seeds of Bhut Jolokia Caramel Chili Peppers
Bhut Jolokia Caramel Chilli Pepper seeds
Bhut Jolokia Caramel is a variant of the onetime hottest chilli pepper in the world, Bhut Jolokia. It, therefore, follows that Bhut Jolokia Caramel shares the attributes of the original pepper which is a hybrid of the Capsicum chinense and Capsicum Frutuscens species. Bhut Jolokia has its origins in the Indian states of Nagaland, Manipur, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh where plenty of the crop is grown annually. One way Bhut Jolokia Caramel can be easily distinguished from other variants of Bhut Jolokia is by the change in colour observed in its fruits during the ripening process. The fruits change from their original light neon to a dark hue of green before finally transitioning to a caramel colour. Bhut Jolokia Caramel registers upwards of one million units on the Scoville Heat Scale and should, therefore, be used prudently. One can use this chill pepper to spice meat, preferably pork. Moreover, Bhut Jolokia is the ideal ingredient to use in case you want to make chutney or pickles hotter before digging in. The length of time from the planting of seeds to maturation takes not less than 120 days. Nevertheless, the harvesting of the fruits will require an additional 20 to 50 days. Bhut Jolokia Caramel is a very productive plant, and one can expect high yields are exceeding 200 peppers per plant in a single growth cycle.