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.
Challenge: 1 (Easy to grow).
A yellow version of the legendary Congo Pepper.
This one has a very powerful C. chinense aroma which makes even classic habaneros taste like bell peppers compared to this one.
There are not enough adjectives to compare the aromatic qualities of this variety.
And then, we get to heat... this is extremely hot variety which gets a rating of ten from a scale of 0-10.
The heat level is not up to where Moruga Scorpion and Naga Morich etc are.
But the heat type is one of it's kind. Very raw and barbaric but still gentle in a way that it's hard to explain, It has a pleasant rise and end.
Highly recommended fr habanero-lovers. If you haven't tasted habeneros, this one is the one to try at first!
Ideal as a bonsai / bonchi plant.
Challenge: 1 (Very easy to grow)
A nice looking, extremely hot African pepper with scary bite and a lot of potential
for cooking! Some sources even claim this is one of the early ancestors for Naga-series chile peppers.
This plant will give amazing yields. It scored 318 000 scoville heat units on tests several years ago, which is a lot less than many varieties these days will give.
Even so, this variety is definitely among the ones which actually feel the hottest.
Very painful, insane experience to take a bite from this pod!
One of the true favorites of all time.
Fatalii peppers were one of the reasons for Fatalii's chile pepper site to happen. Why? You might ask? Just try it and find out!
Challenge: 1 (easy to grow - recommended super hot variety for beginners)
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.
You have been warned!
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!
Challenge: 1 (easy to grow)
Classic superhot variety.
Naga Morich is not just hot but also has a great aroma which many chiliheads love so much.
Great with all kinds of hot cooking. The plant is very prolific and easy to grow.
This variety really loves warmth and sun so provide it with a warm environment.
Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).
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.
Challenge: 1 (easy to grow).