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HOTTEST CHILLI IN THE WORLD (seeds) - Dorset Naga Chilli £6.00

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20 seeds for £6.00 plus £1.50 delivery. Dorset Naga, measuring about 1,000,000 SHU, is one of the hottest chillies in the world. Its scorching heat is indescribable, and combined with a distinctive…
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20 seeds for £6.00 plus £1.50 delivery.

Dorset Naga, measuring about 1,000,000 SHU, is one of the hottest chillies in the world. Its scorching heat is indescribable, and combined with a distinctive fruity flavour, this chilli will give you an incredible eating experience; but must always be treated with the utmost respect.

The wrinkled, wedge-shaped fruit ripen from green to red, and can be harvested at either stage of maturity. They can be up to 2 to 3 cm wide at the shoulders and 4 to 5 cm long, and are produced on large, late maturing plants that need plenty of space to grow. When grown in pots the fruit can be a lot smaller.
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#1
I can see this getting very HOT
#2
My mate Mikey told me it was a Scotch Bonnet that was the hottest Chilli:-D
#3
I will not be trying these :p
#4
HOT!!!

:thumbsup:
#5
Although I prefer the name Ghost Pepper (feels more appropriate), either way it's worth emphasising the respect thing. You just know that some muppet is going to buy it for somebody to try as a 'joke'. Hospital trips are not a joke, people - this pepper is THAT bad.

WalterSmith
My mate Mikey told me it was a Scotch Bonnet that was the hottest Chilli:-D


It was for a while, but with people deliberately trying to breed them, it's only a matter of time before they get worse. Maybe they should just bottle pure capsaicin for people...
#6
Quietus
Although I prefer the name Ghost Pepper (feels more appropriate), either way it's worth emphasising the respect thing. You just know that some muppet is going to buy it for somebody to try as a 'joke'. Hospital trips are not a joke, people - this pepper is THAT bad.


I've bought it for my Dad for Xmas :-D
#7
Cheaper Option. How about £1.05 for a Litre of Petrol and a Match. Same sort of effect i would imagine!
#8
Didnt hamster lick one of these on Top Gear? :w00t:
#9
WalterSmith
My mate Mikey told me it was a Scotch Bonnet that was the hottest Chilli:-D


Although Scoth Bonnets are from the same family as the Naga (proper name Habanero), they simply don't touch it for heat. If you truly want to taste true Chilli Heat you must try the Naga.

These people sell fresh chillies as well, so get some (the fully ripe red ones) if you haven't got the patience to grow your own.

I'll buy some more, it seems they have dropped their cost of postage.

Heat (sic) added. :thumbsup:
#10
Read about these in the newspaper, back in the summer.
Gonna be growing some next year !
#11
It was for a while, but with people deliberately trying to breed them, it's only a matter of time before they get worse. Maybe they should just bottle pure capsaicin for people...

In which case you need to check out the chilli extracts on http://www.hotsauceemporium.co.uk/list.php?catID=2
#12
WalterSmith
My mate Mikey told me it was a Scotch Bonnet that was the hottest Chilli:-D


tpol
Although Scoth Bonnets are from the same family as the Naga (proper name Habanero), they simply don't touch it for heat. If you truly want to taste true Chilli Heat you must try the Naga.

These people sell fresh chillies as well, so get some (the fully ripe red ones) if you haven't got the patience to grow your own.

I'll buy some more, it seems they have dropped their cost of postage.

Heat (sic) added. :thumbsup:


http://herbsspices.suite101.com/article.cfm/the_hottest_chillie_in_the_world

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1169045/Woman-gobbles-51-worlds-hottest-chillies--rubs-25-eyes-Gordon-Ramsay-watches-horror.html
#13
imortal;6653222
I can see this getting very HOT


It's getting chilli in here :thumbsup:
#14
Hot Deal :evil:
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Johny Cash tried these once & then recorded ' Ring of Fire ' . LOL
#16
Whilst I'm sure this is good for people that want to grow their own and support the farm that these come from, Tesco sell Dorset Nagas now for 79p for a 10g pack! So a cheaper alternative is to buy a pack from Tesco and plant the seeds, although I wonder quite how much of the cash you hand over to Tesco makes its way back to the farmers - who obviously put a lot of time and effort into breeding these beasts.

Just an alternative for those that want to try these muthas without spending £7.50.

http://www.tesco.com/superstore/xpi/9/xpi62066069.htm
#17
They sell these chilis in the tesco extra by me, 79p for 2 chilis. They are ridiculously hot. Make scotch bonnet look like little sissies.
#18
bozwellox
Whilst I'm sure this is good for people that want to grow their own and support the farm that these come from, Tesco sell Dorset Nagas now for 79p for a 10g pack! So a cheaper alternative is to buy a pack from Tesco and plant the seeds, although I wonder quite how much of the cash you hand over to Tesco makes its way back to the farmers - who obviously put a lot of time and effort into breeding these beasts.

Just an alternative for those that want to try these muthas without spending £7.50.

http://www.tesco.com/superstore/xpi/9/xpi62066069.htm


:thumbsup:

I guess go to Tesco if you want a cheap thrill OR buy the seeds if you are actually going to enjoy an ongoing supply of the beasts.
#19
very expensive for seeds, although great that we're promoting growing them.

have a look around, also some chilli growing forum members will send you seeds for nothing.
#20
I grow most of my chillies from seed from the fruit. They sell these chillies in Tesco so might buy a pack and give that a go.
suspended#21
I bought 100 seeds for £5.00 deliverd Ebay

You can get 30 seeds from ebay for £2.00 delivered

20 seeds £1.50 delivered
#22
I cooked a chilli con carne with one of these in it (whole - not even sliced open) and it was HOT. Definitely need to be treated with respect - anyone foolish enough to try proving their manliness by chomping on one of these will regret their actions in a big way. Dorset Naga = 1, Human = 0.
#23
My god what a rip off, this is so expensive. Mine will sell on ebay £2 for 20. Same Chilli, same heat.

Yes it is very very hot but not hospital time, you dont want to eat them raw just hop them up and put them in curry/chilli or my favourite on bread with garlic and cheese then toast it ;) Yum.
#24
I buy the fresh fruit every year from peppers by post, they are flavoursome as well as extremely hot, make my chillis into absolute powerhouses.

Long live Mike and Joy Michaud

Red Savinas were previously the hottest chilli in the world but the naga's kinda smashed that record, bhut jolokia are from the same family but dont have the same fruity taste as the nagas..
#25
jasont87
Didnt hamster lick one of these on Top Gear? :w00t:


I think that was a Dorset Knob he was licking. (A biscuit btw). :whistling:
#26
iggypopshot
I buy the fresh fruit every year from peppers by post, they are flavoursome as well as extremely hot, make my chillis into absolute powerhouses.


Yes this is very true - it's not all about the heat, they add a really nice flavour (and smell) to whatever dish you add them to.
#27
Ratatatatata, you sell Dorset Naga's?
#28
tomob57;6653571
They sell these chilis in the tesco extra by me, 79p for 2 chilis. They are ridiculously hot. Make scotch bonnet look like little sissies.


In which case take some seeds out of them and grow them on!
#29
Are these hotter than 'Daves insanity sauce'? :evil:
#30
I think the Dorset Naga Seeds are only available from peppers by post as they are the "creators" in essence....They also sell the chilli's themselves and loads of other types £2 for around 7/8 fruit.......grown in sunny dorset, by professionals....

God I sound like a ******* commercial....

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suspended#31
My god what a rip off, this is so expensive. Mine will sell on ebay £2 for 20. Same Chilli, same heat.


Just a bit.

Probably Magic seeds!
#32
Iggy. Yes I do mate ;) have cropped around 700-800 this year.
#33
daveo78
Are these hotter than 'Daves insanity sauce'? :evil:


Don't know but I was given some Dave's as a joke, try this it might be too hot for you I was told. Whacked plenty on a piece of bread that I was eating and ate the lot.

Very hot, needed a big drink:?
#34
Re Daves insanity sauce,

That has capsicum essence in it mate, it is kinda hotter but in a synthetic kind of way, this is all strictly natural in the naga......

Still blows you face off!
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#36
PS, did anyone see the indian lassy eat 50 of these badlads in a minute, then rub one in her eyes while Gordon Ramsay gawped at her?!?!?!?!?!?!

Google it, I nearly fainted.
#37
Yeh it is mad, I like heat but cant eat a fresh naga, kills your mouth for hours and hours. you can wash your hands 3-4 times after handling them, lick your fingers and still get chilli heat, lol, use golves !
#38
Re ratatata,

Nice one mate, I am doing the same, but up in Durham in the land that the sun forgot, I cant seem to get them very big, thats why i buy from the machauds, might have to take some advice from you. :O)
#39
daveo78;6653735
Are these hotter than 'Daves insanity sauce'? :evil:




tried that in work with the xxx crisps oh my god I thought I was dying
#40
Oh yes!!! wear rubber gloves, leads to unfortunate crotch scratching related injuries....

First hand experience :o() oooooh!

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