One of the most underground peppers available. Very sweet and fruity! Taste is similar to the Jamy, but, a little more tropical. Fairly long pods with a medium heat. Great spice to this for a baccatum–the burn sticks around for quite a long time on the lips. In the dark!
Native to Guyana, which at the time of this posting, is under threat from a Venezuelan territorial dispute.
These bright red peppers remind me of the sunset level on Rad Racer, they’re that chill. And FAST.
One the largest baccatums I’ve seen. By far, one of the most underground and sexy peppers. They out there. However, in terms of spice, little or no heat to this one. Very mildwave.
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SHU: 500,000 – 800,000 estimated
First time reviewing a ghost pepper on this underground pepper blog™. Also called BOC. Fairly underground. This pepper from Denmark means business. And by means business, I mean this orange bastard is ridiculously spicy. And tropically fruity! Has a great flavor for a ghost pepper.
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One of the best peppers you will have the pleasure of running into. Baccatum champion in the taste category and also ranks highly on the most underground peppers list.
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It’s the rainforest pepper! Extremely juicy and loaded with freaky fresh flavor. This yung baccatum packs a nice fruit taste with a dope presentation. Smaller pods with a weird bottom to them and quite thick skinned. This pep is a personal favorite of one of the cultivators of this underground internet blog™.
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Yum. Deep, earthy and smokey flavor with berry undertones. Yes, I hate myself for saying berry undertones. Similar to a habenero taste which wasn’t expected. Not as mild as anticipated, especially when I’m telling people “this pepper isn’t spicy” before they try it.
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Really strange, pungent capsicum baccatum pepper. A fairly well known underground cultivar. Can taste almost soapy at times like cilantro, in an interesting floral way.
Very strong burst of citrusy baccatum flavor on first bite, similar to the Aji Cito and even the Lemon Drop. And it’s no slouch in the department of heat, got a nice kick to it! It does taste a little bit like pineapple. Really delicious baked with coconut oil and a great alternative to Cayenne type dishes.
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