Chocolate Bhutlah Pepper Seeds

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The world famous Chocolate Bhutlah pepper is said to be one of the hottest peppers in the world. Some have said that the Chocolate Bhutlah pepper could replace the Carolina Reaper as the hottest pepper in the world, but no official testing has been conducted. It has a slightly sweet flavor with an intense heat level. Its cousin, the Chocolate Ghost (Bhut Jolokia) pepper, has a similar flavor but is not as spicy.

Like other chocolate varieties, the Chocolate Bhutlah also has a slightly smoky flavor. The Chocolate Bhutlah should be used sparingly as just a small piece of this pepper can provide enough heat for an entire dish. Originally, the Chocolate Bhutlah was created by accident by Chad, a pepper grower, who gave seeds for the Red Bhutlah to Steven McLaurin. One of the plants that McLaurin grew produced brown pods, and the Chocolate Bhutlah was born.

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  • 5
    Best vendor I've found for superhots

    Posted by Luka Phillips on 17th May 2018

    These are good seeds and they aren't expensive at all. I bought some other superhot varieties from them last year. This year I bought the Bhutlahs and they germinated without a problem. I'd definitely buy again... and I will be buying again!

  • 5
    Quality seeds

    Posted by Jens on 12th May 2018

    Join their rewards program! You will be rewarded for each seed pack you order. I have already received two free bags of seeds. Love it. They certainly take care of their customers.

  • 5
    SUPER hot, SUPER value

    Posted by Parker Wood on 18th Apr 2018

    These peppers are some of the hottest on the Scoville scale that you can imagine. If you think they hurt going in, you should feel how bad it hurt when they come out!
    Tyler Farms comes thru again. I appreciate the seeds, the coupon, and the extra seeds. Thumbs up!

  • 5
    great for grilling

    Posted by scott g. on 26th Jul 2017

    Very good chile pepper to put on grill and combine with other veggies and meat to eat. A little more difficult to germinate than other varieties but worth the gardening effort. I have three plants going that will produce plenty of chiles for my family!