Well it's been awhile since I last posted. I know Thanksgiving is almost here but my growing season is still not over. Thanks to my friends Don, Chuck, Diana and Mark I still have plants growing at 4 separate locations. These are my seed production plants for Trinidad 7 Pot, Malaysian Goronong, Chocolate Bhut Jolokia and Trinidad Yellow 7 Pot. So now its time to show you some pictures of my chiles from this year. I will focus on 1 chile per blog post. Today you will see pics of the Bhut Jolokia. A question always asked is What is the Hottest Chile? Well currently the Hottest Pepper in the World is the Bhut Jolokia. Did you know people actually make desserts using a Hot Chile Recipe using Bhut Jolokia and other chiles. You can make Chocolate Chili Cookies even a Chocolate Habanero Torte! I am selling Bhut Jolokia seeds at www.superhotchiles.com You can E mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to buy some. Some of these Bhut Jolokia pics will go up on my site. For now enjoy the beauty of the Bhut jolokia!
Early Bhut Jolokia plant, Pods are getting ripe. Hottest Pepper in the World!
Another view of a Bhut Jolokia pepper pods ripening. Hotter than Habanero Peppers!
Here is a closer pic of Bhut Jolokia peppers ripening
These Bhut Jolokia peppers look a little different. Shows you pods can vary in
shape and size
Nice close up picture of ripe Bhut Jolokia Peppers in one of my chile bowls. Hottest Pepper on Earth.
Here is a picture of more Bhut Jolokia Chiles ripening on plant.
A closeup of Ripe Bhut Jolokia Chillis on the plant in October.
This group of Bhut Jolokia peppers is transitioning from orange to red.
Finally a nice picture of the "Ghost Chile" or Bhut Jolokia in my pepper bowl with the guy who ate too much.
Next blog I will feature the Naga Morich or Serpent Chile. Hope you enjoy the beautiful Bhut Jalokia pics. I enjoyed growing them. Seeds are available now and plants should be ready in March.