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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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  • Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion - Chillis Galore Forums
    builds on that Once it got to the lips I went for milk I hadn t prepared anything as I wasn t expecting heat Fatal error The burn carried on rising sweating a little now nose starting to get a little snotty and saliva continuing to build Tongue is very much ablaze and breathing in and out just felt like I was fanning flames similar kind of burn to the Bhut Orange Copenhagen I recently tried Heat starts to spread into the throat and I end up pouring a second glass I m quite disappointed in myself as the last 3 chillies I d tested required no milk Around the 7 minute mark and several streams of tears later the heat has peaked not getting any hotter just sitting on the tongue lips and back of the throat Absolute ton of saliva being produced on this pod quite a prickly burn too not particularly pleasant I have to say Once we get to the 11 12 min stage things are far more manageable the heat burn is dissipating the tears have stopped as has the sweating Overall a fairly decent floral taste nothing I d wax lyrical about I d say this pod would be useful if you want to add heat to any dish either for use fresh in cooking or using in sauces etc The heat is very impressive it sets quick and builds once it s peaked it sticks around for a bit before beginning to drop off I think I m right when I say this was a cross between a Ghost Chilli and a Trinidad Scorpion hardly surprising the heat is as high as it is if they are the genetic markers for it Top Missy Chilli Head Posts 58 Joined Wed Feb 18 2015

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  • Jay's Peach Ghost Scorpion - Chillis Galore Forums
    builds on that Once it got to the lips I went for milk I hadn t prepared anything as I wasn t expecting heat Fatal error The burn carried on rising sweating a little now nose starting to get a little snotty and saliva continuing to build Tongue is very much ablaze and breathing in and out just felt like I was fanning flames similar kind of burn to the Bhut Orange Copenhagen I recently tried Heat starts to spread into the throat and I end up pouring a second glass I m quite disappointed in myself as the last 3 chillies I d tested required no milk Around the 7 minute mark and several streams of tears later the heat has peaked not getting any hotter just sitting on the tongue lips and back of the throat Absolute ton of saliva being produced on this pod quite a prickly burn too not particularly pleasant I have to say Once we get to the 11 12 min stage things are far more manageable the heat burn is dissipating the tears have stopped as has the sweating Overall a fairly decent floral taste nothing I d wax lyrical about I d say this pod would be useful if you want to add heat to any dish either for use fresh in cooking or using in sauces etc The heat is very impressive it sets quick and builds once it s peaked it sticks around for a bit before beginning to drop off I think I m right when I say this was a cross between a Ghost Chilli and a Trinidad Scorpion hardly surprising the heat is as high as it is if they are the genetic markers for it Top Missy Chilli Head Posts 58 Joined Wed Feb 18 2015

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  • Pink Tiger - Chillis Galore Forums
    hottie I wouldn t put it around 600k cautiously which makes it a good choice for many a dish powder flake sauce etc etc etc Now after I had regained myself I started doing some searching and apparently if I ve copied this right it s a cross between a Pimenta de Neyde and a Bhut Jolokia If I have got that right it certainly explains the Similarities with the taste and heat that I was experiencing Thanks for Reading Top Heefy Chilli Guru Posts 3433 Joined Tue Jul 09 2013 5 37 pm Location Cambridgeshire Lincolnshire border England Contact Contact Heefy Website Pink Tiger Quote Post by Heefy Mon Nov 10 2014 1 25 am Originally from an Italian grower They are Bhut Jolokia x Pimenta da Neyde cross I think the naming convention is female first not sure There are dozens of varieties of this already and we are only at F2 or 3 Have a look here http mojopepper blogspot it p seeds html m 1 And a page specifically for Pink Tiger http mojopepper blogspot co uk p pink tiger chili pepper html Top trident Chilli Guru Posts 1524 Joined Thu Jan 28 2010 12 24 pm Location Tadley North Hampshire Re Pink Tiger Quote Post by trident Mon Nov 10 2014 7 59 pm PepperLover com 3 00 have seen seed on this site for sale Top Wilf Admin Posts 167 Joined Sun Mar 14 2004 3 22 pm Location Wettest Coldest Norfolk Re Pink Tiger Quote Post by Wilf Fri Nov 28 2014 4 19 pm They are now being touted as the worlds rarest and most expensive seeds by some sellers we have some to try next year Top snagglepuss Chilli Guru Posts 1059 Joined Sat Jun 05 2010 7 16 pm Location preston uk Pink Tiger Quote Post by snagglepuss Fri Nov 28 2014 4 40 pm I grew them this year like many others but none of the pods had the stripes on them if people want to grow them get them from the guy himself enrico lai Top Anja Chilli Head Posts 257 Joined Fri Jan 01 2010 10 08 pm Location Slagelse Denmark Re Pink Tiger Quote Post by Anja Wed Dec 03 2014 10 07 pm Mine came from Enrico no stripes And I know a lot of other growers ind DK who got their seeds from him and dodn t get any stripes either maybe next year Top chiliriot Posts 7 Joined Thu Dec 04 2014 7 41 am Re Pink Tiger Quote Post by chiliriot Thu Dec 04 2014 7 51 am the pink pepper tiger is a strange I have grown and second of sun exposure and with good fertilizzane can make those stripes even I was amazed that they were all cream but then began to come in compliance Top chiliriot Posts 7 Joined Thu Dec 04 2014 7 41 am R Pink Tiger Quote Post by chiliriot Thu Dec 04 2014 2 07

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  • Pink Tiger - Chillis Galore Forums
    hottie I wouldn t put it around 600k cautiously which makes it a good choice for many a dish powder flake sauce etc etc etc Now after I had regained myself I started doing some searching and apparently if I ve copied this right it s a cross between a Pimenta de Neyde and a Bhut Jolokia If I have got that right it certainly explains the Similarities with the taste and heat that I was experiencing Thanks for Reading Top Heefy Chilli Guru Posts 3433 Joined Tue Jul 09 2013 5 37 pm Location Cambridgeshire Lincolnshire border England Contact Contact Heefy Website Pink Tiger Quote Post by Heefy Mon Nov 10 2014 1 25 am Originally from an Italian grower They are Bhut Jolokia x Pimenta da Neyde cross I think the naming convention is female first not sure There are dozens of varieties of this already and we are only at F2 or 3 Have a look here http mojopepper blogspot it p seeds html m 1 And a page specifically for Pink Tiger http mojopepper blogspot co uk p pink tiger chili pepper html Top trident Chilli Guru Posts 1524 Joined Thu Jan 28 2010 12 24 pm Location Tadley North Hampshire Re Pink Tiger Quote Post by trident Mon Nov 10 2014 7 59 pm PepperLover com 3 00 have seen seed on this site for sale Top Wilf Admin Posts 167 Joined Sun Mar 14 2004 3 22 pm Location Wettest Coldest Norfolk Re Pink Tiger Quote Post by Wilf Fri Nov 28 2014 4 19 pm They are now being touted as the worlds rarest and most expensive seeds by some sellers we have some to try next year Top snagglepuss Chilli Guru Posts 1059 Joined Sat Jun 05 2010 7 16 pm Location preston uk Pink Tiger Quote Post by snagglepuss Fri Nov 28 2014 4 40 pm I grew them this year like many others but none of the pods had the stripes on them if people want to grow them get them from the guy himself enrico lai Top Anja Chilli Head Posts 257 Joined Fri Jan 01 2010 10 08 pm Location Slagelse Denmark Re Pink Tiger Quote Post by Anja Wed Dec 03 2014 10 07 pm Mine came from Enrico no stripes And I know a lot of other growers ind DK who got their seeds from him and dodn t get any stripes either maybe next year Top chiliriot Posts 7 Joined Thu Dec 04 2014 7 41 am Re Pink Tiger Quote Post by chiliriot Thu Dec 04 2014 7 51 am the pink pepper tiger is a strange I have grown and second of sun exposure and with good fertilizzane can make those stripes even I was amazed that they were all cream but then began to come in compliance Top chiliriot Posts 7 Joined Thu Dec 04 2014 7 41 am R Pink Tiger Quote Post by chiliriot Thu Dec 04 2014 2 07

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  • Goat´s weed - Chillis Galore Forums
    leaves are visually very pleasing the fruit changes from green to black to red and when the bush has lots of pointy pods in different stages of ripening it looks very impressive they are quite hot for an annuum one of the hottest I ve tried they are not to be taken lightly they are good to eat fresh due to their thin walls they dry easily left in a bowl in a frost free fridge they will dry no problem they are good for powder or sauce and handle being frozen they fruit abundantly and fairly early and are a low maintenance plant that grows easily you need to be careful when harvesting your crop I recommend scissors or shears because the thin branches will snap off near to the pod if you pull them off carelessly I m not sure the taste is that bad I find them to taste great they are not sweet or fruity so if you expect hab type aromas then this is not the chilli I guess you will have to grow them yourself and make up your own mind I like mine to ripen to a deep red before consuming but light red is ok if eaten green or black they taste a bit on the horrible side definitely one of my all time favourite chillies edit don t just take my word for it see what Neil from THSC has to say about them http youtu be H j1qJO RiQ Top Heefy Chilli Guru Posts 3433 Joined Tue Jul 09 2013 5 37 pm Location Cambridgeshire Lincolnshire border England Contact Contact Heefy Website Re Goat s weed Quote Post by Heefy Sat Dec 06 2014 2 59 pm I grew them this year just for powder on a number of peoples

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