The World's Hottest Chillies
The 'superhots' are habanero (Capsicum chinense) chillies that measure over 500,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and given the right environment, some varieties are capable of reaching a million SHU or more. The heat levels we quote are from tests we've had done on the whole crop, not an individual fruit that gave the highest result.
All superhot chillies must be treated with great care and respect. We have three rules: never dare, never bet and NEVER trick someone into eating a superhot chilli.
We also sell plug plants, see www.seaspringplants.co.uk
Note: Superhot chilies are generally hard to germinate. For information on growing chillies click here