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7 Pot Barrackpore

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7 Pot Barrackpore

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 1,000,070 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Barrackpore, Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: A large 7 Pod with a fiery kick.
Background: One of the hottest of all the 7 pods making it one of the hottest in the world. Larger and more wrinkled pods when compared to regular 7 Pods.

Chocolate Naga “Big Bang”

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Chocolate Naga “Big Bang”

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 1,000,000 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Bangladesh
Flavour: Plenty of heat with a sweet and fruity taste.
Background: Chocolate variety of the Naga Morich. The plants grow to around 1m with a very high yield of 3-7 cm hot pods that ripen from a bright green through to a smokey chocolate colour.

7 Pot Chaguanas, Orange

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7 Pot Chaguanas, Orange

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 800,000 – 1,000,000+ SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: The borough of Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago.
Flavour: Fruity with similarities to other 7 pods.
Background: The term ‘7 Pot’ comes from the idea that “One pod can add heat and flavour to 7 pots of food” – This chilli really packs a punch and works great for extra fiery sauces.

7 Pot Jonah

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7 pot jonah chilli

7 Pot Jonah

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 800,000 – 1,000,000 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Trinidad and Tobago
Flavour: A fruity 7 Pod as hot as the Bhut Jolokia, if not hotter.
Background: Bumpy, crinkled skin sometimes with a small scorpion tail. The plants grow to 1m with pods which are larger than the average 7 pot and mature from a light green to a dark red.

Bhut Jolokia Chocolate “Ghost Pepper”

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Bhut Chocolate chilli

Bhut Jolokia Chocolate “Ghost Pepper”

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 800,000 – 1,001,304 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Bangladesh
Flavour: A more fruity and sweet taste compared to other Bhut varieties.
Background: The Chocolate Bhut Jolokia has is a natural variant of the Bhut Jolokia with a similar heat to that of the red. Made available to the public in 2008, it is most common in Bangaladesh and North India.

Bhut Jolokia White “Ghost Pepper”

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Bhut White Chilli

Bhut Jolokia White “Ghost Pepper”

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 800,000 – 1,000,000+ SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Assam, India
Flavour: A more citrus taste compared to other Bhut varieties.
Background: The White Bhut Jolokia has is a natural variant of the Bhut Jolokia with a similar heat to that of the red. Pods ripen from green to creamy white, are about 8-10cm long not as pimply as Bhut Jolokia.

Bengal Naga

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Bengal naga chilli

Bengal Naga

Species: Capsicum chinense
Scoville Heat Units: 732,000 – 923,000 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Dorset, UK
Flavour: Aromatic and fiery.
Background: Brought into being by accident in a greenhouse full of Bhut Jolokia, these pods are a relative of the ‘Dorset Naga’ and so are generous on both heat and flavour.

7 Pot Bubblegum

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7 pot bubblegum chilli

7 Pot Bubblegum

Species: Capsicum chinense [F3 Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 850,000 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: United Kingdom
Flavour: Fruity with floral notes which possibly contributed to the name.
Background: A unique and very rare variety, noticeably different in the way the red from a ripe pod “bleeds” into the stalk. Developed in 2012 by a grower in the U.K. crossing a red Moruga Scorpion and a 7 Pot Yellow.

7 Pot Bubblegum Orange

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7 pot bubblegum orange

7 Pot Bubblegum Orange

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 850,000 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: United Kingdom
Flavour: Fruity with floral notes which possibly contributed to the name.
Background: A unique and very rare variety, noticeably different in the way the red from a ripe pod “bleeds” into the stalk. Developed in 2012 by a grower in the U.K. crossing a red Moruga Scorpion and a 7 Pot Yellow.

Jay’s Peach

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Jay's Peach chilli

Jay’s Peach “Ghost Scorpion”

Species: Capsicum chinense [Hybrid]
Scoville Heat Units: 700,000 – 800,000 SHU
Heat Category: Super Hot
Origin: Eastern Pennsylvania, United States
Flavour: Floral with a gentle sweetness but extremely hot.
Background: A cross between a Bhut Jolokia “Ghost Pepper” and a Trinidad Scorpion, ripening from a lime green to a peach colour and maintaining the twisted, bumpy texture of the Bhut Jolokia.