Trinidad Scorpion peppers Moruga are dried and come approx. 20-25 peppers per oz. and are available in 1 oz. to 1 pound sizes. The Moruga variety was crowned the world’s hottest pepper back in February of 2012. Trinidad Scorpion peppers Moruga peppers are originally from the islands of Trinidad and Tobango, and have tested at a high of 2,009,231 scoville units. A new world record! The heat will vary from pepper to pepper, but this particular variety of Trinidad Scorpion will be between 1.3 and 2 million scolville units. These are hotter than the famed Bhut or Naga Jolokia pepper which are also known as the Ghost Peppers.
We offer bulk pricing the more you buy, from 1 oz. (which are approximately 20-25 peppers) up to 1 kilo (2.2 pounds). The more you buy, the more you save. The actual Trinidad Scorpion peppers Moruga pepper pod counts will vary order to order as this product is sold by weight. These peppers are dried whole with seeds in tact.
The first Trinidad Scorpion peppers we heard of were the butch t variety out of Austrailia. There are also the carolina reaper variety from North Carolina which the cultivator says is the hottest variety. Science has the Trinidad Scorpion peppers Moruga rated as the highest reaching over that two million scoville heat unit number. It is easy to rehydrate these dried Trinidad Scorpion peppers Moruga. Simply place the peppers in a ceramic bowl or cup and cover 1/2 inch above the peppers with boiling water. Add a little vinegar to help bring out the heat. You may also add a half teaspoon of tomato paste for flavor and color. It is recommended using white vinegar but any vinegar will do. If you loosely grind up the Trinidad Scorpion peppers Moruga pods they become flakes and can be sprinkled on whatever favorite dish your heart desires. Try it on Popcorn for it makes an unbelievable winner snack.
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