Bahamian goat pepper seeds
The Bahamian Goat pepper is a fairly rare pepper, originally from the Bahamas, with a fruity taste and belonging to the Capsicum Chinense species: its flavor and spiciness are in fact close to its “cousins” Habanero and Scotch Bonnet.
The plant of bahamian goat pepper is very vigorous, as is typical of the C. Chinense species, about 1.20 meters high and 1 meter wide; its leaves are oval and lanceolate, while the flowers are white. At the time of ripening, the chilli is of a color between dark yellow and light orange, but in the immature state they are green in color. They can be of two types: one resembling the Habanero, therefore more elongated, while the other more similar to the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, therefore wider. It particularly likes warm climates, to encourage the development of capsaicin, in fact, if you want to plant in winter, it will need to be supported with appropriate lighting; they also grow best in moist, well-drained soil.
it is not very cultivated, because it is quite difficult to grow, the sauce obtained from it is very valuable: it is made in the Caribbean and is extremely particular because it blends the spiciness typical of a Capsicum Chinense with its fruity, almost citrusy taste. .