Super Super Hot Peppers
In 2005, while working at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Horticulture Department, Primo developed the “7 Pot Primo,"™ arguably (and controversially) the hottest pepper in the world! At an average face-melting 1.5 million Scoville heat units, one 7 Pot Primo™ pepper is 300 times hotter than a Jalapeño! Over the years, Primo’s pepper creations have gained worldwide notoriety and an international cult following
Bhut Jolokai "Ghost"
HOT HOT HOT. At 1,000,000 Scoville, this pepper is one of the hottest heirloom peppers in the world. Plants will produce large amounts of medium-sized, cone-shaped peppers, that will begin green then turn slowly to brown than bright red. WARNING we are not responsible for any damage caused by this pepper, you have been warned that it is dangerously hot. The pepper has smoky and floral notes and is known for its use in Indian cuisine where the pepper first originated
Believed to be the hottest pepper in the world. For those extreme pepper eaters, Carolina Reaper is a must. These devious little peppers are fiery red with a little scythe shaped tail at the base of many fruit, hence the name reaper. The heat rating on these monsters can be over 1,500,000 Scovilles; in comparison the spicy habanero is a mere 100,000 Scovilles!
Cherry Cream Jolokia
This pepper is remarkably like a red ghost pepper, but it is slightly fatter and a little smoother. This beautiful bright red pepper is slightly bumpy and has some wrinkles. The pods are about two to three inches long and about 1.5 inches wide. This pepper ripens from a light green to a light orange then slowly to a bright red. The foliage on this plant is green with green stems and white flowers. This variety is a huge producer of peppers and may need support. The pods are very tasty with a hint of red pepper, floral, and fruitiness. This pepper has a super-hot spiciness level of about 900,000 Scoville unit