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Can anyone reccomend a reliable UK chilli pepper website?

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banned5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
Preferably one that sells either the naga viper pepper or the Bhut jolokia. Not after the sauce just the actual pepper.
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banned5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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#1
The Naga is the Pepper Don, don't know any sites but you could always try your local Asian shop, some sell it already planted for a few quid, or you could buy the packs.
#2
Dunno if these people can help. Or maybe try Fox's spices.
#3
if your near bristol go to masala bazaar in easton or any of the asian shops, thats where my mum gets them lol

or even ask a local asian! every asian attempts to grow a naga successfully!


Edited By: Boom123 on May 25, 2011 19:53
#4
You could asking in this thread as well DG, it's about growing but they may know!

Or grow your own!!
T&M sell this

Thinking on. These peppers are so dangerous that I doubt that anywhere is allowed to sell the actual pepper.
Thinking on more .... you know that they are really dangerous don't you?

There's a place in Dorset that has a chilli festival.
I'll google it.
Great Dorset Chilli festival in August
They have a list of participants, suppliers etc.





Edited By: chesso on May 25, 2011 20:06: update
banned#5
Thanks for the responses. Ideally I would like to purchase a packet full already grown as I would be useless at trying it myself. I have looked around most websites but not having much luck! I will definitely call round to a few asain shops tomorrow, not bothered which they have as both sound extremely hot.

Thanks Kingy seems they have the green jolokia, the red one is OOS :(
banned#6
No nowhere near me lol.

Thanks for that chesso. I've just contacted the south Devon chilli farm as I am not far from there, they have them listed on the website but currently out of stock so hopefully they will be back soon.

Yes I know these things are dangerous, just want to try a little in a curry :)
#7
DangerGod
just want to try a little in a curry :)

You'll be needing some of this too, then!

http://scrapetv.com/News/News%20Pages/Everyone%20Else/images-3/toilet-paper-stack.jpg
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There's a site selling dried ones? Is it just to make a curry? Won't dried do?

http://www.steenbergs.co.uk/product/935/naga-jolokia-chilli-whole-very-hot
banned#9
deek72
There's a site selling dried ones? Is it just to make a curry? Won't dried do?

http://www.steenbergs.co.uk/product/935/naga-jolokia-chilli-whole-very-hot


Ah deek,exactly what I was after!
#10
I tried to grow some of the Bhuts (Dorest naga?) this year... mega fail. Didn't even sprout :(
banned#11
Lol unlucky. I wouldn't be much good either. To late to plant chills again now isn't it?
#12
Im growing Bhut Jolokia and Chocolate Bhut Jolokia, also the Dorset Naga, there doing great already, planted seed mid feb so i will hopefully get ripe pods before season ends :)
banned#13
Sweet. What do you do with yours? Have you tried the jolokia before? Hot? Lol
#14
This will be my 1st year growing chillis from seed, all i know is, its recommended you wear goggles,mask and food gloves when preparing it :) im growing about 30 varietys this year.

Edited By: Daytrader on May 25, 2011 22:49

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