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At over 1 million SHU, the 7 Pot got its name because it's thought that just one of these chillies is enough to add heat to 7 pots of stew.
A Habanero/Scotch Bonnet variety that produces large, juicy pods that are very hot, around 300,000 SHU. A good introduction to very hot chillies.
A former world record holder, the Bhut Jolokia is super hot chilli that measures in at over 1 million Scoville Heat Units! Also known as the ‘ghost pepper’.
One of our favourite chillies, the Bhut Jolokia Chocolate is slightly milder than the red Bhut but still stupidly hot, with a richer flavour profile that is surprisingly fruity.
The Big Jim pepper just warms, doesn't burn - only nips, never bites! If you enjoy flavour over heat, the Big Jim is perfect - fruity and sweet like a capsicum, with a very mild chilli kick.
The Bih Jolokia is a close relative of the previous world record holder the Bhut Jolokia, measuring in at over 1 million SHU, but slightly smaller, sweeter and less bitter in taste.
Sitting somewhere between the Habanero and Fatalii, the Bonda Ma Jacques is a very hot chilli, bright yellow in colour with a citrus flavour and strong, fruity scent.
A former world record holder, this chilli is not for the faint hearted! Easily identifiable, thanks to their sharp point that resembles its namesake - a scorpion tail!
The world’s hottest chilli! The Carolina Reaper leaves all other chillies for dead, with the hottest of pods reaching over 2 million SHU. Not for the faint hearted!