A little bit more about your favorite super hot peppers
Probably the most well known pepper ever. Developed by South Carolina native Ed Currie, these super hot peppers boast the Guinness Book of World Records title as the 'Hottest Pepper on the Planet'. 1.5 Million Scoville Heat Unit Average peaking at 2.4 Million SHU.
Some may argue that this super hot peppers variety is actually hotter than the Carolina Reaper. Be careful with this one as it was originally developed to be a skin anesthetic. Ranges between 1.6 million SHU and 2.48 million SHU average.
A breed of Ghost Pepper that boast a great sweet taste with intense heat. Yields higher than most super hot peppers varieties. Peppers are bright red and glossy. Average Scoville rating of 1.4 million.
These chili peppers originates from the village of Moruga in Trinidad and Tobago. Having a sweet/hot flavor indicative of Caribbean cooking, It is known for its building power. Once referred to as the hottest pepper in the world, it has an average Scoville rating of 1.2 million.
This Super Hot Peppers variety has a Scoville rating of 1.4 million. It boasts high yields and vigorous growth. Peppers are intensely red and deliver a crippling heat.
Both beautiful and Hot! These super hot peppers have it all. Growing a nice dark leave with abundant fruit it is the prettier younger brother of the habanero. Similar in heat but with a black glossy leaf it can just as easily be used as a ornamental basket stuffer.