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Carolina Reaper Curry Ltd Edition £2 each or 3 for £4 at Iceland/Food Warehouse
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Carolina Reaper Curry Ltd Edition £2 each or 3 for £4 at Iceland/Food Warehouse

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Posted 7th Oct

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Carolina Reaper Curries are 3 for £4 at Iceland and The Food Warehouse.
Other flavours are available under the deal.

iceland.co.uk/cam…eek

Credit goes to @proudgace for bringing it to my attention.
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I eat hot food. As a comparison, I would consider a vindaloo mild. I ate this, it wasnt too much of a problem for my mouth. It was the burning stomach pains which got me. I had to voluntarily evacuate myself. My friend turned up just after I had eaten it. He thought i was on drugs. I drove to sainsburys with a spoon so i could eat a family size natural yogurt in the carpark. I don't eat hot food anymore.
Go and have an India meal that as been prepared over 2/3 days with beautiful flavours, and then you will realise that there is no point in eating something this hot.
Seems like it's one of those hot ones which is hot for the sake of it and not tasty.
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Had one of these a couple of weeks ago.

Stupidly hot.
PurplePerson07/10/2019 19:02

Had one of these a couple of weeks ago.Stupidly hot.


Did you eat the chilli?
No, No, No, No. I had a quick taste of the sauce during cooking and decided that wasn't going to happen.
PurplePerson07/10/2019 19:04

No, No, No, No. I had a quick taste of the sauce during cooking and …No, No, No, No. I had a quick taste of the sauce during cooking and decided that wasn't going to happen.


I think I might regret buying 3 then
Tip..

Put toilet paper in the freezer and splash milk on your butt to cool the "after" burn
Go and have an India meal that as been prepared over 2/3 days with beautiful flavours, and then you will realise that there is no point in eating something this hot.
Tbf this was about as hot as black pepper
I eat hot food. As a comparison, I would consider a vindaloo mild. I ate this, it wasnt too much of a problem for my mouth. It was the burning stomach pains which got me. I had to voluntarily evacuate myself. My friend turned up just after I had eaten it. He thought i was on drugs. I drove to sainsburys with a spoon so i could eat a family size natural yogurt in the carpark. I don't eat hot food anymore.
It's a bit misleading because the chilli sat on top of this is a Jinta, not a Carolina Reaper.

The Carolina Reaper part is chilli powder.

I didn't enjoy this at all when it was hot - it was very hard to eat, but I put the leftovers in the fridge and I could taste the actual flavours better cold the next day.

I quite like a Vindaloo, and this is far hotter than that. Closest thing I can describe it to is like eating battery acid - don't know how though as i've never done that.
Bog roll not included!
xdaminis07/10/2019 19:22

Go and have an India meal that as been prepared over 2/3 days with …Go and have an India meal that as been prepared over 2/3 days with beautiful flavours, and then you will realise that there is no point in eating something this hot.



Can we get 3 of them for £4?
Seems like it's one of those hot ones which is hot for the sake of it and not tasty.
devlino07/10/2019 21:44

For £2 it's prob worth a try


£1.33 if you get the deal

And you can mix and match.
The missus really likes the butter chicken.

They also do 2 garlic and coriander naan for 50p which I think is a bargain.
jonny.charles07/10/2019 19:45

I eat hot food. As a comparison, I would consider a vindaloo mild. I ate …I eat hot food. As a comparison, I would consider a vindaloo mild. I ate this, it wasnt too much of a problem for my mouth. It was the burning stomach pains which got me. I had to voluntarily evacuate myself. My friend turned up just after I had eaten it. He thought i was on drugs. I drove to sainsburys with a spoon so i could eat a family size natural yogurt in the carpark. I don't eat hot food anymore.


“ I had to voluntarily evacuate myself”
Had one yesterday, chicken was a weird texture, a bit slimy. Lots of sauce but a lot of oil floating on top. Not much else in there but hot for what it's worth. The chilli on top was not hot at all. Same heat can be achieved by adding Morrison's own make Ghost Chilli sauce to a milder curry (one the missus can also manage). Can also recommend Asda Habanero flakes as a heat-inducing addition to otherwise milder dishes.
Edited by: "scrimpersdelight" 7th Oct
Buy a ton of yogurt to cool it down. Not had one myself but watched my partner struggle to eat the third mouthful of this.... A fascinating study of stubbornness over common sense! He loves hot curries, but this did for him!!!
Extreeeeeeeeme!

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wait for it to hit clearance if you like this crazy chilli no doubt it will go there soon along with the red hot wings and chicken strips.
I wouldn't advice anyone buying 3 of the carolina curry. I do eat hot food but this one is something else. You will not enjoy eating it and you will spend the night in toilet trying to give birth to a Chinese fire dragon
Heat added.........to the deal, not the curry, it's scorchio enough without adding any more heat to that!
Now I can do a phaal with little fuss but a fair bit of sweat. Weapons-grade oral violence is all this is.


How can it be called a curry when there's very little flavour to it, I don't know. It's like a thermonuclear explosion inside your mouth. And yes, I DID eat the chilli - NEVER again.
Edited by: "Toffeehammer" 8th Oct
jonny.charles07/10/2019 19:45

I eat hot food. As a comparison, I would consider a vindaloo mild. I ate …I eat hot food. As a comparison, I would consider a vindaloo mild. I ate this, it wasnt too much of a problem for my mouth. It was the burning stomach pains which got me. I had to voluntarily evacuate myself. My friend turned up just after I had eaten it. He thought i was on drugs. I drove to sainsburys with a spoon so i could eat a family size natural yogurt in the carpark. I don't eat hot food anymore.


I had a similar experience. The curry itself was not that hot, but my stomach was giving me jip all night whilst trying to sleep.
Iceland also do a scarily hot chicken pizza. Very nice taste but it kept getting hotter and hotter with every slice. I dont like being beaten, but I couldn't eat the last slice as my mouth was on fire.
blast7108/10/2019 12:03

Iceland also do a scarily hot chicken pizza. Very nice taste but it kept …Iceland also do a scarily hot chicken pizza. Very nice taste but it kept getting hotter and hotter with every slice. I dont like being beaten, but I couldn't eat the last slice as my mouth was on fire.


Pizzas just have no business being hot. A bit of chili cheese is all the heat pizzas ever need.
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