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Thumbs up Carolina Reaper!

So who here has eaten an actual Carolina Reaper? I eat alot of hot stuff and have eaten red savinas and ghost peppers and even trinidad scorpions but have never tried the carolina reaper till tonight. Before you say how stupid I am lol, I love eating hot stuff and trying super hot stuff. I have tried the lil nitro gummy bear which is supposed to be like 9 million scoville's and it didn't compare to a actual reaper. The heat was intense for 20 mins and my nose ran for probably 30. It aint no joke! Heat finally subsided after about 30 mins but the hiccups have continued for well over an hour! Probably the best flavored pepper I ever ate, up there with a ghost pepper but dang it was intense!
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:07 PM   #2
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:13 PM   #3
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Take small bites...
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Can’t say I’ve eaten a Carolina Reaper pepper.... but I have taken a good bite of one and I couldn’t finish it so that’s why I can’t say I’ve eaten one, if you follow the way I drifted...

You are correct, they are intense and good flavor but not good enough to eat the entire pepper.

I too like the ghost pepper. My favorite way to use a ghost pepper is to cut it in half and put it in a jar of kosher dill pickles. It really makes the pickle tasty
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Take small bites...
Heck no! To get the full affect you gotta eat at least 1/2 the pepper at one time. I ate 1/2 cut long ways and my 18 yr old son ate the the other half! He said never again 🤣🤣
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:17 PM   #8
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:19 PM   #10
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Canít say Iíve eaten a Carolina Reaper pepper.... but I have taken a good bite of one and I couldnít finish it so thatís why I canít say Iíve eaten one, if you follow the way I drifted...

You are correct, they are intense and good flavor but not good enough to eat the entire pepper.

I too like the ghost pepper. My favorite way to use a ghost pepper is to cut it in half and put it in a jar of kosher dill pickles. It really makes the pickle tasty
Iím going to try that
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:21 PM   #11
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You’re going to need some baby wipes and maybe some Aloe Vera gel tomorrow.
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:24 PM   #12
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Youíre going to need some baby wipes and maybe some Aloe Vera gel tomorrow.
Nah I got a box of popsicles on the way home😁
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Take small bites...
They don't make bites, that small...
I walked passed a pot of chilli (made with that stuff) at a cook off, in San Antone....
And my house in Weatherford, caught on fire.....
It ain't to be messed with........
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:27 PM   #14
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Those made my eyes burn just looking at them. No thanks.
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:28 PM   #15
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Nah I got a box of popsicles on the way home😁
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Canít say Iíve eaten a Carolina Reaper pepper.... but I have taken a good bite of one and I couldnít finish it so thatís why I canít say Iíve eaten one, if you follow the way I drifted...

You are correct, they are intense and good flavor but not good enough to eat the entire pepper.

I too like the ghost pepper. My favorite way to use a ghost pepper is to cut it in half and put it in a jar of kosher dill pickles. It really makes the pickle tasty
I ate a orange ghost pepper yesterday and believe it or not, it was better than the red ones. Didn't even know they existed till yesterday. Goggle them up. Here is a pic of it.
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I ate a orange ghost pepper yesterday and believe it or not, it was better than the red ones. Didn't even know they existed till yesterday. Goggle them up. Here is a pic of it.
Thatís a habanero
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I hire a TBH'er 5 days a week that is a pepper fan.
We do numerous peppers and saulses and have figured it out to start with small pieces and move up to freaking hot. Everybody is different...
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:55 PM   #20
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I love the reaper flavor. I haven't ate an actual pepper yet but the bucees reaper sauce is legit.
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Old 11-16-2021, 09:55 PM   #21
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Old 11-16-2021, 10:30 PM   #22
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I am not sure how yíall do it. We are growing some ghost peppers in the back yard and good Lord are they hot. Like way more than I can handle.

Like donít cut one and then go relieve yourself. That burns!
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I ate a orange ghost pepper yesterday and believe it or not, it was better than the red ones. Didn't even know they existed till yesterday. Goggle them up. Here is a pic of it.
Think you have your peppers mixed up. The first one looks more like a ghost then a Carolina. The second you post is without a doubt neither a ghost or carolina. Grow a bunch of these so I have seen a few.
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Will look into eating this pepper after successfully skydiving, bullfighting, bungee jumping and wingsuit flying. OK, for real, you have a very impressive tolerance level to eat that pepper and report about it.
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They don't make bites, that small...
I walked passed a pot of chilli (made with that stuff) at a cook off, in San Antone....
And my house in Weatherford, caught on fire.....
It ain't to be messed with........
I walked passed a pot of chili (made with that stuff) at a cook off, in San Antone....
And my house in Weatherford, caught on fire....


Sailor just wrote one of the funniest sentences I have ever read on TBH. Good one sailor!
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They don't make bites, that small...
I walked passed a pot of chilli (made with that stuff) at a cook off, in San Antone....
And my house in Weatherford, caught on fire.....
It ain't to be messed with........
Beahahahhahahahhahaha!!
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Think you have your peppers mixed up. The first one looks more like a ghost then a Carolina. The second you post is without a doubt neither a ghost or carolina. Grow a bunch of these so I have seen a few.
There is always one lmao.....That is a reaper. My buddy and me grow them all habanero, scorpions, ghost, and reapers along with thai chilis and so on. Here is the plant it came off of. I also know what a habanero is we grow them and have a plant and yes there is a orange ghost pepper along with a red one. Trust me I know my peppers. I eat habanero's daily
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I walked passed a pot of chili (made with that stuff) at a cook off, in San Antone....
And my house in Weatherford, caught on fire....


Sailor just wrote one of the funniest sentences I have ever read on TBH. Good one sailor!
Thank you sir..
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Man you crazy. I love spicy stuff but that is another level that I won't dive into. lol

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There is always one lmao.....That is a reaper. My buddy and me grow them all habanero, scorpions, ghost, and reapers along with thai chilis and so on. Here is the plant it came off of. I also know what a habanero is we grow them and have a plant and yes there is a orange ghost pepper along with a red one. Trust me I know my peppers. I eat habanero's daily
The color orange is not why I said it wasn't a ghost. It is the pepper its self. The picture you posted in the most recent post is definitely a reaper. I still say the ghost is not a ghost. The texture or lack there of is my reason. They don't have a smooth texture like a jalapeŮos. They look just like a reaper except longer. Reapers are usually looked snubbed like the one you posted. We grow peppers on my Dads side of the family. Shipped out 3.5 tons two weeks ago to a cheese maker.
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Old 11-17-2021, 09:17 AM   #31
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I've eaten all the exotics over the years. The reaper and scorpion are right on par for me not much difference in heat level once you get that high. My step dad and I would challenge ourselves with some crazy stuff, 9 million pure extract was insane we only did that once.

The exotic peppers are fruity in flavor and puts you in a stage of euphoria for about 20 mins. It's hot but it won't get any hotter.

Now jalapenos are hot to me... not sure how that happened
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The color orange is not why I said it wasn't a ghost. It is the pepper its self. The picture you posted in the most recent post is definitely a reaper. I still say the ghost is not a ghost. The texture or lack there of is my reason. They don't have a smooth texture like a jalapeŮos. They look just like a reaper except longer. Reapers are usually looked snubbed like the one you posted. We grow peppers on my Dads side of the family. Shipped out 3.5 tons two weeks ago to a cheese maker.
And that pepper I ate last night came off that same plant as far as texture, my ghost pepper plant last year always produced smooth peppers. Let me guess your gonna tell me this isn't a ghost pepper plant?�� look at pile of smooth red ghost peppers in the pic earlier.....
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Old 11-17-2021, 09:37 AM   #33
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I raise all three, the Ghost, Scorpion, and the Reaper. The wife thinks the plants, and bright colored peppers are pretty, We've tried to make salsa that was bearable to eat with them, but you really have to cut back from what you would use with other peppers, even chili pequins, which we also raise....Personally, I wouldn't eat a half of one by itself.. I tried a tiny sliver of one once, that was enough...
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I love hot stuff too Mike. I've eaten ghost peppers and Trinidad scorpions but still have never tried a reaper. My daughter and I eat habaneros with our supper like m&m's lol.
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Been working on a jar of Mrs Renfro's Carlina Reaper salsa over the last week. Sure is tasty but I tend to forget that what goes in must come out and that is often not pleasant
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just thinking of these makes my nose run and eyes water....
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Iíve grown reapers a couple of years, but focus mainly on the ghost peppersÖ



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my wife make a mango-reaper jelly. i grow lots of reapers and habaneros each summer.
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And that pepper I ate last night came off that same plant as far as texture, my ghost pepper plant last year always produced smooth peppers. Let me guess your gonna tell me this isn't a ghost pepper plant?�� look at pile of smooth red ghost peppers in the pic earlier.....
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I have not eaten any of those by themselves but we grew scorpion peppers and habaneros this year and made some salsa from the scorpion peppers and it was really good!
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Hogslayer first of all you're crazy. Not sure how you do that.

Second...help me out. What would you call these peppers. The card on them when I bought the plants at a nursery just said Caribbean Peppers. I grow Thai, habaneros, pequins and so on but these are by for the hottest I have.

The leaves look broader on my plant then your scorpion plant.

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Hogslayer first of all you're crazy. Not sure how you do that.

Second...help me out. What would you call these peppers. The card on them when I bought the plants at a nursery just said Caribbean Peppers. I grow Thai, habaneros, pequins and so on but these are by for the hottest I have.

The leaves look broader on my plant then your scorpion plant.

TIA
That looks like a red savina to me. They are one of the worst in my opinion as far as burn goes if that's what those are. They aren't as hot as scorpions and reapers but much hotter than habanero's and the burn last much much longer than the hotter one's. Those are actually the worst to me because the heat scale is less but intensity last Way longer.

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Hogslayer first of all you're crazy. Not sure how you do that.

Second...help me out. What would you call these peppers. The card on them when I bought the plants at a nursery just said Caribbean Peppers. I grow Thai, habaneros, pequins and so on but these are by for the hottest I have.

The leaves look broader on my plant then your scorpion plant.

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A popular caribbean pepper is the scotch bonnet pepper. Looks pretty close.
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That looks like a red savina to me. They are one of the worst in my opinion as far as burn goes if that's what those are. They aren't as hot as scorpions and reapers but much hotter than habanero's and the burn last much much longer than the hotter one's. Those are actually the worst to me because the heat scale is less but intensity last Way longer.
I googled some images and believe you are right. Thanks for the insite as well. The flavor is really good on these but maybe I will try the scorpions or reapers next year. I remember the nursery had both but I didn't want the heat of those.
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I think we’ve had this conversation before hogslayer… but me and you are kin some kind of way, cuz I love me some hot peppers! And yes, I’ve eaten some Carolina reapers, and yes, they are WARM! When my dept eats lunch, they’re always buying hot sauces, finding certain peppers, anything hot… to try and make me tap out. Or maybe kill me! And I have ghosts, dragon cayenne, Tabasco’s, and a solo Carolina reaper in the pepper garden at the moment. The reaper is struggling, still just a fairly small plant, no fruit as of yet. Good Huntin, and God Bless, Rusty
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That's no sheet! I'd get something in my eye or have to pizz right after holding them suckers! I dang sure ain't eating one! I like hot stuff but I'm not into eating a bed of coals!
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And that pepper I ate last night came off that same plant as far as texture, my ghost pepper plant last year always produced smooth peppers. Let me guess your gonna tell me this isn't a ghost pepper plant?�� look at pile of smooth red ghost peppers in the pic earlier.....
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I need a popsicle just looking at those pictures!
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