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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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  • Brown Egg (Capsicum Chinense) - Chillis Galore Forums
    idea why but I really do struggle quite badly So pods cut in half and an interesting aroma coming from them not a capsicum chinense smell at all it s very fresh smells a little sweet and fruity Interesting start Again I ve removed some of the seeds being careful not to damage the inside of the pods I actually take small bites of one of the halves first and was greeted by a fresh juicy taste that had a good deal of sweetness and a familiar fruity taste which I still can t quite put my finger on The walls are crunchy and as I mention above good deal of sweet juiciness comes through To make sure this wasn t a fluke I take another bite and again crunchy walls sweet juicy and fruity taste comes through wonderful Pop the remainder of the big pod in and munch away Each bite has more of this great taste I m finding it hard to believe it s a capsicum chinense because all the pods that have been of this ilk this season have come from the capsicum baccatum family I ploughed through the bigger pod barely any heat registering at first and went straight for the smaller pod Again crunchy walls albeit not as much as the bigger pod which pod which is understandable but you still get that sweet juicy taste with a lovely fruity flavour coming through I ll need to put my finger on this fruity taste it s so familiar that I should be able to put it into this review I ll probably remember it during the night The heat took a bit of time to register with me it wasn t particularly hot I d put it around Jalapeño level literally a quick tongue

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  • Brown Egg (Capsicum Chinense) - Chillis Galore Forums
    idea why but I really do struggle quite badly So pods cut in half and an interesting aroma coming from them not a capsicum chinense smell at all it s very fresh smells a little sweet and fruity Interesting start Again I ve removed some of the seeds being careful not to damage the inside of the pods I actually take small bites of one of the halves first and was greeted by a fresh juicy taste that had a good deal of sweetness and a familiar fruity taste which I still can t quite put my finger on The walls are crunchy and as I mention above good deal of sweet juiciness comes through To make sure this wasn t a fluke I take another bite and again crunchy walls sweet juicy and fruity taste comes through wonderful Pop the remainder of the big pod in and munch away Each bite has more of this great taste I m finding it hard to believe it s a capsicum chinense because all the pods that have been of this ilk this season have come from the capsicum baccatum family I ploughed through the bigger pod barely any heat registering at first and went straight for the smaller pod Again crunchy walls albeit not as much as the bigger pod which pod which is understandable but you still get that sweet juicy taste with a lovely fruity flavour coming through I ll need to put my finger on this fruity taste it s so familiar that I should be able to put it into this review I ll probably remember it during the night The heat took a bit of time to register with me it wasn t particularly hot I d put it around Jalapeño level literally a quick tongue

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  • Paper Lantern - Chillis Galore Forums
    first pint of milk was downed quite rapidly All tongue burn as I mentioned It s hot but not something to worry about and it does have that habanero burn but not instant burn like I got with the Orange Hab and the Peach Hab I ended up have two pints of milk with this once the tears started they kept going for a good few minutes The tongue stayed lit up for some time it s now been 15 mins since finishing the pod and the tongue is still tingling my stomach feels a bit ropey though After about 21 22 mins everything had settled down to what I would say was a comfortable almost back to normal level my stomach realised it had eating something that didn t quite agree with but it wasn t the same feeling as the other habs This is a subtle but stunning flavour absolutely wonderful in my opinion definitely worth another attempt next year Key points from this pod for me are No dominating Habanero taste which is a plus in my opinion No aggressive instant burn like a normal Habanero another plus It s taste is quite subtle Crunch walls with an initial juicy burst Best tasting Habanero I ve tried Top az1000 Hot Head Posts 437 Joined Tue Sep 04 2012 10 16 pm Location Romania Re Paper Lantern Quote Post by az1000 Wed Aug 13 2014 3 43 pm My Paper Lantern seeds from Slyboy She had a flavor just as you described very subtlle Chinense Was no so hot well below Habanero Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Paper Lantern Quote Post by ChilliJez Wed Aug 13 2014 8 44 pm Good review Paul My experiences concur with yours and Nikolau When I ve grown paper lantern it s never been the most attention grabbing fruit but I ve found I keep choosing it to use quite often Not massive pods but loads of them and a good fruity flavour For me too they aren t as hot as a Hab and that s a good thing Top Leif Chilli Head Posts 312 Joined Mon Jun 08 2009 1 14 pm Location UK Contact Contact Leif Website Re Paper Lantern Quote Post by Leif Wed Oct 01 2014 10 47 pm I grew these this year from a plant I bought on impulse in a local garden centre It was raised by Suttons Seeds and called Paper lantern My guess is they started the seeds in early February they describe it as early and productive I grew mine outdoors in a bed clay soil under a coldframe As you can see it was healthy with a decent number of pods but not fantastic at least 20 Pods are about 5cm long turning from green to orange to red Here is a pod alongside a rocoto The plant is fairly early I had ripe pods

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  • Paper Lantern - Chillis Galore Forums
    first pint of milk was downed quite rapidly All tongue burn as I mentioned It s hot but not something to worry about and it does have that habanero burn but not instant burn like I got with the Orange Hab and the Peach Hab I ended up have two pints of milk with this once the tears started they kept going for a good few minutes The tongue stayed lit up for some time it s now been 15 mins since finishing the pod and the tongue is still tingling my stomach feels a bit ropey though After about 21 22 mins everything had settled down to what I would say was a comfortable almost back to normal level my stomach realised it had eating something that didn t quite agree with but it wasn t the same feeling as the other habs This is a subtle but stunning flavour absolutely wonderful in my opinion definitely worth another attempt next year Key points from this pod for me are No dominating Habanero taste which is a plus in my opinion No aggressive instant burn like a normal Habanero another plus It s taste is quite subtle Crunch walls with an initial juicy burst Best tasting Habanero I ve tried Top az1000 Hot Head Posts 437 Joined Tue Sep 04 2012 10 16 pm Location Romania Re Paper Lantern Quote Post by az1000 Wed Aug 13 2014 3 43 pm My Paper Lantern seeds from Slyboy She had a flavor just as you described very subtlle Chinense Was no so hot well below Habanero Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Paper Lantern Quote Post by ChilliJez Wed Aug 13 2014 8 44 pm Good review Paul My experiences concur with yours and Nikolau When I ve grown paper lantern it s never been the most attention grabbing fruit but I ve found I keep choosing it to use quite often Not massive pods but loads of them and a good fruity flavour For me too they aren t as hot as a Hab and that s a good thing Top Leif Chilli Head Posts 312 Joined Mon Jun 08 2009 1 14 pm Location UK Contact Contact Leif Website Re Paper Lantern Quote Post by Leif Wed Oct 01 2014 10 47 pm I grew these this year from a plant I bought on impulse in a local garden centre It was raised by Suttons Seeds and called Paper lantern My guess is they started the seeds in early February they describe it as early and productive I grew mine outdoors in a bed clay soil under a coldframe As you can see it was healthy with a decent number of pods but not fantastic at least 20 Pods are about 5cm long turning from green to orange to red Here is a pod alongside a rocoto The plant is fairly early I had ripe pods

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