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November 21, 2009 | 15 Comments » | Topics: main
Here are 10 videos of people getting owned by the Bhut Jolokia, the hottest pepper in the world, which clocks in at over 1 million Scoville units.
There’s a lot of bollocks talked about “the hottest chilli in the world”.
Yes, I understand that Bhut Jolokia currently holds the record, but Dorset Naga, is, apparently a contender.
Having grown both, the taste seemed to be about the same to me (Dorset Naga, hasn’t, I understand, been tested properly, but it’s been bred by an American chap who lives in Dorset – hence the name).
All I know, is that both are HOT! DAMNED HOT!
Oh, and excellent vids, though predictable.
And maybe you could post some tips for maximising capsaicin content during growing……..?
the fifth video is a joke. whoever posted this is clearly incompetent.
Awesome videos!!! A 17 month old toddler eats like 50 of these! Check this out!
The way I’ve found to grow a pepper HOT is to first grow it in warm temps with enough water. As soon as it flowers start reducing water and by the time the pepper is ripe it should be growing in pretty dry and hot conditions. This way the plant gets lots of leaves and roots so that the peppers get to grow well. You could also pinch off all but 2-3 peppers to let the plant focus its energy on them. Back when I grew peppers I consistently grew super hot cayenne and habanero. Tons of flavor and heat. Just be sure to not let the plant wilt.
This chilli is awesome – I love it – if you want to make your own Bhut Jolokia Chilli Sauce – you can try this recipe here:
Damn hot but I like it, small piece at once haha, or you can die with it 😀
yo quiero un chile de esos aqui en mexico no hay quien me envia 1 ponga aqui su correo para ponernos de acuerdo gracias