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If you are trying to test your limits, then you are in the right place. Together we will find out if you are really a lover of extreme tastes and we will discover the five spiciest chilli pepper of the planet Earth.
On this page you will find information that only spicy veterans can appreciate and smell the thrill of extreme nature. For those who has not yet been prepared on the subject, SHU is the acronym of the unit to measure the spiciness. Did you know that the Scoville scale rating is named after its creator, Wilbur Scoville? he was an American pharmacist who invented the Scoville organoleptic test.
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Trinidad Moruga Scorpion
1.Carolina Reaper (HP22B): Straight from Rock Hill, South Carolina, the world’s hottest hybrid in 2013. Let us talk about the chilli pepper that was born thanks to the merger of Naga Morich Pakistano and Habanero Rosso. The record holder is red as fire, has an initially sweet taste, which then will directly inflame your brain. The taste of Carolina Reaper also contains hints of chocolate and cinnamon, which can be perceived from the bravest. Its fiery spiciness reaches 2,200,000 SHU. The seeds: https://diavolopiccante.it/semi-peperoncino/63-semi-carolina-reaper.html
2. Trinidad Scorpion Butch T: One year before the Carolina Reaper, the world’s hottest chili was just it. It was born in Central America and continued its development in the Australian continent. It is a 1,463,700 SHU chilli pepper, which has a bright red colour and is little bigger than a ping-pong ball.
The seeds: https://diavolopiccante.it/semi-peperoncino/8-semi-trinidad-moruga-scorpion.html
3. Naga Viper: And here we are in front of the hot pepper of Gerald Fowler, which won the world’s record for the hottest hot chilli pepper of 2011. The company that created it is called the Chilli Pepper Company, located in the UK. If your curiosity has no limits, then you must absolutely know from which variety was created, the well-known Naga Morich and Trinidad Scorpion. Thanks to the crossing of these two, Naga Viper was born with 1.382.118 SHU.
The seeds: https://diavolopiccante.it/semi-peperoncino/69-semi-naga-viper.html
4. Bhut Jolokia: The fourth variety of chili is Indian and won the Guinness World Records in 2007. It is a hybrid (from Capsicum Chinese and Capsicum frutescens), which can reach from 855.000 up to 1.041.427. It is called "Ghost Pepper". It will heat your taste buds in a second! Its size is quite high, 7 centimetres reached for the largest peppers up to 5 for those of small size. Its flavour has hints of fruit and initially it may seem slightly sweet.
The seeds: https://diavolopiccante.it/semi-peperoncino/10-semi-bhut-jolokia.html
5. Seven Pod Douglah: The rarest variety of the five, with 800,000 up to 1,030,000 SHU. We are talking about the chili Capsicum Chinense that was born in Changuanas of Trinidad & Tobago. His name has a funny story, it is said to be hotter than seven peppers together! If you are a real daredevil you should try one of these fruits, red like fire, that will test your endurance and will leave a particularly fruity aftertaste in your mouth. The seeds: N.D.
The cuisine of the Italian region called Calabria is known for its spicy cuisine. But Calabrian chili, where is it positioned in the Scoville scale? It is found in the last positions, that is among the less spicy chillies. So, I leave it to you to understand the level of spiciness of a chili like Carolina Reaper, which touches the 2,000,000 SHU.
To take precautions: wash your hands after touching the chili peppers or equip yourself with very resistant gloves and do not pass anything. Finally, do not touch your eyes or other sensitive areas of the body because you could spend hours in hell! Back to List.
Have you ever wondered how your body reacts to the extreme hotness of one of these chili peppers? Here is a video that will make you understand what we mean.
The history of the spicy world told by Marco Carmazzi and Massimo Biagi