I grew Alma Paprika peppers this year for the first time. It's a pretty plant. The peppers are shaped like flattened balloons and grow with their blossom ends up. They start out a creamy white color and darken through shades of orange. They are deep vermillion when ripe. The peppers are thick walled. They are slightly spicy.
As the peppers ripened, I would collect them and put them in the fridge until I had enough to dehydrate. As I dehydrated the peppers, I stored them in air tight containers.
I ground the dried peppers into Paprika powder earlier this week. The taste and aroma is far, far superior to any store purchased Paprika I have tried. The yield from one plant was 4 ounces of Paprika. I think I would have had closer to 6 ounces but I had a large, loaded, branch of the plant break in a storm.
I will definitely grow it next year. Even my husband is astounded at the excellent taste and aroma.