aji Umba hotter warmer yellow more rounded shape less has more seeds less aromatic The Madamme Jeannette less hot but much warmer and spicier flavor often only four or five seeds per pepper but not always greater pepper Madamme Jeannette plant and especially oblong more wrinkled gewrinkled and in dissimilar shapes lighter and brighter yellow Well the pictures you can already see the difference The Madamme Jeannette belongs to the group of Capsicum chinense like Aji Umba incidentally they are so closely related As notorious as they would have them is not less hot than Aji Umba but even spicier and especially fruitier Or harder to find too She would be named after a famous Surinamese prostitute but whether that is true I would not know Is it really important to know the difference Well maybe not not for us but our neighbor Suriname has let me taste different snacks In every dish they make is used a Aji Umba or

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  • Madame Jeanette (C. Chinense) - Chillis Galore Forums
    like this http heliotricity com images chile pe 00x581 jpg I am late to the party on this and inexperienced but the picture you ve linked looks like a Goronong to me wheras Madame Jeanette looks like the OP picture I m only going by what I ve seen on my quest to decide what to grow next year so I could be mistaken Hi Rosh Check the link in this post I think there s some evidence there and elsewhere that Mme Jeannette is wrinkly as is Goronong and the smooth pods from Suriname are actually Adjoema various spellings not Mme Jeanette viewtopic php f 2 t 15937 p 183355 hilit madame jeannette p183355 Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Madame Jeanette C Chinense Quote Post by ChilliJez Wed Aug 26 2015 10 28 am Here s the text from that link given google transtate treatment No pics Sorry FWIW There are so many and various false peppers Madamme named Jeannette even at official seed businesses that might want agrees to clarify what is a Madamme Jeannette and what distinguishes it from other peppers Right Madamme Jeannette yellow very wrinkled and dented oblong And what a Madamme Jeannette knows I really do not know myself but learned in recent years about the Madamme Jeannette a Surinamese garden neighbor she has a greenhouse filled with Madammen and has shown me what it is and how it looks And I also had the true seeds of her very happy You do not have to arrive at a Surinamese with a Madamme Jeannette who is not they see it they smell it they just know The Madamme Jeannette is often confused with the Aji Umba also Adzjoemba Ajoema Ojemma called Ajoemba The same color about then but still quite different In addition there Aji Umba also red peppers red and yellow Aji Aji Umba Umba so The Madamme Jeannette is always yellow red Madammen not exist The Aji Umba hotter warmer yellow more rounded shape less has more seeds less aromatic The Madamme Jeannette less hot but much warmer and spicier flavor often only four or five seeds per pepper but not always greater pepper Madamme Jeannette plant and especially oblong more wrinkled gewrinkled and in dissimilar shapes lighter and brighter yellow Well the pictures you can already see the difference The Madamme Jeannette belongs to the group of Capsicum chinense like Aji Umba incidentally they are so closely related As notorious as they would have them is not less hot than Aji Umba but even spicier and especially fruitier Or harder to find too She would be named after a famous Surinamese prostitute but whether that is true I would not know Is it really important to know the difference Well maybe not not for us but our neighbor Suriname has let me taste different snacks In every dish they make is used a Aji Umba or

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  • Bahamian Goat Pepper - Chillis Galore Forums
    Overall though I won t let the heat detract from what was a stunningly good tasting pod Honestly this could be used for anything it s that good Cooking Salsa s Powders Flakes The list is endlist I wouldn t however recommend it for the family it s a tad too hot for that Taste wise stunning Juicy Sweetness with a clean and I d say tropical fruitiness to it Heat surprisingly hotter than expected I d put it at the lower Habanero level end rather than Scotch Bonnet level Once I ve had confirmation that it is indeed the Bahamian Goat Pepper then I ll post this in the review section Cheers Well I ve done something I wouldn t normally do week night and I ve kind of gone to the extreme Not only have I tasted one pod I ve now done three including doing a second Bahamian Goat Pepper because of the weird shape of the first pod Again this is from Terry Smith at Kernow Chilli Farm So here is the second BGP pod This pod was pretty much the same as the first except it was sweeter than the first which took some doing and it had a fuller fruitier taste to it For me nothing changes however I d still highly recommend the pod it s got an unbelievable taste to it it s honestly one of the nicest tasting pods I ve ever tried The heat and again I feel like I m repeating myself is unmistakably Habanero esq I didn t want to do a full review simply because the similarities in the taste and heat where so similar I didn t see the benefit to doing the full review hope that s okay Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re Bahamian Goat Pepper Quote Post by Slyboy Fri Sep 26 2014 8 37 am Paul so now you have gone and done it It sounds so good and so up my street I love raw habs that I m going to have to break my self imposed chilli growing number limit and get these seeds asap to ensure I can grow them this season Great review as always Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re Bahamian Goat Pepper Quote Post by Slyboy Sat Apr 18 2015 5 08 am So it happens that I have grown them this season I thought for once I would do a video taste review See the link below Lovely flavour I really like this chilli I agree totally with Paul s written review I did notice a few times in the video it made me dribble so it s got a bit of heat to it Hope you enjoy http youtu be iyjHqP5XZtM David Top Heefy Chilli Guru Posts 3433 Joined Tue Jul 09 2013 5 37 pm Location Cambridgeshire Lincolnshire border

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