I almost didnt grow peppers this year, but at the last second said what the hell. The starter kit I used last year wasn't bad, but it was unquestionably a hybrid and not a full blown ghost chili, so I figured I'd try to find seeds from a reputable seller. After reading a whole bunch of amazon reviews from virtually every vendor they had saying "listen, the seeds grew well enough, but it was not the type of pepper they advertised it as" I finally did a google search to see what else was out there.
Sure enough, the New Mexico University's Chili Pepper Institute sells seeds direct, and their pricing isn't too bad:
Product - The Chile Pepper Institute
I wanted to try Trinidad Scorpion seeds because that scorpion pepper hot sauce that jaxadam sent me was so fucking awesome, so I grabbed these. They had an even hotter varietal at 2mm scoville units, but that seemed a little much even for me... Also, since their minimum online order is $14, I grabbed a package of poblano pepper seeds, figuring I can make stuffed poblanos this fall.