Saturday, February 19, 2011

Hotter than infinity chilli pepper..............................

'It is strange that the Fire Foods owner actually grew the world’s hottest chilli by accident.'..........Give me a flippen break!
One could wonder if whoever calls Guinness First these days has the hottest pepper.

Guinness World Records Limited
3rd Floor, 184-192 Drummond Street, London, NW1 3HP, United Kingdom.

'The Infinity chilli from the U.K. is the world's hottest pepper'.....Probably a bunch of bull!

The Naga Viper pepper is an unstable three way hybrid cross chili pepper created in England by British chilli farmer, Gerald Fowler of The Chilli Pepper Company.
Another recent 'hottest'.

Here is a list of seeds, and you know your getting what you pay for:

pepper seed pictureAji Chombo

Aji Chombo (Panamanian Habanero) The Aji Chombo is a red elongated habanero type from the Country of Panama located in Central America. Very hot and used in most spicy Panamanian dishes. Very rare. A sauce maker in Florida uses this chile in all her specialty sauces. This plant is a good producer of multiple pods and easy to grow.
To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Buy aji chombo seeds
yellow bhut jolokia pepper seeds
Yellow Bhut Jolokia The Yellow Bhut Jolokia is a natural variant of the Red Bhut Jolokia. Now some honesty. There are seed sellers that are running around saying this is as hot as a Bhut Jolokia. I had these tested and heat levels came in between 250,000 and 400,000 Scoville units. Now you might be saying wow thats a whole lot lower than the Bhut Jolokia. Not really. Very few Bhut pods test over 1,000,000. Most Bhut Jolokia average between 300,000 and 800,000 Scoville units. One pepper did top over 1,000,000 for new record but that is not the norm. Still former Record Holder Red Savina never duplicated it's over 500,000 record either. Now this pepper is hotter than Fatalii or Devil's Tongue Yellow. And it does have a Bhut Jolokia taste but better than the Red version in my opinion. It also produces better. A great tasting chile with great heat. To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Refining fire store
bhut hot pepper seeds
Chocolate Bhut Jolokia The Chocolate Bhut Jolokia is a natural variant of the Bhut Jolokia. It became available to the public in 2008 through Frontal Agritech Assam, India. It has the heat level of a Red Bhut Jolokia but also has a sweet undertone. One of the most delicious Superhot chiles I have ever tasted. This species does not germinate as easy as the normal Bhut Jolokia and can take up to 6 weeks. So if your a novice grower better to try something else. If you grow in a heated seed try grow by itself because other seeds will sprout first and then you will be removing clear humidity cover before your Chocolate Bhut Jolokia sprouts.To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Chocolate Bhut Jolokia at the Refining fire store

pinqiunta seeds
Pinquita De Mono Pinquita De Mono-(Capsicum annum)-This is claimed to be the hottest Aji pepper. It is a capsicum annum type from Peru. It comes from the region close to Lima. It has an excellent flavor. Some say one of the best annum types that they have tasted besides the Tepin. A very good producer it grows into a small low lying bush. Peppers are conical in shape and mature from green to dark red. A company named Organic Originals makes a great Private Reserve Hot Sauce out of this pepper. I supply them.Capsicum annum pepper seeds at the Refining fire store
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Ecuadorian Devil's Breath-(Capsicum chinense)-This hot chinense variety claims to be the hottest Ecuador has to offer. Pods are prolific and heat is high. Flavor is like most chinense a little fruity. These seed packets are a mixture of the Red and rare Orange variety. And yes both taste different. So plant them and see if you get both! Plants get over a meter tall. Pods mature from green to orange or red.To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Ecuadorian Devil's Breath pepper seeds at the Refining fire store
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Trinidad 7 Pot Douglah (chocolate 7 Pot) Chocolate version of Trinidad 7 Pot with a sweeter flavor but just as hot! Called Douglah because in Trinidad a mixed race person is called Douglah. People in Trinidad are from Indies, Africa and Latin America. This pepper is equal if not hotter than the Bhut Jolokia. It has ripping heat so be careful.
To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Refining fire store

Trinidad 7 Pot Jonah strain The Trinidad 7 Pot Jonah is a larger plant that produces larger 7 Pot strain pods. A more fruity flavor than the standard 7 Pot and slightly higher heat. The peppers mature from light green to red. Surface of pods are pimply and lumpy with some even growing little Scorpion tails. No doubt in my mind that Scorpions and 7 Pots are related. We believe this pepper consistently has higher average heat levels than the Ghost chile. To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Trinidad 7 Pot Jonah strain Pepper seeds

Roatan Pumpkin Habanero-(Capsicum chinense)-This chile comes from Roatan
Island off the coast of Honduras. Pods are wrinkled and ribbed and have
a pumpkin look to them. They have a nice orange color and get rather
large. The plants are heavy producers so staking plant may be necessary.
This chile has above average habanero heat with nice fruity taste. Pods
mature from light green to dark orange. To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Roatan Pumpkin Habanero pepper seeds at the Refining fire store


Red Fatalii:Fatalii Red-(Capsicum chinense)-The Fatalii Red is the red version of
the Yellow Fatalii from central Africa. It has more of a bite than it's
Yellow relative and pods tend to be shorter in length. Since this
variety mutated from the Yellow variety occasionally you will get some
Yellow Pods. Pods mature from medium green to dark red. Great for
sauces. It is very prolific so be prepared to have lots of chiles. To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Red Fatalii strain | Pepper seeds

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Devil's Tongue Red Capsicum chinense)-The original Devil's Tongue is a Yellow variety
developed by an Amish farmer in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.. Later on a red
variety emerged. It has a higher heat level than it's Yellow relative
and a totally different flavor. Pods also get wider and larger with a
thicker skin. Like the fatalii red this chile came from it's Yellow
relative. So sometimes will produce Yellow pods and even chocolate pods.
Pods mature from light green to dark red and can get up to 3 inches
long. Heat level between 250,000-500,000 Scoville units.To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Red Devil's Tongue | Pepper seeds
yellow devil tounge pepper seeds
Devil's Tongue (yellow variety): (Capsicum chinense)-The Devil's Tongue is a chile developed by an Amish
farmer in Pennsylvania during the 1990’s. Similar to size, color and
shape of Fatalii. But skin is smoother and chile is smaller. It has a
higher heat level than Fatalii and more sweet fruity flavor while
Fatalii is more citrus. Pods mature from green to bright yellow. Plant
is an abundant producer.To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Devil's Tongue (yellow variety)| Pepper seeds

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Ugandan Red Habanero: This elongated variety comes from the country of Uganda, Africa. In my
opinion one of the hottest and most flavorful Red habanero types from
the continent of Africa. Seeds are rare. It matures from light green to
dark red. Plants get about a meter tall and are very prolific. Flavor is
slightly fruity. If you like habanero types then this is a great one
for you garden.To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Ugandan Red Habanero| Pepper seeds

moruga pepper
Moruga Scorpion The Morouga Scorpion is named after the South East region of Trinidad.
It is not related to the Morouga red which is a small red Habanero type.
It gets a small tail or nipple and has a slight Scotch Bonnet shape. northern ca contractor
Closely related to the Trinidad 7 Pot it’s skin has a rough surface that
looks like the texture of a human brain. Unlike the 7 pot the pods are
consistent in shape and size. It may have a higher heat level than the
traditional Red Trinidad Scorpion. Cut one open and see the hot
capsaicin oil sweat out right before your eyes!To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Refining fire store

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Orange Scorpion Orange Scorpion-(Capsicum chinense)-This chile was found in a field of scorpions by a European grower in 2007. Not a true Scorpion but most
likely is a cross between a Congo and a Scorpion. It has a nice heat and
Scorpion flavor. Pods get slightly wrinkled and some get a pointy end
like a Scorpion but most will look more like a Congo pepper. Flavor of
this chile is fantastic. If you love the Congo peppers but want a
different type of taste and more heat this is it. Plants get over a
meter tall and are heavy producers. Pods mature from light green to
light orange and can get over 2 inches in diameter. This species also
gets a lighter green foliage so don't be afraid to give it more
nutrients. To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Orange Scorpion hot pepper seeds
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Congo Yellow The Congo Yellow Trinidad is a very large habanero type. Pepper pods mature from green to yellow and if left to ripen longer get slightly orange.The peppers can get as big as 1/2 ounce
just like the Congo Red and Congo Black. They have a slight
smoky/fruity flavor and average around 150,000-300,000 Scoville units of
heat. Plants get to be over a meter tall and produce so many pods they
may need to be staked. If you like the other Congo Peppers than you will
like this one too! To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Congo Yellow Trinidad Hot Pepper Seeds
cardi cardi 7 pot The rare and elusive Trinidad 7 Pot Chile Pepper is now slowly making itself known to chile heads around the world. Pure seeds are very hard to find. Seed sources are often overseas and can you run into very high prices for them. The Trinidad 7 Pot or Trinidad 7 Pod has been rumored to have as much heat as the World Famous Bhut Jolokia, considered by some as the hottest chile in the world! It is called the 7 Pot because it is rumored that one pepper can add heat and flavor to 7 pots of stew!!! If you can get past the heat it has a kind of fruity flavor. These seeds are the CARDI SR strain of 7 Pot which has a rough pimply texture on the outer skin.To Buy any of these pepper seeds go to the store Trinidad 7 Pot Chile Hot Pepper SeedsGO BACK TO PEPPER SEED LIST(TOP)More Pepper seeds
blackhab | pepper seeds
Black Habanero 10+ seeds
A new chile grown for 2010 that is not amongst the hottest but may be one of the tastiest. It was originally developed by a European grower that crossed a Clavo with a chocolate habanero. A Clavo is a more milder version of the Fatalii. These peppers mature from light green to a dark brown. They are between 2-6 inches long and resemble a mini-Anaheim or Big Jim. Heat level is like a medium chinense variety. They get big enough to stuff!! Plant is a heavy producer of multiple peppers, so much so you might have to stake it to keep branches from breaking! Flavor is rich almost raisin like. What this pepper lacks in heat it more than makes up for with production and flavor!

Black Habanero pepper seeds

black stinger pepper seeds
Black Stinger-(Capsicum chinense)-A very hot smaller Chocolate habanero type that has a short little stubby tail or stinger. Has kind of a nutty flavor and plants produce well. Plants grow to just under one meter tall. Pods mature from green to dark brown. If you like growing the chocolate habanero you will like this one. It has plenty of Heat!!
Black Stinger pepper seeds
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Grow Infinity chilli peppers.

If you are going to take the plunge into growing your own hot peppers, you might well want to consider including other ingredients you will need for salsas and sauces, including tomatoes, onions, and sweet peppers.

Have you ever seen recipes for homemade salsa? They certainly do look fresh and tasty. More and more people are discovering how easy it is to make their own tasty condiments, right at home! Another option would be to get into the habit of preparing your own hot sauces, of which there are many varieties ranging from Asian to Louisiana and Mexican. Before on embarking on this particular culinary adventure, it would be a good idea to familiarize yourself with the method of measuring hotness, known as the scoville scale. And no hot sauce would be the same without the addition of jalapenos, as many as you can stand.

If you are going to take the plunge into growing your own hot peppers, you might well want to consider including other ingredients you will need for salsas and sauces, including tomatoes, onions, and sweet peppers.

A good gardening guide (check out the offerings at your local public library before you purchase one) will give you an idea of what types of vegetables would grow well in your geographic region. You will also need to consider how large a garden you will plant, which will depend in part on how much time you have to devote to your hobby.

Another factor in deciding what and how much to plant is the amount of space you need to leave between the different types of vegetables. The Internet is a great source of information about gardening, and you may have some friends or relatives who are avid gardeners who may be able to give you some assistance in this matter. A garden center will be able to provide you with the necessary gardening tools and fertilizer.

One thing you will also want to take into consideration is how many vegetables your garden is likely to yield. You might end up with a lot more vegetables than you were originally planning on. Not to worry, though: your friends, family, and co workers will have reap the benefits of your gardening efforts when you share your bounty with them. Another option is to donate extra vegetables to a food bank, shelter, or church organization.

Once you get to the point where you are ready to harvest your veggies, you can check out some yummy salsa recipes to try. If you find one that you particularly like, don''t be shy about making some changes to the recipe to really make it your own. A slight change in the combination of seasonings and types of peppers will make the basic salsa recipe into your own creation. Some people have even taken the additional step of starting their own business selling their wares at flea markets, fairs, and to local grocers. If you were to market your foodstuffs online, you could well end up having customers from any place in the world!
Gregg Hall is an author living in Navarre Beach, Florida. Find more about this as well as a hot sauce at

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Green Chilles

Two New Green Chile Pepper Varieties Developed at Chile Pepper Institute in Las Cruces, N.M.
Las Cruces, Dubbed Chile Capital of the World, Boasts Rich Culinary History that Makes the City a Tourism Hot Spot

Las Cruces, NM (Vocus/PRWEB ) October 15, 2008 -- Washington has its apples, Idaho has its potatoes, Florida has its oranges and New Mexico has its chile. Contributing more than $300 million annually to the state's economy, chile is a niche crop that shows no sign of loosing popularity or heat. In fact, the New Mexico Chile Pepper Institute (CPI), located in the city of Las Cruces in southern New Mexico, has recently developed improvements to two popular varieties of chile peppers -- the NuMex Heritage Big Jim and NuMex Heritage 6-4.

The new varieties were developed in response to concerns from local growers that the current green chile varieties were loosing flavor. The research and work at the CPI resulted in numerous improvements that include 20 percent more flavor compounds than the old Big Jim and 6-4 varieties, and will produce a better yield for farmers. Seeds for the improved varieties will be available in January 2009.

About the Chile Pepper Institute

The CPI is part of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics at New Mexico State University and provides the latest research-based information on chile for growers and processors. Founded in 1992, the CPI is dedicated to educating the world on chile, preserving wild and domestic chile species and disseminating the latest research on chile growing, preserving and disease and pest prevention. For visitors, the CPI also includes the Chile Pepper Institute Chile Shop, which features a large selection of seeds, books, posters and other merchandise for purchase.

Among some of the research conducted at the institute was the discovery of the world's hottest chile pepper. Paul Bosland, co-founder and director of the CPI, was responsible for finding the world's hottest chile pepper, the Bhut Jolokia, and in the fall of 2006, the Guinness Book of Records confirmed Bosland's discovery. Whereas a typical New Mexico green chile contains about 1,500 Scoville Heat Units (SHU) and an average jalapeno measures at about 10,000 SHUs, the Bhut Jolokia, at 1,001,304 SHUs, is nearly twice as hot as Red Savina, the chile pepper variety it replaced as the world's hottest. Discoveries like these are not rare for the CPI. The record-holder for the world's largest chile pepper is a specimen of the 'NuMex Big Jim' variety that was developed in 1975. The record-holder was grown near Hatch, but the variety was developed at the institute. More information about the CPI can be found at

More About Chile in Las Cruces

As a tourism destination, Las Cruces truly offers something for everyone, ranging from the chile connoisseur to the avid adventurer. The question "red or green?" may conjure up images of traffic lights, but in Las Cruces it is an essential question that fires up one's appetite. Local cuisine would not be complete without chile, and Las Cruces is home to a plethora of traditional restaurants that offer authentic New Mexican cuisine, featuring red or green chile for those that can stand the heat.

In addition, each year hundreds of visitors flock to the region for the famed Hatch Chile Festival to sample some of the best chile around. The annual festival began more than 35 years ago in nearby Hatch, located approximately 40 miles north of Las Cruces, by local chile farmers as a celebration of the fall chile harvest. Today, people from around the country come to the festival to get their fresh green chile supply for the winter.

Las Cruces is also home to other chile destinations, including the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum, where visitors can experience a tour of the museum and even learn about chile hands-on by taking a salsa-making class, the U-Pick Garden at Lyle's Family Farms and the Biad Chili Company, where special tours are conducted by appointment to see first-hand how chile goes from the fields to the stores.

To the unfamiliar tongue and untrained nose, chile may appear to be just another vegetable. With one trip to Las Cruces, visitors will soon learn that chile is more than a condiment; it is a cultural and culinary symbol. For more information on Las Cruces and its chile offerings and events, visit, or contact Chris Faivre of the Las Cruces Convention & Visitors Bureau at (575) 541-2150 or

Nestled in the Mesilla Valley between the Rio Grande River and Organ Mountains, Las Cruces, New Mexico is quickly becoming a popular southwestern destination. Visitors can experience 72 holes of spectacular year-round golf and world-class Mexican food. Las Cruces blends a unique variety of special events, attractions, culture and historical sites, as well as superb weather, with 350 days of sunshine per year. For more information on all Las Cruces has to offer, contact the Las Cruces Convention & Visitors Bureau at (575) 541-2150 or visit
Posted by Richard Nibbler a

Bhut Jolokia and Infinity chilli pepper grown

on the same block in the UK.
A UK.gardener growing Bhut Jolokia - world's hottest chilli

London, Oct 20 (PTI) A Wales horticulturist is growing the world's hottest chilli -- Bhut Jolokia, found in north-east India, and hopes to to offer it for sale from next year.
"The Bhut Jolokia chilli, also known as the Ghost Chilli, grows naturally in Bangladesh, north-eastern India and Sri Lanka," said the gold-medal winning horticulturist Medwyn Williams from Llanfairpwll in north Wales.

The Bhut Jolokia is more than three times the previous hottest chilli. The Guinness World Records confirmed it as the hottest chilli in the world last year, replacing the Red Savina.

Delighted to grow the chilli but refusing to try it, the north Wales gardener who has won 10 gold medals at the Royal Chelsea Show said: "Tests showed the chilli has a Scoville scale reading of more than one million, three times the reading of the Savina chilli." Williams warns that one has to be careful while handling the deep red or orange chillies which has a knobbly texture which is oily to the touch.

"After touching the plant and taking out the seeds once I was not careful enough in washing my hands and I just touched my eyes and the really stung. Anyone eating one would need a lot of milk to line the stomach," said Williams. PTI
Malaysian Goronong<-- Malaysian Goronong
Refining fire chiles hot pepper seed sale..........featuring viable, exotic pepper seeds from around the world including ghost pepper seeds(bhut jolokia). Jim Duffy has proven to be the best source in the United States for both live plants and viable seeds. Plants are raised hydroponically in San Diego California. Pepper seed purchases help youth groups as well.

Below is the most diverse variety of hot pepper seeds we have found on the web.

Contact Jims phone# : 619-504-9777 Jims e-mail :

Seed Prices Subject to change a few cents.

trinidad 7trinidad scorpion|ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed saleTrinidad 7 pot and Trinidad scorpion: 10 seeds for $8[ghost pepper]

ghost pepper seedsBhut Jolokia(ghost pepper seeds)are 10 seeds for $8 or 25 seeds for $12.ghost pepper seed sale1

naga morich Naga Morich seeds:
are 10 seeds for $8 or 25 seeds for $12.ghost pepper seed sale1

Malaysian GoronongMalaysian Goronong: Most likley the only habanero from Malaysia/Indonesia. Bright yellow/orange pods that have the most odd shapes. Flavor is sweet and hot! Currently the only source of these in the United States and the only source we could find on the web. 10 seeds for $10.ghost pepper seed sale1

Contact Jims phone# : 619-504-9777 Jims e-mail :

ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed saleJamaican Chocolate Habanero:The hottest and most flavorful of all the brown chocolate habaneros.ghost pepper seed sale1

ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed saleCongo Black-A larger Chocolate Habanero from Trinidad: Easy to grow.ghost pepper seed sale1

savina|pepperRed Savina Habanero:Former world record holder for heat. The ghost pepper is now the world record holder for heat.ghost pepper seed sale1

hot pepper seed saleAntilles Carribbean Habanero: This Habanero type has a slight fruity flavor and sweet taste. My opinion the most flavorful Red type.ghost pepper seed sale1

ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed sale|sunchileBig Sun or Yellow Sun Habanero: Huge bright yellow pods that have a nice fruity undertone. Related to Congo Yellow from Trinidad. My favorite Yellow habanero type for flavor.ghost pepper seed sale1

ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed saleWest Indies Habanero: The most aromatic of the Caribbean habaneros. Plant gets full of pods. Hot as a Red Savina!ghost pepper seed sale1

white hab|ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed saleYucatan White Habanero-Hot as Red savina, but slight smoky flavor. Plant produces an abundance of pods.ghost pepper seed sale1

fatali pepperFatalii-Yellow Citrus flavored Central African Habanero type. Pods are long and plant gets full of them. One of Jims favorites.ghost pepper seed sale1

ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed saleSafi Red Scotch - Hot Scotch Bonnet type from West Africa. Dark red and more heat than its relative in Jamaica.ghost pepper seed sale1

scotch bonnet|ghost pepper seedsJamaican Scotch Bonnet-The most famous Caribbean habanero. These seeds are true Scotch Bonnet.ghost pepper seed sale1

hot pepper seed sale red mushroomJamaican Red Mushroom-Huge Mushroom shaped pods. Heat is not as hot as others but flavor is fruity and nutty. Can get big enough to stuff!ghost pepper seed sale1

ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed saleCaribbean Red Habanero- A very hot Caribbean type. Similar flavor to Orange habanero.ghost pepper seed sale1

redroco|hot pepper seed saleRed Rocoto capsicum pubescens species from Andes Mountains, has a slight apple like flavor but very hot.ghost pepper seed sale1

tepin pepperChiltepin-hottest pepper from Northwest Mexico that is not a habanero, small round pods. My variety is the Hermosillo from Sonora. Pods get bigger.ghost pepper seed sale1

ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed saleCongo Trinidad Habanero-Large red globe shaped pods that have lots of flavor and heat.ghost pepper seed sale1

mustard pepper|ghost pepper seeds|hot pepper seed saleMustard Habanero-Very flavorful pods that have strange shapes. No two pods look the same. Colors range from peach to light yellow or mustard color. Very hot origin unknown.ghost pepper seed sale1

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hot pepper seed sale|peri periPeri-Peri or Pili-Pili-A capsicum frutescens variety from South Africa. Also know as the African Birdseye chile. Small reddish orange bird pepper. Used in marinades.ghost pepper seed sale1

cherry pepper seed saleTrinidad Cherry-A hot cherry type from Trinidad. Capsicum annum species medium heat
level.ghost pepper seed sale1

News regarding the Bhut Jolokia:
From Time magazine April 5th, 2010

What They're Weaponizing in India:

The newest addition to India's antiterrorism arsenal is tastier than most. After successful trials in defense labs, India is converting the bhut jolokia-the worlds hottest chile-into hand grenades. Intended to render suspects harmless like tear gas does, the non-toxic bombs have an added bonus, according to R.B. Srivastava, a scientist at the defence research and development organisation:"the grenades' pungent smell can choke terrorists and force them out of there hideouts."

Bhut Jolokia Growers tips:

1 Ghost pepper seeds will sell fast, order yours while they are available.

2 Make sure to plant more seeds than plants you want to grow. As seeds sprout you can pick the more robust plants for pepper production.

3 Be patient.......ghost pepper seeds germinate and sprout slowly.