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Most of the rest of the peppers on this list have been engineered by humans. I guess once we identified the hottest pepper in the world, all we could do from there was make them hotter ourselves. The Infinity Chili was engineered in the UK by breeder Nick Woods, but it only held the world record for two weeks before it was ousted by the next contender, the Naga Viper.
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Like the previous two, this pepper is red and wrinkly and shriveled and horrible looking — as would you be after eating it. Nature never intended this pepper to exist. If you want to grow it, you have to get the seeds from its human creator, Gerald Fowler and the waiting list is several thousand people long. The mean sister of the 7 Pot Chili, the Douglah also known as the Chocolate 7 Pot is characterized by heavily textured dark brown or even purple skin. This pepper is far into the heat range that you need to seriously consider wearing gloves and goggles if you plan on handling them in any capacity.
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And yet, many say the Douglah is one of the most deliciously flavored peppers, with a full-bodied fruitiness unmatched by others of its spice level. Hailing from Trinidad, land of the brutal pepper, this variety can be found in many of the same dishes as the other Caribbean contenders. Tiny, red, and sinister, this pepper has a little stinger on the end, characteristic of the scorpion peppers.
The Scorpion Butch T is so spicy you have to wear safety gear to cook with it that means masks, gloves, full-body suits — the works , and cooks have claimed numbness in their hands for up to two days afterwards. The Moruga Scorpion, the first pepper ever to break 2 million SHU, held the world record for spiciness for several years and hails from, you guessed it, Trinidad.
Each fruit is about the size of a golf ball and contains as much capsaicin as 25 milliliters of police-grade pepper spray.
Fans recommend adding a small amount to any dish for an explosion of flavor, as well as the endorphin rush that accompanies the consumption of something that spicy. This is it. The big one. The grand emperor of spicy peppers. Vincent and a pepper from Pakistan.
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