The World's Hottest Pepper

2013 Top 5 Hottest peppers in the World

8 September 2013 | No Comments »

2013 Top 5 Hottest peppers in the World

World’s Hottest Pepper is the Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Blend, but it has yet to be acnowledged by the guinness book of world records. Presently there are some hot peppers that you may not even be able to distinguish from the others…HOT IS HOT!

It takes a skilled pallet to judge the heat units of the hottest pepper in the world. THis is why the Heat Tests are done using the Scoville scale or Scoville units to measure the heat properties.

The Hottest Peppers in the World List:

1. Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Blend (Moruga Scorpion) 2,009,231 SHU
2. 7 Pod Douglah (7 Pot Douglah, Chocolate 7 Pod) 1,853,936 SHU
3. Trinidad Scorpion Butch T 1,463,700 SHU
4. Naga Viper 1,349,000 SHU
5. 7 Pod Varieties (Red Giant, Barrackpore, SR Strain, Primo, Jonah, Brain Strain, Yellow) 1,000,000 – 1,300,000 SHU Barrackpore

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The Hottest Chilli in the World 2012

8 November 2012 | No Comments »

Trinidad Moruga Scorpion – The Hottest Chilli in the World 2012

The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion is one of those super hot chile varieties. There are none more mouth burning, sweat inducing, eye burning, hand tingling than the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, officially the New Hottest Pepper In the World..

Trinidad Moruga Scorpion breed is said to be the hottest in the world. The averate Scoville unit score was more than 1.2 million units, while peppers from some individual plants reached 2 million Scoville units on the heat scale which breaks all previous records.

 

Image of Trinidad Moruga Scorpion found on Google

Trinidad Scorpion Butch T

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On June 4 2011, the Guinness Book Of World Records updated and acknowledged the Trinidad Scorpion “Butch T” as the hottest pepper in the world.

A laboratory test done in March of 2011 measured a specimen of Trinidad Scorpion “Butch T” at 1,463,700 Scoville units, officially becoming it the hottest pepper in the world.  The heat of a chili pepper can vary by up to a factor of 10+, depending on the conditions the specimen grew in…including temperature, moisture and fertilizer.

 

How To Growing Hot Chili Peppers from Seed

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How To Growing Hot Chili Peppers from Seed

Place your hot chilli pepper seeds a seed tray that has been filled with dampened soil. Try to use just one hot pepper seed per seedling plug. The hot pepper seeds should be no deeper that one inch and no shallower that 1 millimeter. Maintaining moist soil is crucial during hot pepper seed germination. Seed trays hold in the moisture and watering is usually not needed until after the seed becomes a pepper plant . Once the seeds germinate, you can introduce a light source to them.

Either keep your hot chilli pepper seedlings in a lit window or place under a neon light to encourage quality growth.  Re-pot the plants once they are actively growing.  The size of the pot may vary, but keep in mind that the idea is to allow the roots to grow stress free.

The pepper plants carry both sexes, therefore there are no weeding out the males or females.  Each flowering art of the plant is where the both male and female sex organs are found, causing a self polination that ensures the plant to produce fruit…in this case the world’s hottest chilli pepper!

The natural light cycle will cause theplants to flower automatically…or you can force the  flowering by feeding the hot pepper plant with flowering fertilizer that is high in phosporous and by limiting the daily light cycle to 12 hours.

Grow the world’s hottest peppers today!

Trinidad Morgua Scorpion

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Trinidad Morgua Scorpion

Do you know what hot really is?  Well think again… The 2 Million SHU Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper Is the World’s Hottest!

 The Trinidad Morgua Scorpion tops at over two million SHU and has just been called the world’s hottest pepper.

The Trinidad Morgua Scorpion topped more than 1.2 million Scoville units (he heat of a chili is measured by Scoville heat units) with some of the individual peppers reaching more than 2 million Scoville units. In comparison to a jalapeno pepper, just rated at about 5000 Scoville units.