This chile was described to me as an Indonesian Bird type. Long, skinny pods are sweet and crunchy when fresh, followed by some nice heat. This would make a great sweet-hot powder.
The Google translator from the Indonesian East-West Seed Company page describes this chile as:
Cayenne non-hybrid type C. annuum non-hybrid, to the lowlands - high, many branches, early maturing and productive. Fruit upright and bushy, green fruit color bright, shiny, very spicy, bacterial wilt resistant. Age harvest 115-120 HST, production from 0.4 to 0.5 kg / plant, 9-10 tons / ha