Insanely super hot variety! You have been warned! This actually resembles Fatalii Gourmet Jigsaw a lot, not just with it’s looks but the heat type and taste too.
Very very prolific plant which grows very well in pots. Ideal for hydroponics too. One of the best tasting super hots.
Gorgeous yellow version of the fascinating 7pot bubblegum chili.
This extremely hot chili pepper has a very unique trait that in the end of ripening, the stems of the pods will also change their color!
These plants with colorful pods and stems look just fantastic. The aroma is also very strong.
Believe or not, but it’s also possible to spice up your food and to be subtle, just use a small amount with your food.
Of course, if you want to turn your food into a fiery hell, just add a tiny bit more...
Very odd version of 7pod chili pepper. These very hot, quite large and tasty pods will stay mostly green, with variable yellow tint. The final color is quite out of the ordinary. The plant is very compact and it bears a lot of pods. Very good when dried and powdered.
An orange version of the scary, legendary 7pot primo pepper. EXTREMELY HOT. It’s even claimed that The hottest ever measured pepper is actually just more unstable version of the 7pot Primo Pepper.
Rather compact plant which produces a nice amount of tailed, yellow-orange pods. Very aromatic as 7pot peppers tend to be. Makes a great powder too!
White, or actually pale yellow version of the famous Ghost Pepper.
Heat level is just insane! One of the hottest even from the super hot category!
A lots of great aroma similar to Naga Morich/Ghost Pepper.
One of the most prolific plants I’ve ever seen.
Ideal for extreme cooking. Use as fresh, turn into powder or froze some minced chili to use later.
This unusual variety produces very big and extremely hot pods with a scary but very fantastic fruitful aroma. The plants are very tall and can bear a lot of pods every season.
Not sure how many generations this plant has been bred but expect some variation with several plants as it’s not stable yet.
A great one to grow!
An insanely hot, unstable hybrid of two extremely hot chile peppers. The plant on the photo is F1 generation from which the seeds are taken. In other words these seeds are for growing F2 plants. The looks and characteristics of the next plants may and should vary from the photo but expect the heat level be insane! Choose your favorite plants and pods and collect seeds from those. This way you can create your own breed from this hybrid. Keep labeling the generations also.
A yellow version of the Guinness record holder Carolina Reaper.
Besides insanely hot heat level, it has a very strong aroma, even tastier than the original version.
At least feels hotter than the original too but at these heat levels it’s impossible to compare properly...
These seeds will turn into third generation plants, so it’s not stable variety yet.
But still, these plants turned out to be more stable than the original, red ones.
Dark brown version of the famous ghost pepper chili!
This one is insanely hot. With these heat levels, it’s impossible to compare with other super hots, but this one is definitely very very high up on the heat scale.
Be very very careful! The aroma of these pods is very strong. If you like the taste of ghost peppers etc. you will love these!
A wonderful looking super hot variety which ripens from pale green to crimson red-chocolate color! Super prolific pods and there will be a a lot of them on a quite compact plant. Great for culinary uses. This unusual phenotype is not fully stable, so expect some variation.
WARNING! WARNING WARNING! EXTREMELY HOT!
End of the road even for the toughest chilehead. Absolutely the hottest you can get.
Started to breed from Moruga Scorpion years ago, before Moruga Scorpion was even known to be the hottest chile pepper in the world. Here's an article about this project: http://fatalii.net/jigsaw
For the first time ever, I experienced the complete numbness on my tongue after eating a small bite of fresh chile pepper.
Check the funny video of a guy eating a piece of the Fatalii Gourmet Jigsaw here http://fatalii.net/kalle.mp4
Keep out of reach of children.
Use protective gloves when processing this variety after harvesting!
Besides the horrible heat level, the taste is actually absolutely fantastic if you love the taste of the Naga Morich, 7 pot and other super hot varieties. This one is even tastier!
Very very long delay. The heat keeps building and building.
This is one of the varieties I'm the most scared of at the moment.
Moruga Scorpion is the hottest pepper measured in the world. Recent HPLC tests gave it a highest result of 2,009,231 Scoville heat units!!
The Measured pods were grown from seeds originated from fataliiseeds.net!
Just horrible heat level even when compared to any other hottest chiles at the moment.
Besides it containing the most amount of capcaisin, it also feels the worst out there.
The taste is very good too but the heat will hit so quickly that you will practically lose your mind and concentration in that second!
This is the one you shouldn't buy as it`s way too hot for any of us!
Grows well indoors, balconies, outdoors, greenhouse
A very hot pepper from Moruga area of
Caribbean Trinidad! Perhaps not one of the very hottest ones, but this
is certainly hot enough to make you sweat big time! The flavor is
different from Habanero or Naga Morich, making this one a nice
alternative for hot cooking. A pretty plant, too!
Insanely hot variety which also looks very scary. Lovely scent and aroma which gives a very good quality for any hot food.
The plant is very prolific and stars maturing the pods quite early. A must have for superhot lovers.
Here’s another one for the lovers of insanely hot chili peppers! Even if you can stand the extreme heat, you should be careful with this one. Surely a great one to grow and it gives a nice yield of these super pain producing little beasts! The aroma is also great for those who are still able to concentrate on the taste after a flames of hell are raping their mouth!
You have been warned!
Very rare, pretty, peach colored Bhut Jolokia. Has a very painful heat level which makes this variety ideal for extreme cooking. Peach Bhut Jolokia has also a great aroma which is more unique than ordinary Bhut Jolokia. Grows very nicely in a pot.
One of the most amazing looking hot varieties there is! Ripens from green to purple to red. Very heavy producer and the pods taste very good when ripe. A must have for a superhot lover who also like great looking varieties.
Very rare addition to the scorpion family. This is one of the hottest chile peppers known to man, so you should be extremely cautious especially if you are going to bite into this beast as it is.
I wouldn't recommend it because of it’s insane heat level unless you REALLY know what you're doing!
Produces very nice yields.
Grows well in pots, which makes it perfect for even growing it as a bonchi (bonsai chile pepper).