Fresh Carolina Reaper peppers that are fresh picked are ripening now but availability is still limited at this time. These are whole peppers fresh and sent with stems and seeds. Complete crop should mature in the next few weeks but for now are still considered scarce. Get six fresh Carolina Reaper peppers for 19.95. You may select the option tab for larger quantities as they become more available. The last peppers to pollinate can be smaller that the prime ones that ripen in late summer to early fall. After the last harvest this year, which is just starting, the fresh Carolina Reaper peppers will not be available until the next crop which will be available late summer or autumn of 2018. You can plant the seeds and grow your own fresh Carolina Reaper peppers. I must caution you it is not simple to germinate Reaper seeds. The soil has to be 82 to 92 degrees and can take up to three weeks to sprout. We at www.Pepperheads-Hotsauces.com also have available the newest hottest chili pepper to be. The Chocolate Bhutlah Pepper many swear is surely hotter than the Carolina Reaper Pepper. Since Guinness has not gotten around to actually test this new pepper in their lab there is no scientific proof that it actually is hotter than the fresh Carolina Reaper Pepper. We also have that pepper available in powder and flakes. When planting any of these super hot chili seeds keep the soil moist but not drenched and do not let it completely dry out. As soon as it sprouts make sure they get enough light. Two and a half years ago The Guinness Book of Records announced the Carolina Reaper pepper as the hottest pepper in the world. Science has recorded the Moruga Trinidad Scorpion pepper at a higher scoville unit rating. Now you can decide for yourself which one your taste buds feel is the hottest.
Fresh Carolina Reaper peppers are also available from www.tastewhatishot.com.
Fresh Carolina Reaper Peppers,