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Comes With An Health Warning! Beware!!

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Worlds Hottest Chilli.
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Worlds Hottest Chilli.
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Or maybe not, there's the Naga Viper which is a serious contender...
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"I was doubled over in pain four hours later"

He could've saved himself a lot of bother with poly tunnels and the like by just buying oysters from Waitrose.
#4
id have a bite for a fiver hahaha
#5
I love the Dorset Nagas myself, but I have to dilute their strength with scotch bonnets when ever I make a relish or sauce with them. Only ever eaten a raw one once (actually a quarter of one) it felt like someone had set a thousand fires in my mouth. Then I started salivating and my mouth went numb. It looked like I was having a stroke and lasted for half an hour, even with copious amounts of water. excellent taste though earthy, with a hint of nettles. X)

Edited By: trog0 on Feb 22, 2011 05:05
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trog0
I love the Dorset Nagas myself, but I have to dilute their strength with scotch bonnets when ever I make a relish or sauce with them. Only ever eaten a raw one once (actually a quarter of one) it felt like someone had set a thousand fires in my mouth. Then I started salivating and my mouth went numb. It looked like I was having a stroke and lasted for half an hour, even with copious amounts of water. excellent taste though earthy, with a hint of nettles. X)

Water wont do any good, would make it worse in fact. Should have drank milk.
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trog0
I love the Dorset Nagas myself, but I have to dilute their strength with scotch bonnets when ever I make a relish or sauce with them. Only ever eaten a raw one once (actually a quarter of one) it felt like someone had set a thousand fires in my mouth. Then I started salivating and my mouth went numb. It looked like I was having a stroke and lasted for half an hour, even with copious amounts of water. excellent taste though earthy, with a hint of nettles. X)
Water wont do any good, would make it worse in fact. Should have drank milk.

Yeah I know, I was at work though and there was no dairy products available. It was fizzy tonic water as well which really didn't help. To be fair I was warned beforehand that it was hot.
I usually have a pot of coleslaw nearby if I'm trying out a new chilli.


Edited By: trog0 on Feb 22, 2011 21:48

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