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Our Catalog Supplement lists seeds not in our printed catalog, usually very rare or in quantities are too small to be listed in the catalog. Pictures and text are Copyright © 2018 by Craig Dremann, all rights reserved including the web. EACH PACKET contains 100 seeds, except for the Chocolate Champion which contain 20 seeds. "Chocolate Champion" is a trademark owned by the Redwood City Seed Company.
Box 361, Redwood City, California
94064 USA - Text and images Copyright © 2018 by Craig Dremann
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Customers in the EU, the UK, Australia
and New Zealand, seeds cannot be shipped due to your pepper seed
viroid restrictions. And seeds cannot be shipped to Chile, India
or Israel. The Chocolate Champion not shipped outside of the USA,
and not to be taken out of the USA.
USA customers: Please add $5 for the first packet, and 10 cents for each additional seed packet for postage, except seed collections or dried pepper flakes, where postage is included in the price. Calif. customers, no sales tax. (HS) = Craig Dremann's Hotness Scale. (N/T) means this variety has not been tested for its heat levels yet.
We BEAT the REAPER! ® --with the Chocolate Champion.
--CHOCOLATE CHAMPION (C. chinense). Smokin' Ed's Carolina Reaper® old record of 1,569,300 Scoville heat units, has now been eclipsed by the Chocolate Champion at 1,662,000 Scovilles, after testing a composite of 10 dried peppers.
Plants grow to four feet tall and 2-3 feet wide, but can grow to 6 feet or more if fed with one cup of liquid fish fertilizer mixed with a gallon of water, plus a sprinkling of bone meal once a month during the growing season. Fruit ripens to a deep chocolate color about 2 inches long by one inch across.
"Chocolate Champion" is a trademark owned by the Redwood City Seed Company, with the following procedures for commercial use--NURSERIES can sell plants and PRODUCE GROWERS can sell fresh fruit without a license. NO reselling or selling of seeds for planting is allowed currently. ANY dried pepper, sauce, salsa or processed pepper sales require a license and annual license fees. BUYERS agree not to take or send seeds, or plant these seeds outside of the USA.
This pepper is so hot, that a single ounce of dried Chocolate Champion fruit would make 1,000 gallons of salsa detectably hot. This new variety is not a cross or a hybrid, it is a "sport", which is the method that Luther Burbank used to discover all of his new varieties. By being a sport instead of a cross or hybrid, you are able to save your own seeds from your garden if you choose.
Buyers assume all risks when using or injesting this pepper. DO NOT handle the pods with bare hands, always wear gloves and a breathing mask when working with this pepper. DO NOT eat the whole fresh as the results could be fatal. NEVER offer it to anyone to eat, as a joke, because that joke could end up in a death. For this reason, buyers agree NEVER to use the Chocolate Champion in any pepper-eating contests.
Maximum FIVE packets per customer
February to July 1, 2018. PACKET (20 seeds) $10
-- BIQUINHO RED (C. chinense) [Bee-keen'-you] Becoming popular as a pickled pepper from Peru under the US registered trademark "Sweety Drops®" also called "Incan Red Drops and "Red Peruvian Pepper". Origin is the Brazilian Amazon jungle, brought into cultivation, and is close to is wild ancestors still living in the forests. PKT $5
-- CAYENNE SWEET (C. annuum) Originally from Turkey, one of the most productive sweet peppers, known in Turkey as "Corbaci" with long narrow pods up to a foot long. Pickled whole or cut fresh into "pepper rings" for salads. PKT. $5
-- CHOCOLATE CHILE (C. annuum) This pepper is NOT chocolate colored, it is a long narrow red fruit and is called "chocolate" because in Hermosillo, Mexico this is the favorite variety to use with chocolate mole sauce and for mixing with chocolate drinks. Pods 3.5 inches long and 0.3 inc across. (HS: N/T) PKT. $5
-- PICO DE PAJARO (C. annuum) or Obregon. Another distinctive pepper from Hermosillo, Mexico, red pods 3 inches long and 0.4 inch across. (HS: N/T). PKT. $5
-- TEPIN FLAKES. The dried flakes for eating, with the seeds removed, harvested from the wild plants from the desert in Mexico. Becoming one of the world's rarest peppers, because it is not grown on farms, and the need to hand harvest in the desert during the fall harvest season, when the daytime temperatures are above 100 degrees. Fruit red, round 0.3 in in diameter. Put in a black- pepper mill and course-grind onto the surface of dishes like barbeque, produces little explosions of heat as you eat the food. Flakes keep indefinately if refrigerated. Shipped Free. One OZ. $15, 1/4 pound $50, 1/2 pound $80.
--Reaper® and Carolina Reaper® are registered US trademarks by PBPC LLC in South Carolina for pepper seeds, fresh fruit, and processed peppers.
--Sweety Drop® is a registered US trademark for the preserved, dried and cooked peppers by Gandules Inc. in Lima, Peru.
Updated February 7, 2018 - Complete catalog here