15 seeds of Bhut Jolokia pepper (1050000 SHU)


15 seeds of Bhut Jolokia pepper (1050000 SHU)


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Bhut Jolokia pepper was for a long time (until 2007) the hottest pepper in the world. It is native to Bangladesh and northeastern India. It is also known as Naga Jolokia or Ghost chilli. The taste of the ripe fruit can be characterized as initially dry, with a distinct fruity touch and with the rapid onset of a very sharp pungency. Peppers are used for cooking Indian dishes, for pickling or for drying and preparing extremely hot sauces. Their exceptional taste also stands out well in desserts. Our own Bhut Jolokia selection is slightly earlier and less vigorous than similar varieties of this type. Nevertheless, in our climatic conditions we recommend them especially for growing in greenhouses and foil covers, where they ripen really reliably. They grow here luxuriantly and require sufficiently high support. When grown in open ground, the plants are significantly smaller, and we have to wait until the end of August for the first fully ripe fruits - it is also necessary to expect a lower total yield.

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