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  • Bhut Orange Copenhagen - Chillis Galore Forums
    nice but this was a very subtle barely noticeable fruity flavour I ll let Bullgoose confirm if the plant is a producer and what it looks like also he may be able to confirm if the taste is normally like this or if this is an exception to the ones he s tried I d still like to thank David though for the opportunity of trying the pod looks stunning very high heat but doesn t get a tick for flavour Cheers Top habanero Seedling Posts 23 Joined Wed Aug 20 2014 3 55 pm Re Bhut Orange Copenhagen Quote Post by habanero Thu Aug 28 2014 7 25 pm Beautiful review I also Bhut Orange Copenhagen but somehow it just does not want to bloom Tried to put her on the inside in the winter and see Top chilliman64 Moderator Posts 1424 Joined Sat Feb 24 2007 6 31 am Location Habanero City baby Sydney Australia Contact Contact chilliman64 Website Re Bhut Orange Copenhagen Quote Post by chilliman64 Fri Sep 12 2014 11 24 am CGers I ve moved a number of posts due to them being outside the site admin s rules for this section of the forum viewtopic php f 29 t 10547 for general chilli conversation please use the Chilli Chat section of the forum thank you Top Paul79 Chilli Guru Posts 1095 Joined Mon Jun 17 2013 12 39 pm Location Liverpool Re Bhut Orange Copenhagen Quote Post by Paul79 Sun Sep 14 2014 1 05 pm Gary s Snagglepuss Bhut Orange Copenhagen Again it s a beautiful looking pod not quite as gnarly looking as the other BOC that I first tried but still has a menacing look to it Here it is cut open I ve harvested the seeds to send to Superhot Sim There was only 3 or 4 seeds hiding in there and not as much capsaicin oil droplets in this pod compared with the other BOC but the smell was equally aromatic and I knew this Sunday morning was going to be interesting So once de seeded I popped both halves together and straight in to begin to chew Again thin walled and not a lot of juice to the pod there was a touch of sweetness and as you began to chew more the fruity flavour started to come through The flavour really starts to build the more you chew so you go through it quite quickly but you also really get the pod all over your mouth which you soon pay for In comparison with the previous BOC this one had a lot more flavour to it a rich full fruity flavour you didn t have to search it out or try to detect it the taste was there I think this from my experience sums up chillies growing conditions feeding watering sun air flow and probably many other factors can help so shape how a chilli tastes and how hot they can get I guarantee that if

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  • Bhut Orange Copenhagen - Chillis Galore Forums
    nice but this was a very subtle barely noticeable fruity flavour I ll let Bullgoose confirm if the plant is a producer and what it looks like also he may be able to confirm if the taste is normally like this or if this is an exception to the ones he s tried I d still like to thank David though for the opportunity of trying the pod looks stunning very high heat but doesn t get a tick for flavour Cheers Top habanero Seedling Posts 23 Joined Wed Aug 20 2014 3 55 pm Re Bhut Orange Copenhagen Quote Post by habanero Thu Aug 28 2014 7 25 pm Beautiful review I also Bhut Orange Copenhagen but somehow it just does not want to bloom Tried to put her on the inside in the winter and see Top chilliman64 Moderator Posts 1424 Joined Sat Feb 24 2007 6 31 am Location Habanero City baby Sydney Australia Contact Contact chilliman64 Website Re Bhut Orange Copenhagen Quote Post by chilliman64 Fri Sep 12 2014 11 24 am CGers I ve moved a number of posts due to them being outside the site admin s rules for this section of the forum viewtopic php f 29 t 10547 for general chilli conversation please use the Chilli Chat section of the forum thank you Top Paul79 Chilli Guru Posts 1095 Joined Mon Jun 17 2013 12 39 pm Location Liverpool Re Bhut Orange Copenhagen Quote Post by Paul79 Sun Sep 14 2014 1 05 pm Gary s Snagglepuss Bhut Orange Copenhagen Again it s a beautiful looking pod not quite as gnarly looking as the other BOC that I first tried but still has a menacing look to it Here it is cut open I ve harvested the seeds to send to Superhot Sim There was only 3 or 4 seeds hiding in there and not as much capsaicin oil droplets in this pod compared with the other BOC but the smell was equally aromatic and I knew this Sunday morning was going to be interesting So once de seeded I popped both halves together and straight in to begin to chew Again thin walled and not a lot of juice to the pod there was a touch of sweetness and as you began to chew more the fruity flavour started to come through The flavour really starts to build the more you chew so you go through it quite quickly but you also really get the pod all over your mouth which you soon pay for In comparison with the previous BOC this one had a lot more flavour to it a rich full fruity flavour you didn t have to search it out or try to detect it the taste was there I think this from my experience sums up chillies growing conditions feeding watering sun air flow and probably many other factors can help so shape how a chilli tastes and how hot they can get I guarantee that if

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  • Foodarama SB (C.Chinense) - Chillis Galore Forums
    it Every bite is accompanied by that mixture instant blast of sweetness then a wonderful tropical fruitiness to it stunning flavour really very very enjoyable Because of the size of the pod it took me some time to get the pod down but those flavours don t fade or dissipate quickly they hang around with not only every bite but also once the pod has been finished off you still get a lovely sweet after taste to it The heat was habanero esq it really attacked the tongue quite quickly I hadn t even finished chewing the pod when the heat started The burn was quite aggressive on the tongue right along the sides of the tongue and building from the back to the front By the time I had managed to swallow the rest of the pod I had tears in my eyes and a runny nose While the heat was quick on the attack and aggressive it didn t reach enough heat early on to ruin that great taste so another little bonus As the burn continued it moved quickly onto the tongue and continued to ramp up The pod has definitely caught me off guard wow it s hot About 3ÃƒÆ Ã â ÃƒÂ Ã â šÂ Ã Â ÃƒÆ Ã â ŠÃ⠚à ½ minutes in and I m having to poor some milk unbelievable I wasn t expecting it to do this Eyes are pretty much pouring and my nose is very snotty rather unpleasant The heat doesn t spread to the throat or anywhere else It all stays localised in the mouth and on the lips A glass of milk holding in the mouth brings enough relief to allow me to continue to enjoy the burn and heat from this albeit I do end up using a full pint The burning tingling on the tongue and lips stick around for around 6 7 minutes before starting to drop off Overall a great taste definitely one of the sweetest tasting pods I ve tried but I really do enjoy sweet pods it also has a great fruity taste to it but not your run of the mill fruity taste that s why I say tropical because it was so good The taste lingers around a bit too which is very enjoyable In terms of heat and burn level surprisingly quite hot I d put this in the realms of Habanero or certainly very close to it it was hot and it has the typical Habanero aggressive burn that attacks the tongue early and ramps up quite quickly For me this would have a number of uses cooking flakes powders sauces salsas etc Not sure I d recommend one to eat Raw as it was hotter than I anticipated and definitely not a family friendly pod Thanks for sending me it Jeremy Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Foodarama SB C

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  • Foodarama SB (C.Chinense) - Chillis Galore Forums
    it Every bite is accompanied by that mixture instant blast of sweetness then a wonderful tropical fruitiness to it stunning flavour really very very enjoyable Because of the size of the pod it took me some time to get the pod down but those flavours don t fade or dissipate quickly they hang around with not only every bite but also once the pod has been finished off you still get a lovely sweet after taste to it The heat was habanero esq it really attacked the tongue quite quickly I hadn t even finished chewing the pod when the heat started The burn was quite aggressive on the tongue right along the sides of the tongue and building from the back to the front By the time I had managed to swallow the rest of the pod I had tears in my eyes and a runny nose While the heat was quick on the attack and aggressive it didn t reach enough heat early on to ruin that great taste so another little bonus As the burn continued it moved quickly onto the tongue and continued to ramp up The pod has definitely caught me off guard wow it s hot About 3ÃƒÆ Ã â ÃƒÂ Ã â šÂ Ã Â ÃƒÆ Ã â ŠÃ⠚à ½ minutes in and I m having to poor some milk unbelievable I wasn t expecting it to do this Eyes are pretty much pouring and my nose is very snotty rather unpleasant The heat doesn t spread to the throat or anywhere else It all stays localised in the mouth and on the lips A glass of milk holding in the mouth brings enough relief to allow me to continue to enjoy the burn and heat from this albeit I do end up using a full pint The burning tingling on the tongue and lips stick around for around 6 7 minutes before starting to drop off Overall a great taste definitely one of the sweetest tasting pods I ve tried but I really do enjoy sweet pods it also has a great fruity taste to it but not your run of the mill fruity taste that s why I say tropical because it was so good The taste lingers around a bit too which is very enjoyable In terms of heat and burn level surprisingly quite hot I d put this in the realms of Habanero or certainly very close to it it was hot and it has the typical Habanero aggressive burn that attacks the tongue early and ramps up quite quickly For me this would have a number of uses cooking flakes powders sauces salsas etc Not sure I d recommend one to eat Raw as it was hotter than I anticipated and definitely not a family friendly pod Thanks for sending me it Jeremy Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Foodarama SB C

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  • Brazilian Starfish (C.Baccatum) - Chillis Galore Forums
    The pods ripen from green to red and it s meant to be a heavy producer Having not grown this myself I can t say if that s correct or not though This is a pod from Paul Willet O C D Obsessive Chilli Disorder Here is the pod cut in half Quite a pungent aroma the pod distinctly Baccatum seeds harvested for the seedbank and onto it s taste Popped both halves in and began to chew Crunchy walls providing a decent amount of juice and a good level of sweetness This tends to be the norm for Baccatum pods that I ve tried crunchy walls with varying levels of juice and sweetness fast becoming a favourite species of chilli for me Once you begin to chew the pod up you get this fruitiness coming through its quite a strange flavour in terms of its fruity but almost a veg like taste to it also Its nice and interesting Each bite is very much the same crunchy with a bit of juicy sweetness and then comes the fruitiness crossed with an almost veg undertone to it As you finish off the pod you re left with a rather unusual after taste it s not a bad taste just unusual and it does linger for a while too The heat is respectable it builds rather than attacks all front of tongue if you divide your tongue into thirds it s the front third all the way up to the tip It gets warm without it being hot it did cause a slight tearing in the eye but that s all It s also not an aggressive burn it builds gradually it s not prickly either so it would be a good choice for family foods as I don t think

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  • Brazilian Starfish (C.Baccatum) - Chillis Galore Forums
    The pods ripen from green to red and it s meant to be a heavy producer Having not grown this myself I can t say if that s correct or not though This is a pod from Paul Willet O C D Obsessive Chilli Disorder Here is the pod cut in half Quite a pungent aroma the pod distinctly Baccatum seeds harvested for the seedbank and onto it s taste Popped both halves in and began to chew Crunchy walls providing a decent amount of juice and a good level of sweetness This tends to be the norm for Baccatum pods that I ve tried crunchy walls with varying levels of juice and sweetness fast becoming a favourite species of chilli for me Once you begin to chew the pod up you get this fruitiness coming through its quite a strange flavour in terms of its fruity but almost a veg like taste to it also Its nice and interesting Each bite is very much the same crunchy with a bit of juicy sweetness and then comes the fruitiness crossed with an almost veg undertone to it As you finish off the pod you re left with a rather unusual after taste it s not a bad taste just unusual and it does linger for a while too The heat is respectable it builds rather than attacks all front of tongue if you divide your tongue into thirds it s the front third all the way up to the tip It gets warm without it being hot it did cause a slight tearing in the eye but that s all It s also not an aggressive burn it builds gradually it s not prickly either so it would be a good choice for family foods as I don t think

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  • Chillis Galore Forums - Login
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  • Chillis Galore Forums • C. Lanceolatum
    pods themselves There is a high degree of homogeneity among the pods their size and shape are uniform as are the seed clusters Each pod is abutted by five uniform calyx teeth which point upwards This characteristic helps set them apart from other capsicum species too and really catches the eye The pods first appear green and ripen to red The seeds are very small and very black Unlike commercial capsicum species in which the seeds are clearly lined in central clusters and around distinctive white pith placenta the Lanceolatum seeds are suspended in a juicy gel around the core more akin to tomatoes and wild nightshades The token you can see is exactly the size of a pound coin The pods are very juicy quite like a tiny tomato and this juice is much less viscous than other capsicum oils juices The seeds are actually packed in quite tightly and are a bit of an annoyance to scoop out The juice stains quite a bit and I had to scrub my fingers for a while afterwards to get the red stain off them And now to the very core of the review the taste it s just terrible Yep disappointing perhaps for those of you who have never tried it but these pods are really unpleasant They have a vaguely planty fleshy taste which borders on bitter There is zero sweetness and zero capsaicin meaning that these pods have next to no culinary value save perhaps for some potential vitamin content Of the 6 pods pictured above I ate one and threw the other 5 straight in the bin after extracting seeds I m not sure what evolutionary pressures resulted in the Lanceolatum as we see it today I suspect birds would still love to wolf these berries down

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