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Improved Customer Service

A.J. Drew and Family

Since I returned from surgery, I have been way behind answering emails. Between recovering, medication and sales much increased since last year, I have not been able to manage inquiries.  The most important of these being the occasion when the…

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Indigenous People Day Sale

Christopher Columbus had nothing to do with the founding of our great nation.  The indigenous people of the Americas had everything to do with cultivating the predecessors to the peppers we grow and love.  So rather than have a Columbus…

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Aji Peppers Ripe and on Sale

Box of Aji Peppers

Peppers that won’t melt your face.  Aji peppers are sometimes called Peruvian hot peppers as they initially hailed from that part of the world.  With a general Scoville rating of between 20,000 and 30,000 SHU they provide plenty of zing,…

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How Important is Environment?

Reaper vs. Primo dna

Chances are you have heard the controversy concerning the Carolina Reaper and the 7 Pot Primo pepper.  This post is not about that controversy.  Instead it is a discussion about the importance of environment (nurture).  Of course nature (dna) is…

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Carolina Reaper, Peach & other New Fresh Peppers

Peach Carolina Reaper

What is new for October?  Whole boxes of absolutely fresh Peach Carolina Reaper peppers.  Also called the California Reaper pepper, this variety was initially created by crossing the original red Carolina Reaper with Jay’s Peach Ghost x Scorpion pepper.  The…

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Pepper X Seeds and Fresh Pods ???

According to Tasting Table, there is a new hottest pepper in the world: Pepper X.  Reportedly, this new green pepper tops the SHU range at over 3,000,000 SHU on the Scoville Scale.  Per The Food Beast, Pepper X was developed…

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