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Old September 11, 2021   #1
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Default Bullnose Scotch Bonnet

Very pleased to score some bullnose scotch bonnet peppers here in the market in Georgetown, Guyana. Also some waiwiri. Could not find wiri wiri, but still looking.
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Old September 12, 2021   #2
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Excellent!
I've never heard of the Bullnose SB cultivar, but very interested in hearing more.
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Old September 12, 2021   #3
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Here is a photo of the bullnose Scotch Bonnet.
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Old September 18, 2021   #4
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Nice well formed bonnet!
I see the bullnose too.
What's its heat level like?
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Old September 19, 2021   #5
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I can't find anything online about the waiwiri pepper! Do you have a photo of it or a link to a description? Is it a small, hot pepper? Very rare!
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Nice well formed bonnet!
I see the bullnose too.
What's its heat level like?

Seems a smidgen hotter than the Jamaican scotch bonnet.
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Seems a smidgen hotter than the Jamaican scotch bonnet.

Judging purely by my own garden, that seems to be fairly typical.
I've always though that peppers that I've grown from Jamaican Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) seeds have always been less pungent than other cultivars.
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