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Naglah

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Naglah chilli

Naglah

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 1,000,000 – 1,263,245 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: New Mexico, USA
Flavour: Sweet fruity flavour and extremely hot.
Background: A stable and very rare hybrid created by crossing Bhut Jolokia X 7 Pot Chocolate “Douglah”. Made by the New Mexico University Chilli Pepper Institute, these tasty pods will ripen from green to red.

Naglah Brown

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Naglah Brown

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 1,000,000 – 1,263,245 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: New Mexico, USA
Flavour: Sweet fruity flavour and extremely hot.
Background: A stable and very rare hybrid created by crossing Bhut Jolokia X 7 Pot Chocolate “Douglah”. Made by the New Mexico University Chilli Pepper Institute, these tasty pods will ripen from green to red.

Chocolate Moruga Scorpion “Moruga Brown”

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Chocolate Scorpion chilli

Chocolate Moruga Scorpion “Moruga Brown”

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 1,200,000+ SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: A very hot pod with a sweet taste.
Background: This is the sweeter chocolate version of the Moruga Scorpion, with golf ball sized pods ripening from green to a chocolate brown colour sometimes sporting a ‘sting’.

Green Moruga Scorpion

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Green Scorpion chilli

Green Moruga Scorpion

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 1,100,000 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: A very hot pod with a sweet taste, milder than other scorpions.
Background: This is the milder version of the Moruga Scorpion, with golf ball sized pods ripening from green to green / bronze colour sometimes sporting a ‘sting’. High yielding and attractive plant.

Gibbering Idiot

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Gibbering Idiot Chilli

Gibbering Idiot

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 1,100,000 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Horningsham, Warminster, Wiltshire, UK
Flavour: A fiery pod bursting with flavour.
Background: The Gibbering Idiot is a new Habanero variety developed from a rogue Scorpion Habanero. Used to add heat and the fruity flavour to DevonChilliMan’s Gibbering Smoke Sauce.

Infinity

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Infinity chilli

Infinity

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 1,067,286 SHU
Heat Category: Nuclear
Origin: Grantham, Lincolnshire, UK
Flavour: A very hot pod with a lasting, intense heat.
Background: Named Infinity for its “never-ending” burn, it was the Guinness World Record holder for the world’s hottest chilli for just two weeks in February 2011, befor being displaced by the Naga Viper.

King Naga Morich “Raja Mirch”

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King Naga Morich chilli

King Naga Morich “Raja Mirch”

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 1,041,427 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Nagaland, India
Flavour: A mildly sweet and typically hot naga flavour.
Background: This plant is a heavy producer of the widest and heaviest blood red pods in the naga family. A relatively new variety, so stability is uncertain meaning it will occasionally produce Black Naga pods.

Scorpion Cardi, Yellow

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Scorpion CARDI, Yellow

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 800,000 – 1,000,000 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: A very hot pod with a strong pineapple scent and taste.
Background: The name CARDI is an acronym for Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute in Trinidad and Tobago who developed this rare and gnarly pod.

Bhut Jolokia Pure “Ghost Pepper”

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Bhut Jolokia Pure “Ghost Pepper”

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 1,001,304 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Tezpur, Assam, India
Flavour: A smokey and extremely hot taste, with hints of melon.
Background: Bhut, from the Bhutias people, meaning “ghost” was possibly called this due to the the way the heat creeps up on you. Named as the hottest Chilli in The Guinness Book of World Records, 2007.

7 Pot Yellow

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7 pot yellow chillis

7 Pot Yellow

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 1,000,000+ SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: Slight pineapple flavour, very hot but not as hot as the 7 pot red.
Background: An extremely rare chilli, with the plants growing up to a metre tall. The 5 cm pods have a medium thick flesh and can weigh up to 15 grams each, maturing from green through to yellow.