Bhut Jolokia is the world’s hottest chili. This pepper came from India and known as “Ghost Chili”. The nickname of course caused by a very spicy taste like the devil. The level of spiciness Bhut Jolokia reached 1000 fold compared to an ordinary chili.
Bhut Jolokia spiciness level ever tested in the laboratory by the American Society For Horticultural Science. The size of the level of spiciness that used is the scale of Scoville Heat Units (SHU). After tested, this chili spiciness level was reached 1 million SHU. That means almost two times more spicy than the chilli record holder previously, Red Sawina, which the spiciness value was only reached 577,000 SHU.
Important research results are of course a great impact on the food industry. Now the food manufacturers began to consider using this to create a chili spicy foods. If it is to get a taste of spicy, usually using chili in large numbers, the Bhut Jolokia requires little to make food spicy. That means efficiency in production.
So do not be surprised if Bhut Jolokia was selected as the hottest food source in the world, and entered in the book world record. This is a list of some of the hottest food source in the world:
As reviews have mentioned above, the spiceness level of this chili is 1000 fold of ordinary chili spiciness.
Naga Morich is the name of a type of pepper which also originated from India. This plants are most often found growing in parts of North East India. This pepper spiciness to 100 fold more than regular chili spiciness. In India this plant is also called pepper spirit.
These is a hybrid plants from 3 types of peppers and can grow well in the UK regions.
This chili is one of the original food processing ingredients of South America foods. Because it is so spicy, this chili called as Dominican vicious tongue and it is native plant from California.