13 reviews for Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper (HOT)

  1. rcglover7

    EXTREME HEAT!! This pepper is a mass producer, had more than I could use. Great for a dare, or using in a sauce if you are brave.

  2. ourlife767

    Produxed a ton of peppers and is very hot.

  3. SammysMom3

    Grew this for the 1st time to put in my hot sauce. I used a couple green ones, in the sauce but it didn’t do much. I’ve since done more research and these peppers actually take 100-120 days to mature into orange! I’ve gotten a handful of orange ones so far (Im in zone 5b chicago land area ) and its been HOT here this year! I have a bunch still on my plants but they are really taking their sweet time in turning orange, let along red! I hope they hurry up as it’s Sept now and I dont see any more HOT weather coming our way now 🙁 Wondering if I will have to use them in the green stage for my sauce if they dont mature in time before the frost? Any ideas how to make them change color faster and mature OFF the vine? VERY VERY HOT peppers, but that is what I want for my newest batch of Ghost Pepper Mama Bear’s Hot Sauce!

  4. jakehunter54

    This plant wowed me it was 3 feet tall and almost 5 feet wide and just loaded with peppers my local restaurant used them for there hot salsa and were very pleased and said they are very hot. My brother tried one and said it felt like his mouth was burning off lol very pleased will grow every year

  5. lyonsashley267

    HOT! But prolific

  6. yuho

    A great hot pepper as you only need one to dry and add to less spicy peppers to make the best dried chilli powder. If you like heat – definitely grow these.

  7. evanrahaman

    REALLY HOT. Be careful but they taste great

  8. evno3000

    These are great!

  9. scenestra

    FYI when people talk about ghost peppers this is what they mean. These things are HOT. Plants are healthy a bit slow to get going, but that’s pretty normal for hot peppers in my experience.

  10. ilovebugs08

    Good production and great heat. Pretty slow to mature, which should be expected for superhots

  11. ourlife767

    Very HOT pepper

  12. harbour.amanda

    I grew these in pots last summer with a bunch of other veggies and strawberries that I was unable to fit in my garden. It produced like crazy and looked incredible. A baby woodchuck also thought it looked tasty and had one bite of a pepper and spent two days under my grill in utter agony… But it never tried to eat from my potted plants again which is always a plus. Anyways, I made these in to salsas and hot sauce and gave some away to friends with a death wish. The pepper itself has a sweet burn until it becomes excruciatingly painful and no amount of ice cream, milk or yogurt would satiate the fire in your mouth. These babies are truly one of a kind and I can’t wait to do more with them this year!

  13. keifferr12

    most germinated and are growing well.

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