The World's hottest pepper rated by the Guinness Book of Records, measuring an incredible 2.2million Scoville! Bred in South Carolina by crossing a Ghost chilli with a Habanero.
Each devilishly hot pepper has a fruity, cinnamon/chocolate taste before the mind-blowing heat kicks in. The bumpy, lumpy fruit won't all look the same as they grow, but the majority will have a pointed scorpion tail that is typical of this 'super-hot' chilli.
Treat this evil-looking chilli with respect, handle with care and always wear gloves when handling fruit and never touch your eyes without washing your hands. Harvest late August-mid October. Height 61-70cm (24-28"); spread 61-70cm (24-28"). Supplied in a 10cm pot.
For more top tips on growing chilli peppers, go and check out our Chilli Growing Guide.