Wow I missed Peppery1â€™s question. Sorry about that
I have to tell you I am a complete neophyte at reviewing pepper flavors. All I can say is Hot Lemon has a sort of flowery taste that I think people describe as citrusy. Fish has an amazingly wonderful aroma that intensifies when dehydrated.
Now, I came to post this:
Top photo is an uppdate photo of the now 4 yr old plant I refer to as my "Super Variegated (SuperVar) Fish Pepper" It's the correct color in dark forest green.
Bottom left is a the best variegated seedling grown from seeds from the above plant this spring. It is in typical green/cream foliar combination.
Bottom right is a 4 yr old "sibling" of the SuperVar that has always been the LEAST variegated/mostly solid green.
Unlike the compact SuperVar, it has aways grown twice as big and loaded with solid green fruits but occasionally exhibited variegation. Last fall, something changed and it grew a substantially variegated branch from the base of the plant. This year, it is growing this upper new branch with significant variegation and same dark forest green coloring as the SuperVar.