Sunday, October 23, 2016

Dorset Naga – The world’s hottest chilli pepper

Dorset Naga – The world’s hottest chilli pepper


The world’s hottest chilli pepper, the Dorset Naga, will be available in 10g sachets containing up to three tiny fruits, at a price of 89p.
worlds hottest pepper Dorset Naga   The world’s hottest chilli pepper

Red hot: The notorious Dorset Naga, which is being launched across the UK by Tesco

The Dorset Chilli is something only absolute connoisseurs of very hot food and those with asbestos-lined stomachs should even consider trying.

However, that said, there are an increasing number of chilli heads as they are officially known, that not only savour but endorse these tiny vegetables as being beneficial in helping sweat out the bodys toxins.

We trialled them in our test kitchens and even the hardest blokes in our team were brought to their knees.

Anyone brave enough to try the Dorset Chilli will definitely be yelling “Ooh argh”

The tiny ingredient was recently used to make the worlds hottest curry, a Bollywood Burner in a London restaurant.

In the past we used to primarily stock chilli peppers in areas where there was a large Afro-Caribbean or Asian community but nowadays we sell them in stores right across Britain.The Dorset Naga will be sold in 10g sachets which contain up to three chillis.

They cost 89p per sachet.


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3 Comments to “Dorset Naga – The world’s hottest chilli pepper”

  • Yes these are Hot, but the hottest is the Naga Jolokia, as stated in the heat table and guiness world records

  • The reigning champion of all spicy peppers is now the mouth-burning menace known by the name of Trinidad Scorpion Butch T. It is a specific strain of Trinidad Scorpion (so named because the end of the pepper resembles a scorpions stinger) developed by Butch Taylor, the owner of a hot sauce company. Grown in Australia, the world record was set by this pepper at almost 1.5 million SHUs.

    The Trinidad Scorpion Butch T ranges in color from red to yellow to orange and is so volatile that to even handle it, protective gloves are needed. Exposure of the peppers juice to the eyes can cause temporary blindness. When these peppers are prepared, a mask or body suit needs to be worn in order to protect against the highly potent fumes that are given off while it is cooking. This is not a pepper recommended to eat straight for even the hardiest of chili pepper aficionados.

    There are many other peppers which, while not the hottest peppers out there, are still pretty intimidating to the average person (or even the average pepper lover). The habanero, the Scotch bonnet and the Datil pepper are just a few famous names. While not everyone may be ready to take on the challenge of putting one of the more potent peppers into their mouth, there are plenty of less-intense options for those who wish to explore the diversity of these healthy and deliciously spicy vegetables.

  • I do not see the TEPIN on the list it is by far the hottest, you let them dry out and you can not even boil a few without clearing out a house full of people because of their lungs burning from the fumes.

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