Extremely hot at over 1M SHU.
Also known as the Ghost Chilli or Ghost Pepper it is renowned for its slow burn. Heat kicks in from 30 seconds and lasts for up to 30 minutes. Crowned World’s Hottest Chilli in 2007 by Guinness Book of Records but later overtaken by the Carolina Reaper in 2013.
WARNING! These chillies are extremely hot and should be handled with care. Do not consume whole, ensure gloves are worn when handling either the seeds or fruits, avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas and thoroughly wash hands after handling. Keep away from children and pets. These chillies should be avoided if you are pregnant, have asthma, heart condition, skin allergies or digestive sensitivities.