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Carolina Reaper

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Carolina Reaper

Carolina Reaper

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 1,569,300 on average (Reaches 2,200,000+ SHU)
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Fort Mill, South Carolina, United States
Flavour: Fruity, roasted sweetness with hints of cinnamon & chocolate
Background: Over 10 years, Ed Currie created and developed this hybrid by crossing Sweet Habanero and Naga Viper chillies. Named as the worlds hottest chilli by the Guinness World Record in November of 2013.

Jigsaw

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Jigsaw chilli

Jigsaw

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: To be tested (estimated 2,200,000+ SHU)
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Finland
Flavour: Extremely hot with similarities to the Moruga Scorpion.
Background: Developed by breeding a Moruga Scorpion with another similar, but as yet undisclosed, super hot chilli. Still to be tested, there is already speculation that this will be hotter than the Carolina Reaper!

Moruga Scorpion

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Moruga scorpion

Moruga Scorpion

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 2,009,231 SHU (Average 1,200,000 SHU)
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Moruga district, Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: Intense growing heat and sweet fruity flavour.
Background: New Mexico State University’s identified this as the world’s hottest in Feb 2012, saying “You take a bite. It doesn’t seem so bad, and then it builds and it builds and it builds. So it is quite nasty.”

Yellow Moruga Scorpion

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Moruga scorpion yellow

Yellow Moruga Scorpion

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 1,800,000 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Moruga district, Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: Sweet, intense heat but milder than the red Moruga Scorpion.
Background: New Mexico State University’s identified this as the world’s hottest in Feb 2012, saying “You take a bite. It doesn’t seem so bad, and then it builds and it builds and it builds. So it is quite nasty.”

7 Pot Chocolate “Douglah”

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7 pot chocolate douglah

7 Pot Chocolate “Douglah”

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 923,589 – 1,900,000 SHU (Average 1,169,058 SHU)
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: Intense heat and sweet flavour unique from the other 7 pods.
Background: This is the rarest of the 7 pods and one of the hottest chillies in the world. In Trinidad “Douglah” refers to a a mixed race person. NMSU tests in February 2012 recorded a peak at over 1,900,000 SHU.

7 Pot Brain Strain

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7 pot brain strain chilli

7 Pot Brain Strain

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: up to 1,853,396 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: A smokey / citrus flavour with a hint of sweetness.
Background: Developed using selective breeding by David Cappiello in North Carolina. It’s bumpy, crinckled skin resembles a brain with more placental tissue than other 7 pots. Sometimes has a small scorpion tail.

Dorset Naga®

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Dorset naga chilli

Dorset Naga®

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 1,000,000 – 1,598,227 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: West Bexington, Dorset, UK
Flavour: Fruity taste and intense heat.
Background: Cultivated by Joy and Michael Michaurd from a Naga Morich at their home in West Dorset, this is one of the hottest chillies in the world and well suited to growing in the UK climate.

Scorpion Moruga Butch T

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Scorpion butch T chilli

Scorpion Moruga Butch T

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 1,463,700 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Moruga district, Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: Intensely hot, fruity flavour with citrus notes.
Background: Derived from the Moruga Scorpion andthe 7 pot Jonah this variety is named after Butch Taylor who propergated. Once ranked as the world’s hottest chilli, this should be used with caution.

Naga Morich

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Naga Morich chilli

Naga Morich

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 1,000,000 – 1,500,000 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Nagaland, India
Flavour: Sweet and extremely hot, with woody / smokey undertones.
Background: This variety is closely related to the Dorset Naga, and almost as hot. Naga Morich means ‘snake or serpent Chilli’ perhaps due to it’s venomous bite. The pods ripen from green to yellow and finally to red.

Naga Viper

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Naga viper chilli

Naga Viper

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 1,382,118 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Cark, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, UK
Flavour: Smokey naga flavour and extremely hot.
Background: Briefly the hottest chilli in the world in 2011, this is a three-way hybrid produced from the Naga Morich, the Bhut Jolokia and the Moruga Scorpion so can be unstable.