Featuring Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) and Trinidad Maruga Scorpion some of the Worlds Hottest Peppers.


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ROF 2004
Bhut Jolokia Flakes.




Smoked Bhut Jolokia Chipotle

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Smoked Bhut Jolokia Flakes.





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Pickled Bhut Jolokia Pickled Ghost Pepper

Bhut Jolokia(Ghost Pepper)

ROF 2004- Bhut Jolokia      
 Bhut or Bih Jolokia, botanically known as Capsicum chinense jacquin, is extensively grown in the northeastern region of India, predominatly in the states of Assam, Nagaland and Manipur. It is also known by other names such as Ghost pepper, Bih jolokia, Borbih jolokia, Naga jolokia, Nagahari, Naga Morich and Raja mirchi to name a few.  We can only speculate why the Assamese call Bhut Jolokia the "Ghost Pepper".

The Bhut Jolokia pepper once officially recorded in the Guiness Book of World Records as the worlds hottest pepper lab tested at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units has been overtaken by the Trinidad Maruga Scorpion at  1,200,000 SHU.

Dried, crushed and shipped in double sealed 40 gram packs of crushed  100% Bhut Jolokia.  More than 1200 grams of fresh Bhut jolokia pepper are required to make just 100 grams of dried Bhut jolokia.

ROF 2004S Smoked Bhut Jolokia--OUT OF STOCK
Chipotle style is lightly smoked before crushing most commonly using wood from carambola (starfruit), madhuri (guava), mango, bogori (ber) and amlakhi (aonla),  producing a subtle background flavor.

Smoked Bhut Jolokia has virtually the same coloration as the plain dried version depending on batch.


WARNING! We recommend that these extremely hot peppers be dispensed in a good quality pepper mill such as our Minimill or  Maximill. It is not recommended that you spoon or causually shake this pepper on your foods, the heat is hard to control without a mill or grinder and you could easily overdose.




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