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Alex de Wit

Trinidad Scorpion Chilli Worlds Hottest Chilli / Chili / Chile

21/03/2011

NEW NEW NEW Hottest Chilli in the World Trinidad Scorpion Butch T variety

Measuring a staggering 1,463,700 Scoville Units of heat!!

After one year of development from chilli seed to full plant and fruiting we now can introduce to you the new hottest chilli in the world.

Grown in Australia from seeds originating from Trinidad and supplied by the Hippy Seed Company and grown by the Chilli Factory, this hottest chilli in the world has been developed and grown as a team work effort with participation from the following people and companies:

- The Hippy Seed company who supplied the seeds of this chilli to the Chilli Factory

- Mark Peacock who helped with the growing process and provided adcie about diseases and  fertilisers - (Mark is a graduate of Horticultural Science from the University of Sydney).

- The Chilli Factory is the grower of the new hottest chilli in the world

(and is already growing the Jolokia Chilli, formerly the hottest chilli in the world for the past 5 years).

 To read the full story please click here:

Alex de Wit

Comment on Trinidad Scorpion Chilli Worlds Hottest Chilli / Chili / Chile

Comments

I would like to know if you sell the seeds of this hot chilli as my wife to be will coming here to live with me this year from China and she loves very hot chilli and I would love to grow some for her.
Thank-you
I love your chilli products,
Stephen Masters

Stephen Masters

28/03/2011

Hi Stephen,

no we only selling suaces... for this seed check out: www.thehippyseedcompany.com
Neil is more than happy to help you!!
Alex

Alex de Wit

29/03/2011

Just made a batch of jerky using the Trinidad Scorpion Chilli. Very nice, mates love it.

Paul Anderson

21/02/2012

A great taste sensation, guaranteed to bring back the colour to your cheeks. Going in, and out!!! I love it. Ray the Magpie

Ray Mellross

14/07/2012