Hot Pepper Bhut Jalokia Red

£2.45

Plants available early April to late July in 9cm Pots

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Description

Scoville Units between 800.000 ~ 1.001.300

This was the hotest Chili in the world up to 2011 so yes it is very very hot in fact just one drop of extract would need 1,000,000 drops of water to no longer perceived has hot being 125 times hotter than a Jalapeno for example shows you just how hot these beasts are, Originating from North East India particularly around the regions of Assam, Nagaland and Manipur, When it became the record breaker it was twice the heat of the previous record holder the Red Savina and was listed in the Guiness Book of Records as the worlds hottest chili , Plants grow up to 120cm the plants love heat and humidty but with a little extra care can be grown cooler Some flower drop is normal in this variety

Use plastic gloves when handling this pepper. Use is entirely at your own risk