Bhut Jolokia

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The hottest chilli in the world, which is grown and eaten in India's northeast, and said to measure 1 million Scoville units—jalapeño peppers range from 2,500 to 8,000
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The hotness of the bhut jolokia, which is native to Assam, in north-east India, is measured in Scoville heat units and comes in at a massive 1,001,304, which is nearly twice as hot as Mexico's red savina that used to hold the record at 577,000.
CHOCOLATE HABALOKIA: c800,000 SHU This brown beast is a fiendish cross between chocolate habanero and a Ghost Chile - the Indian bhut jolokia.
India is home to one of the hottest chillies in the world, the bhut jolokia.
Ghost chillies, also known as bhut jolokia, measure up to 1.
ey use Bhut Jolokia chillis grown by Alwyn Williams the son of Anglesey super-gardener Medwyn Williams at a secret location on the island.
The Naga Jolokia Pepper, also known as the Bhut Jolokia or the Ghost Pepper is the hottest pepper in the world with an SHU (Scoville Heat Unit) level of over 1,000,000
Things got interesting when the bhut jolokia pepper, or ghost pepper, was discovered in India.
As Capsaicin is four times hotter than Bhut Jolokia (pepper) and 300 times more spicy than Guntur red chillis (from Andhra Pradesh), it stimulates chemoreceptor nerve endings in skin and causes shooting pain for 45-60 minutes in an offender when injected into his body from the ring's micro tank using a micro pump and a micro needle," Khan told The Times of India.
London, August 1 ( ANI ): A sandwich shop owner has created the hottest sandwich, which is topped up with a sauce made from the two most scorching chillis- the Trinidad Scorpion and the Bhut Jolokia, in the world as a hangover cure.
However, you need to know that Bhut Jolokia briefly held the title of the world's hottest pepper at 1,002,304 SHU.
The super-spicy delicacy contains a sauce made from two of the world's hottest chillies - the Naga Bhut Jolokia, also known as the ghost chilli, and the Scotch bonnet.
Indian food is the most obvious example of a progressive attitude to spice - consider, for example, Premier's launch of Sharwood's Bhut Jolokia cooking sauce, which uses one of the world's hottest chillies.