Super Naga Chilli £1 @ Tesco
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Super Naga Chilli £1 @ Tesco

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Found 1st Aug 2013
You want the hottest chillies you can get without ordering from some weird website.

Well I have had this before and it is the hottest chilli I have had to date.

DO NOTE they are moving fast and some have more than others in. I picked up one with 4 in

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location and link to product please OP

Original Poster

Dudley Tesco and http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=274324290&sc_cmp=aff_1018132


or dailymail.co.uk/fem…tml

super naga means super dragon.

qqq_43

super naga means super dragon.

possibly due to the dragon breathing fire? but yes Naga means Dragon in Japanese

Will try these, as i have to put 2 or 3 whole bonnets in my chilli con carne now just to tate.

There is little worse than
a gob full of hot chilli.

hooooooooooot

love naga it also has a very pleasatn smell to it aswell

Toilet roll in the fridge as a precaution

Afraid this isn't the hottest anymore, Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Blend knocked it off a while ago.

dfarrall

Afraid this isn't the hottest anymore, Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Blend … Afraid this isn't the hottest anymore, Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Blend knocked it off a while ago.


and where do you get those without ordering from some strange website?

Hot - after chopping this, remember to wash your hands very well before going to the bathroom

Love nagas, not only hot but have a very distinct taste.

Banned

Razorback

Hot - after chopping this, remember to wash your hands very well before … Hot - after chopping this, remember to wash your hands very well before going to the bathroom

made that mistake before, great balls of fire

qqq_43

super naga means super dragon.



Naga is actually an Indian word meaning naked!

Japanese flag springs to mind!

gluke21

There is little worse thana gob full of hot chilli.



How about a bumhole
full of hot Naga?

brilly

and where do you get those without ordering from some strange website?



Grow your own

Brilliant deal!

These things are ace, and where I live (allbeit abroad) they sell for about 10 little peppers eight Euro.

These are so much better than the dried imported ones. HOT

If you have never had these before, and intend on trying them raw, I suggest you have a large tub of ice-cream at the ready. If you think a jalepeno is hot don't bother with these, you will cry like a baby for about 20 minutes.
Heat added, although not necessary!!

In work we sometimes make red sundried tomato pesto with a few of these mixed in.

Amazing food!

dfarrall

Afraid this isn't the hottest anymore, Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Blend … Afraid this isn't the hottest anymore, Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Blend knocked it off a while ago.



Try the Carolina reaper
It is THE HOTTEST in the world!!!
Still have some heat

dfarrall

Grow your own


from what? a jalapeno?

You can find them in most Bengali shops in London. Had a few tiny pieces of the flesh in chicken soup last night. Blew my head off. Worse is the tummy ache afters and then even worse later.... Still you haven't lived unless you've tried a naga morris. (morris means chilli in Bengali).

but........but........... couldnt you just eat something...nice?! oO
Hot deal though!

abulkasam

You can find them in most Bengali shops in London. Had a few tiny pieces … You can find them in most Bengali shops in London. Had a few tiny pieces of the flesh in chicken soup last night. Blew my head off. Worse is the tummy ache afters and then even worse later.... Still you haven't lived unless you've tried a naga morris. (morris means chilli in Bengali).




These aren't Naga Jolokia, they are even hotter chili produced in Bedfordshire.


Edited by: "NUMBER8GAMESTER" 4th Aug 2013

redduck

Naga is actually an Indian word meaning naked!


redduck

Naga is actually an Indian word meaning naked!



Actually "Dragon" was pretty close, it means great snake in Sanskrit which is why the multi headed king cobras found in ancient Hindu art from Bombay to Cambodia are called Naga's.

NUMBER8GAMESTER

These aren't Naga Jolokia, they are even hotter chili produced in … These aren't Naga Jolokia, they are even hotter chili produced in Bedfordshire.



So are these..... strange that (_;)

tesco.com/gro…132

Monkeybumcheeks

So are these..... strange that … So are these..... strange that (_;)http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=274324290&sc_cmp=aff_1018132



The point I'm trying to get across is that Bedfordshire Super Naga are't actually available in most Bengali shops in London. Tesco are the only place you can get them on the high street according to the article.
Edited by: "NUMBER8GAMESTER" 2nd Aug 2013

NUMBER8GAMESTER

The point I'm trying to get across is that Bedfordshire Super Naga are't … The point I'm trying to get across is that Bedfordshire Super Naga are't actually available in most Bengali shops in London. Tesco are the only place you can get them on the high street according to the article.

relatively speaking they will both be mega hot and give you burning diarrhea.

abulkasam

relatively speaking they will both be mega hot and give you burning … relatively speaking they will both be mega hot and give you burning diarrhea.



Ten percent difference may not seem like a lot, but that small difference equates to thirty times the strength of a jalapeno.

Is the "3+ Days" a measure of how long it takes, after eating one of these, to stop wishing you were dead?

I'm growing some Jalapeno and Trinidad Scorpions at the moment. All my plants are fruiting. I'm scared to try the scorpions gonna test it on my friend first

NUMBER8GAMESTER

Ten percent difference may not seem like a lot, but that small difference … Ten percent difference may not seem like a lot, but that small difference equates to thirty times the strength of a jalapeno.

does that mean 30% more diarrhea or 30% more burn but the same amount of diarrhea?

Ps I had naga 24 hours ago. My tummys still squirming. That is all.

abulkasam

does that mean 30% more diarrhea or 30% more burn but the same amount of … does that mean 30% more diarrhea or 30% more burn but the same amount of diarrhea?



You can be the tester, get on the Bedfordshire Super Naga tomorrow and let us know!

2nd hottest chilli in the world. Use wisely. Around 3 and half times the heat of a scotch bonnet. Hot

I tried this once... And I made a vow that day!..never again

Hot Need my fix
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