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 arrival of the incredibly potent Armageddon will join other legendary varieties such as the 'Trinidad Scorpion', 'Bhut Jolokia', 'Komodo Dragon' and of course the 'Carolina Reaper' among the super-hot chillis we've sold in recent years.
For comparison, a jalapeno pepper measures about 10,000 SHU, police-grade pepper spray is typically 500,000 to a million, and the Ghost Chili, or Bhut Jolokia, measures about one million.
"It is not for the faint-hearted, as the curry includes South Carolina Reapers, Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Peppers and India's own Ghost Peppers a.k.a Bhut Jolokia, which are among the most extreme hot chilies from around the world."
While the names Red Savina habanero or Bhut Jolokia ghost pepper don't describe their place on the Scoville scale (measurement of the spicy heat of peppers), we can understand the difference between a picture of a pink-colored tongue and a fiery red one.
The hottest pepper in the world is the (http://www.bhut-pepper.com/) bhut jolokia chili pepper , also known as the ghost pepper, and according to Dr.
Ranging from the specially cooked pork with bamboo shoots, sticky rice cooked in various ways harvested from the Naga Hills, steamed fish cooked with bamboo shoot and Naga spices or 'Akha Khulo' to salads, chutneys which are prepared using the famous king chilly or 'bhut jolokia' and the locally grown green herbs remained a hit among residents.
The Bhut Jolokia Hot sauce was launched after one such trip.
GHOST SCORPION: 750,000+ SHU A cross between a bhut jolokia and a Trinidad scorpion.
India is home to one of the hottest chillies in the world, the bhut jolokia. Also known as the "ghost chilli", it grows in Assam, Nagaland and Manipur, and is more than 400 times hotter than Tabasco sauce.
Ghost chillies, also known as bhut jolokia, measure up to 1.5m on the Scoville scale - the universally accepted gauge of hotness - making it one of the hottest chillies available.
ey use Bhut Jolokia chillis grown by Alwyn Williams the son of Anglesey super-gardener Medwyn Williams at a secret location on the island.