The Ghost pepper is the hottest chile in the world as recently confirmed by Guinness World Records. It is native to India and is also called Bhut/Naga Jolokia after the King Cobra. This pepper is extremely hot and spicy, even the airborne dust particles can be irritating. On the Scoville scale, it measures 855,000–1,050,000 units. A more familar, hot chile pepper is the habanero chile which measures at 100,000–350,000 Scoville units. When handling Ghost peppers, use caution and wear gloves.
Pepper Hot Habanero Red aka “Lucifer’s Dream”- Much like the orange habanero, this red version of the classic pepper shares its exceedingly hot flavor. Fruits grow to 1-2", ripen to red, and have a hidden fruity flavor beneath the intense heat. Heat 100,000-325,000
20 Seeds Bhut Jolokia chilli Ghost Chilli Ghost Chile Seeds by Seeds Direct. $3.19. Never Feed to Children. Specimens have been tested at 1.6 million Scoville heat units. If you like Hot Peppers? Grow these. Guiness Book of World Records as being the hottest pepper on the planet. With a Scoville heat unit measurement of around 1 million, it replaces the Red Savina with nearly double its heat intensity. This rating can be more or less depending on climate. Drier climates wit...