Chocolate Bhutlah CS – Seeds
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Possibly the next World Record Holder of the hottest pepper. The first ever Bhutlah variety was created by Chad Soleski. So CS is his initials. It was a cross between the Bhut Jolokia and the 7 Pot Douglah. His friend Steve gave it the nickname Bhutlah. It was a Red color but then later Steve and others got Chocolate variants that were much larger than the original red variety. Chad finally got his own Chocolate type and this is it. It does not make as large a pepper as the other Chocolate Bhutlah. But it is more consistent in shape and size. It is just as hot and much more productive. The Chocolate Bhutlah CS has smoky fruity tones. The Chocolate Bhutlah chili plants grow over 4 feet tall.
Heat level: Claimed to be more than 2,000,000 Ave.(SHU) Scoville Heat Units – Insanely Hot
Flavor: Smoky fruity tones then a blast of heat!
Possibly the next World Record Holder of the hottest pepper. Although not official yet many claim the Chocolate Bhutlah put the Carolina Reaper to shame on heat. Bend Over Here It Comes Again! Fresh super hot pepper seeds from Bohica Pepper Hut.
Chocolate Bhutlah Chile Seeds
Chocolate Bhutlah SM Chile Seeds
Chocolate Bhutlah-(Capsicum chinense)-This is the large Chocolate Bhutlah. Is it the same as the original? Which is called the Chocolate Bhutlah SM? Can I say for sure that it is? Can I say for sure that it isn’t? Answer is no. So my suggestion is grow it out and if you like our larger Chocolate Bhutlah Pepper then keep growing it. It does grow larger peppers than the Chocolate Bhutlah CS but not as many peppers. It’s flavor is very floral like Bhut Jolokias. It has intense heat but I would not say it is a candidate for the Worlds Hottest Pepper. It is crazy hot though! There are many people who claim to have the one and only Chocolate Bhutlah. Grow out all and decide for yourself which is best. The Chocolate Bhutlah chile plants grow over 4 feet tall.
Chocolate Bhutlah Chile Seeds Chocolate Bhutlah SM Chile Seeds Chocolate Bhutlah-(Capsicum chinense)-This is the large Chocolate Bhutlah. Is it the same as the original? Which is called the