Y98 St. Louis. Same super-heat, with smoky sweet undertones. (They will start developing brown spots). Look: Edible Arrangements' Ghost Pepper Chocolate Covered Strawberries Photo credit (Getty Images) By Tim Convy. This pepper is a cross between a Bhut Jolokia (ghost pepper) and a Douglah peppers. Peel the garlic skins off and let cool. Roast the peppers and garlic, turning regularly to have an even roasting. A mature pod of the Chocolate Bhutlah pepper has an earthy, chocolate brown color spread smoothly over its wrinkled texture. Place the peppers and garlic cloves in a griddle over medium high heat. Garlic cloves will take less time, make sure to remove them promptly after they are roasted. Sterilize 8 half pint or 4 pint jars and lids by boiling for 10 minutes or running through the "sterilize" … When it comes to hot peppers, this pepper delivers incendiary heat. What Does A Chocolate Bhutlah Look Like? Scoville heat units (SHU): 800,000 – 1,001,304 Jalapeño reference point: 100 to 400 times hotter Origin: India Products and seeds: Bhut Jolokia Chocolate on Amazon The infamous ghost pepper is a devil of a chili: A slightly sweet super-hot with a deceiving slow burn. February 5, 2020 02/05/2020 9:27 am.