New – World’s Hottest Chilli.
The Bhut Jolokia (A.K.A. Naga Jolokia) was officially measured at over one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU) in 2006 and replaces the Red Savina Habanero (557,000 SHU, measured in 1994) as the current record holder. Please note that, unlike the other loose dried chillies on this page, these chillies are imported by us from Assam, India.
These chillies are very, very, very hot. We recommend taking precautions when handling them: wear gloves at all times when handling and wear a dust/vapour mask if you are grinding (particularly if you use a pestle and mortar) or rehydrating and reducing to a paste. See our Chilli Handling kit on our gifts page. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with water and seek medical advice.
Being three times hotter than an Orange Habanero, our suggestion for cooking with these chillies is to use a small amount, very finely ground (dry or rehydrated and reduced to a paste). As a rough guide, try ¼ of a pod per person for a hot dish.
If you want to try these chillies as a sauce, please see our Bhut Jolokia sauce in our new 'Extreme' range.
10g Bag (about 7 pods). Heat: 10/10.
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