JOLOKIA

items with Jolokia peppers in it…Ghost Peppers, Naga Jolokia, Bhut Jolokia…. Ground fresh from the fields, they are blended with distilled vinegar. Citric acid and vitamin C are added to preserve color, then bottled immediatly. The result is a minimun of 80% chile solods, more than four times the content of most hot sauces. These purees are wonderful for inclusion in your own culinary creations, or you can use them to create sauces of your own design. Their use is limited only by your imagination! From CaJohn’s kitchen to yours….Ingred: Jolokia Peppers, distilled vinegar,citric acid and ascorbic acid (Vitamin C).Ohio 2 oz.

Ingredient in Hot Peppers Medically Useful, Say Experts

And it’s exactly that endorphin rush that makes capsaicin an effective remedy for pain and other medical conditions, researchers say.

“The endorphins work to block the heat. The body produces them in response to the heat, which it senses as pain,” said Paul Bosland, co-founder and director of New Mexico State University’s Chile Pepper Institute.

“It’s used for all kinds of arthritis pain, as well as for neuropathic pain and dermatologic conditions that have a painful itch,” said Dr. Ashwin Mehta, director of integrative medicine at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine.

Capsaicin is also used by people with the skin disease psoriasis to decrease itching and inflammation, according to the university.

Some research has also suggested that capsaicin can also help with appetite suppression, but there are not yet any solid data to determine what role, if any, the chemical plays in weight loss. jolokia puree

Studies have also suggested that capsaicin may play help kill off prostate cancer cells. jolokia puree

“In test tubes, researchers found a correlation between increased cell death and capsaicin,” said Mehta.

Brought to you from www.tastewhatishot.com Jolokia Puree

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  • CaJohn’s Jolokia 10 Hot Sauce

    CaJohn’s “10” Hot Sauce


    As he celebrates his 10th aniversary of the founding of his company, CaJohn (who I met personally along with Dave and Blair at the 2005 Fiery Foods Show in Albuquerque, New Mexico) has taken all he has learned about creating natural pepper sauces and created a blistering hot sauce without the use of pepper extracts. The top 4 Hottest chiles in the world come together and create a true Pepperhead elixier worthy of the highest rating,(10) on a scale of 1-10 !

    Ingredients: Fatalli chiles, Red Savina, Orange Habanero, onions, distilled vinegar, Naga Jolokia powder, black pepper, chile caribe, cayenne, and a select blend of dehydrated vegetable powders.
    Size: 5 oz.
    Mad in Ohio

     

    $7.95

    CaJohn’s “10” Hot Sauce


    As he celebrates his 10th aniversary of the founding of his company, CaJohn (who I met personally along with Dave and Blair at the 2005 Fiery Foods Show in Albuquerque, New Mexico) has taken all he has learned about creating natural pepper sauces and created a blistering hot sauce without the use of pepper extracts. The top 4 Hottest chiles in the world come together and create a true Pepperhead elixier worthy of the highest rating,(10) on a scale of 1-10 !

    Ingredients: Fatalli chiles, Red Savina, Orange Habanero, onions, distilled vinegar, Naga Jolokia powder, black pepper, chile caribe, cayenne, and a select blend of dehydrated vegetable powders.
    Size: 5 oz.
    Mad in Ohio

     

  • CaJohns Black Bean & Corn Ghost Chili Salsa

    CaJohns Black Bean & Corn Ghost Chili Salsa. CaJohns Black Bean and Corn Salsa with Ghost Pepper (16oz).  CaJohns Black Bean and Corn Salsa is a staple in the most awarded line of Gourmet Salsas. Made with only the freshest ingredients, CaJohns selects only the best chipotle chiles, vegetables, fruits, spices and vinegars. Using John Hard’s unique cooking process, this salsa maintains a fresh flavor. This salsa is great for enhancing the flavor of your chili and of course they are great with chips as well. Calling all Ghost Pepper Fans, This is a salsa is for you. Their award winning salsa fired up with the Ghost Pepper.
    Heat Level: 7

    Ingredients: Tomatoes, Black Beans, Onions, Jalapenos, Ghost Chiles, Corn, Turbinado Sugar, Vinegar, Garlic, Salt, Spices (16 oz)
    Gluten Free

    $6.95

    CaJohns Black Bean & Corn Ghost Chili Salsa. CaJohns Black Bean and Corn Salsa with Ghost Pepper (16oz).  CaJohns Black Bean and Corn Salsa is a staple in the most awarded line of Gourmet Salsas. Made with only the freshest ingredients, CaJohns selects only the best chipotle chiles, vegetables, fruits, spices and vinegars. Using John Hard’s unique cooking process, this salsa maintains a fresh flavor. This salsa is great for enhancing the flavor of your chili and of course they are great with chips as well. Calling all Ghost Pepper Fans, This is a salsa is for you. Their award winning salsa fired up with the Ghost Pepper.
    Heat Level: 7

    Ingredients: Tomatoes, Black Beans, Onions, Jalapenos, Ghost Chiles, Corn, Turbinado Sugar, Vinegar, Garlic, Salt, Spices (16 oz)
    Gluten Free

  • Carolina Reaper Slingblade Hot Sauce

    Carolina Reaper Sling Blade hot sauce – There’s a new chili pepper on it’s way to Guinness World Record fame! Try the Reaper Pepper in a super hot table sauce (all-purpose hot sauce). Shake it onto chicken and tacos and stir it into nacho cheese sauce.

    From the bottle, “We have raised the bar for heat, surpassing the current world record holder, the Butch T Trinidad Scorpion. Over a four year period, Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper has averaged 1.474 million on the Scoville Scale. -Ed Currie”

    Ingredients: Chile peppers (Carolina Reaper, Bhut Jolokia), apple cider vinegar, distilled vinegar, tomato paste, lemon juice, onion, garlic, salt, spices.

    From Ohio

    $10.95

    Carolina Reaper Sling Blade hot sauce – There’s a new chili pepper on it’s way to Guinness World Record fame! Try the Reaper Pepper in a super hot table sauce (all-purpose hot sauce). Shake it onto chicken and tacos and stir it into nacho cheese sauce.

    From the bottle, “We have raised the bar for heat, surpassing the current world record holder, the Butch T Trinidad Scorpion. Over a four year period, Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper has averaged 1.474 million on the Scoville Scale. -Ed Currie”

    Ingredients: Chile peppers (Carolina Reaper, Bhut Jolokia), apple cider vinegar, distilled vinegar, tomato paste, lemon juice, onion, garlic, salt, spices.

    From Ohio

  • Da Bomb Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce

    Da’ Bomb Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce – We infused our hot sauce with the world’s hottest pepper – The Naga Jolokia or “Ghost Pepper” that measures over 1 million Scoville Units. This hot sauce contains zero pepper extract; just pure natural heat measuring a blistering but enjoyable 22,800 Scoville Units.

    Ingredients – Habanero peppers, mango puree, lime juice, tomato paste, Jolokia Chili pepper powder, and Habanero powder.

    From: Kansas

    $11.95 $6.95 -42%

    Da’ Bomb Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce – We infused our hot sauce with the world’s hottest pepper – The Naga Jolokia or “Ghost Pepper” that measures over 1 million Scoville Units. This hot sauce contains zero pepper extract; just pure natural heat measuring a blistering but enjoyable 22,800 Scoville Units.

    Ingredients – Habanero peppers, mango puree, lime juice, tomato paste, Jolokia Chili pepper powder, and Habanero powder.

    From: Kansas

  • El Chupacabra Hot Sauce

    El Chupacabra Hot Sauce – The deadly Chupacabra is a legondary cryptid rumored to inhabit parts of the Americas. This namesake sauce is a blend of super-hot Caribbean chiles, many of whose legendary burn is greater than one million Scoville Heat Units. Can you handle this beast? It won’t kill you, but you might wish it did.

    Ingredients: Chile peppers (Bhut Jolokia, Scotch Bonnet, Trinidad 7 Pot, Trinidad Scorpion, Trinidad Scorpion Moruga), carrots, onion, mustard, distilled vinegar, garlic, spices.

    From Ohio

    $12.95

    El Chupacabra Hot Sauce – The deadly Chupacabra is a legondary cryptid rumored to inhabit parts of the Americas. This namesake sauce is a blend of super-hot Caribbean chiles, many of whose legendary burn is greater than one million Scoville Heat Units. Can you handle this beast? It won’t kill you, but you might wish it did.

    Ingredients: Chile peppers (Bhut Jolokia, Scotch Bonnet, Trinidad 7 Pot, Trinidad Scorpion, Trinidad Scorpion Moruga), carrots, onion, mustard, distilled vinegar, garlic, spices.

    From Ohio

  • Ghost Pepper Jelly from Suzanne’s Kitchen

    Suzanne’s Kitchen Ghost Pepper Jelly – Scary Hot! The heat sneaks up on you! Ghost Jelly is sure to disappear when served with sharp or cream cheese or add some spirit to your favorite recipes. It’s to die for! All natural.

    Ingredients – pure cane sugar, premium apple cider vinegar, Habanero pepper, Bhut Jolokia aka “Ghost Pepper,” Jalapeno peppers, Tabasco sauce. 4 oz

    From: Delaware

    $9.95 $6.95 -31%

    Suzanne’s Kitchen Ghost Pepper Jelly – Scary Hot! The heat sneaks up on you! Ghost Jelly is sure to disappear when served with sharp or cream cheese or add some spirit to your favorite recipes. It’s to die for! All natural.

    Ingredients – pure cane sugar, premium apple cider vinegar, Habanero pepper, Bhut Jolokia aka “Ghost Pepper,” Jalapeno peppers, Tabasco sauce. 4 oz

    From: Delaware

  • Ghost Pepper Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Powder 84g (3 oz.)


    PURE Jolokia Powder 84g

    This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. Rated at over one million scoville units puts this pepper at 3 1/2 times hotter than the Habanero pepper, making it the hottest known pepper in the universe in 2007.

    The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08.

     


     

     


    Additional information
    Other names for the Jolokia pepper include:

    BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS.

    Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result.

    The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later. While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished.

    I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively.

    For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar.

    Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006).

    At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “).

    The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan.

    It is also called the following names-

    Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit

    Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka

    Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh

    Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur

    It was not known to the Western world until around 2000.

    On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this.

    Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.

     


     

     

    $22.95


    PURE Jolokia Powder 84g

    This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. Rated at over one million scoville units puts this pepper at 3 1/2 times hotter than the Habanero pepper, making it the hottest known pepper in the universe in 2007.

    The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08.

     


     

     


    Additional information
    Other names for the Jolokia pepper include:

    BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS.

    Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result.

    The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later. While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished.

    I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively.

    For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar.

    Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006).

    At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “).

    The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan.

    It is also called the following names-

    Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit

    Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka

    Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh

    Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur

    It was not known to the Western world until around 2000.

    On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this.

    Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.

     


     

     

  • Ghost Pepper Jolokia Powder 28g (1oz.)


    PURE Jolokia Powder 28 grams

    Ghost Pepper powder. $11.95. This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. Rated at over one million scoville units puts this pepper at 3 1/2 times hotter than the Habanero pepper! In 2007 it was the hottest pepper in the universe !

    DON’T BE FOOLED by Imitaion POWDER or GROWN IN THE U.S Powder, IT IS NOT THE SAME!!!! (hint it looks lighter in color).

    The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08.



    Additional information
    Other names for the Jolokia pepper include:

    BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS.

    Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result.

    The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later. While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished.

    I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively.

    For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar.

    Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006).

    At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “).

    The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan.

    It is also called the following names-

    Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit

    Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka

    Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh

    Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur

    It was not known to the Western world until around 2000.

    On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this.

    Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.


     

    $11.95 $9.95 -17%


    PURE Jolokia Powder 28 grams

    Ghost Pepper powder. $11.95. This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. Rated at over one million scoville units puts this pepper at 3 1/2 times hotter than the Habanero pepper! In 2007 it was the hottest pepper in the universe !

    DON’T BE FOOLED by Imitaion POWDER or GROWN IN THE U.S Powder, IT IS NOT THE SAME!!!! (hint it looks lighter in color).

    The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08.



    Additional information
    Other names for the Jolokia pepper include:

    BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS.

    Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result.

    The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later. While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished.

    I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively.

    For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar.

    Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006).

    At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “).

    The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan.

    It is also called the following names-

    Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit

    Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka

    Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh

    Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur

    It was not known to the Western world until around 2000.

    On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this.

    Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.


     

  • Ghost Pepper Jolokia Puree from Cajohn’s

    Pure JOLOKIA Puree (from Cajohn)… CaJohn selects only the finest chiles for his signature line of purees. Ground fresh from the fields, they are blended with distilled vinegar. Citric acid and vitamin C are added to preserve color, then bottled immediatly. The result is a minimun of 80% chile solods, more than four times the content of most hot sauces. These purees are wonderful for inclusion in your own culinary creations, or you can use them to create sauces of your own design. Their use is limited only by your imagination! From CaJohn’s kitchen to yours….Ingred: Jolokia Peppers, distilled vinegar,citric acid and ascorbic acid (Vitamin C).Ohio 2 oz.

    $10.95 $6.97 -37%

    Pure JOLOKIA Puree (from Cajohn)… CaJohn selects only the finest chiles for his signature line of purees. Ground fresh from the fields, they are blended with distilled vinegar. Citric acid and vitamin C are added to preserve color, then bottled immediatly. The result is a minimun of 80% chile solods, more than four times the content of most hot sauces. These purees are wonderful for inclusion in your own culinary creations, or you can use them to create sauces of your own design. Their use is limited only by your imagination! From CaJohn’s kitchen to yours….Ingred: Jolokia Peppers, distilled vinegar,citric acid and ascorbic acid (Vitamin C).Ohio 2 oz.

  • Ghost Pepper Rub (Jolokia) from Cajohn

    Jolokia Rub………

    Fire Dust Rub on a different level! Great on ribs and roasts, it’s got great heat with a sweet finish provided by turbinado sugar. Not just for the grill, it works well in the oven as well. (Salt-Free) (6 oz.)

    $7.49

    Jolokia Rub………

    Fire Dust Rub on a different level! Great on ribs and roasts, it’s got great heat with a sweet finish provided by turbinado sugar. Not just for the grill, it works well in the oven as well. (Salt-Free) (6 oz.)

  • Ghost Pepper The Ghost Hot Sauce

    The Ghost Hot Sauce With Bhut Jolokia Peppers – Are you afraid of Ghosts? You should be afraid of this frighteningly ferocious hot sauce made with the Ghost Pepper from India. Formally known as the Bhut Jolokia, this fiery pepper is officially the hottest pepper in the world. It earns its name from all those who have felt its ghoulish bite & lived to tell about it. Be careful, you could become an apparition with one incendiary taste.

    Ingredients: Bhut Jolokia Pepper, carrots, papayas, lime juice, vinegar, onion, passion fruit juice, garlic, & salt.

    From Costa Rica

    $14.95

    The Ghost Hot Sauce With Bhut Jolokia Peppers – Are you afraid of Ghosts? You should be afraid of this frighteningly ferocious hot sauce made with the Ghost Pepper from India. Formally known as the Bhut Jolokia, this fiery pepper is officially the hottest pepper in the world. It earns its name from all those who have felt its ghoulish bite & lived to tell about it. Be careful, you could become an apparition with one incendiary taste.

    Ingredients: Bhut Jolokia Pepper, carrots, papayas, lime juice, vinegar, onion, passion fruit juice, garlic, & salt.

    From Costa Rica

  • Heartbreaking Dawns Ghost Pepper Sauce

    Heartbreaking Dawns Ghost Pepper Sauce……..Heartbreaking Dawns focuses on both Flavor and Fire to bring you 1841, the year Reverend Miles Bronson arrived amongst the Naga people, ending the widespread practice of headhunting. This handcrafted hot sauce features the infamous Ghost Chile Pepper. This “superhot,” also know as the Bhut Jolokia, comes alive amidst a blend of all-natural Pear and Apple. While this sauce brings a significant amount of heat we managed to create a blend that allows the subtle and sweet fruitiness of the Pears and Apples to tingle your tongue before that onset of true Jolokia Burn!………

    Tired of naga bhut jolokia/ghost chile pepper sauces that are all heat but no flavor? 1841 Ghost Pepper Sauce is your remedy.
    Ingredients: Pear, Applesauce, Cider Vinegar, Bhut jolokia (Ghost Pepper), Water, Onion, Carrot, Lime Juice, Sugar, Sea Salt, Garlic, White Peppe

    $4.99

    Heartbreaking Dawns Ghost Pepper Sauce……..Heartbreaking Dawns focuses on both Flavor and Fire to bring you 1841, the year Reverend Miles Bronson arrived amongst the Naga people, ending the widespread practice of headhunting. This handcrafted hot sauce features the infamous Ghost Chile Pepper. This “superhot,” also know as the Bhut Jolokia, comes alive amidst a blend of all-natural Pear and Apple. While this sauce brings a significant amount of heat we managed to create a blend that allows the subtle and sweet fruitiness of the Pears and Apples to tingle your tongue before that onset of true Jolokia Burn!………

    Tired of naga bhut jolokia/ghost chile pepper sauces that are all heat but no flavor? 1841 Ghost Pepper Sauce is your remedy.
    Ingredients: Pear, Applesauce, Cider Vinegar, Bhut jolokia (Ghost Pepper), Water, Onion, Carrot, Lime Juice, Sugar, Sea Salt, Garlic, White Peppe

  • Jolokia ( Ghost Pepper ) Powder 1000g ( KILO )

    Pure Jolokia powder 1000g. (That’s right,one thousand grams or one kilo!) or (2.2 pounds). For estaurant or salsa & sauce company use only. Not for an individuals. This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08. over ONE MILLION scoville units puts this pepper 3 1/2 times hotter than tha Habanero pepper THE HOTTEST KNOWN PEPPER IN THE UNIVERSE !!!!…………………They are known as BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS. ………….
    …….
    Addl. Info: Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result…………..
    The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later and kicks bhut like a ghost pepper should! While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished.

    I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively.

    For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar.

    Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006).

    At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “)…………………………………………………………………………………The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan.
    It is also called the following names-

    Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit
    Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka
    Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh
    Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur

    It was not known to the Western world until around 2000.

    On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this.

    Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.

    $159.95

    Pure Jolokia powder 1000g. (That’s right,one thousand grams or one kilo!) or (2.2 pounds). For estaurant or salsa & sauce company use only. Not for an individuals. This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08. over ONE MILLION scoville units puts this pepper 3 1/2 times hotter than tha Habanero pepper THE HOTTEST KNOWN PEPPER IN THE UNIVERSE !!!!…………………They are known as BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS. ………….
    …….
    Addl. Info: Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result…………..
    The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later and kicks bhut like a ghost pepper should! While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished.

    I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively.

    For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar.

    Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006).

    At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “)…………………………………………………………………………………The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan.
    It is also called the following names-

    Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit
    Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka
    Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh
    Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur

    It was not known to the Western world until around 2000.

    On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this.

    Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.

  • Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) Mash 16oz.

    Jolokia Ghost Pepper Mash 1 Pound of Fresh Jolokia Peppers in each jar. Mash is typically a product that must be processed before edible but ours is pre-cooked and Ready to Eat. It’s ike eating raw fresh ghost peppers ( not dried ) Fresh peppers have a short shelf life, but these will store for years. Whenever you want the total heat and flavor of ghost peppers you now have it !! Distributed exclusivly by Pepperheads 16 oz. jar

    $39.95 $19.95 -51%

    Jolokia Ghost Pepper Mash 1 Pound of Fresh Jolokia Peppers in each jar. Mash is typically a product that must be processed before edible but ours is pre-cooked and Ready to Eat. It’s ike eating raw fresh ghost peppers ( not dried ) Fresh peppers have a short shelf life, but these will store for years. Whenever you want the total heat and flavor of ghost peppers you now have it !! Distributed exclusivly by Pepperheads 16 oz. jar

  • Jolokia Ghost Pepper Powder (1 lb)


    PURE Jolokia Powder One Pound.

    This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. Rated at over ONE MILLION scoville units puts this pepper at 3 1/2 times hotter than the Habanero pepper, making it THE HOTTEST KNOWN PEPPER IN THE UNIVERSE !!!!

    PURE Jolokia POWDER One Pound is for Restaurant or Salsa & Sauce Company use only, it is not for individuals.

    The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08.



    Additional information
    Other names for the Jolokia pepper include:

    BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS.

    Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result.

    The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later. While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished.

    I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively.

    For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar.

    Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006).

    At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “).

    The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan.

    It is also called the following names-

    Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit

    Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka

    Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh

    Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur

    It was not known to the Western world until around 2000.

    On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this.

    Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.


     

    $89.95


    PURE Jolokia Powder One Pound.

    This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. Rated at over ONE MILLION scoville units puts this pepper at 3 1/2 times hotter than the Habanero pepper, making it THE HOTTEST KNOWN PEPPER IN THE UNIVERSE !!!!

    PURE Jolokia POWDER One Pound is for Restaurant or Salsa & Sauce Company use only, it is not for individuals.

    The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08.



    Additional information
    Other names for the Jolokia pepper include:

    BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS.

    Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result.

    The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later. While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished.

    I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively.

    For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar.

    Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006).

    At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “).

    The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan.

    It is also called the following names-

    Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit

    Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka

    Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh

    Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur

    It was not known to the Western world until around 2000.

    On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this.

    Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.


     

  • Jolokia Ghost Pepper Powder (1/2 lb)

    PURE Jolokia Powder 1/2 Pound. This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. Rated at over ONE MILLION scoville units puts this pepper at 3 1/2 times hotter than the Habanero pepper, making it THE HOTTEST KNOWN PEPPER IN THE UNIVERSE !!!! The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08.


     

    Additional information Other names for the Jolokia pepper include: BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS. Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result. The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later. While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished. I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively. For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar. Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006). At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “). The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan. It is also called the following names- Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur It was not known to the Western world until around 2000. On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this. Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.


     

    $54.95

    PURE Jolokia Powder 1/2 Pound. This is the Pepper to end all other peppers. No other pepper on the planet earth comes close to the heat that this produces. In February 2007, Guinness World Records certified the Jolokia as the world’s hottest chili pepper. Rated at over ONE MILLION scoville units puts this pepper at 3 1/2 times hotter than the Habanero pepper, making it THE HOTTEST KNOWN PEPPER IN THE UNIVERSE !!!! The pepper is used as a spice in food or eaten alone. One seed from a Jolokia can sustain intense pain sensations in the mouth for up to 30 minutes before subsiding. Extreme care should be taken when ingesting the pepper and its seeds, so as to not get it in the eyes. It is used as a cure for stomach ailments. It is also used as a remedy to summer heat, presumably by inducing perspiration. In northeastern India the peppers are smeared on fences or used in smoke bombs as a safety precaution to keep wild elephants at a distance. It is more than 3 times hotter than the feared Habenaro pepper. So enjoy these peppers with extreme caution. In Stock Date 2/11/08.


     

    Additional information Other names for the Jolokia pepper include: BHUT JOLOKIA, NAGA JOLOKIA, BIH JOLOKIA, AND GHOST PEPPER OR JUST NAGAS. Some people expect a huge rush of heat and intense burn as from extract which doesnt happen with the Jolokia. For some reason the heat builds for some time and is then a sustained burn over the course of an hour or so. We are trying to find a lab that can isolate the different capsaicin compounds so we can work out what is different about them but again it will cost. I believe they are different to bog standard habs due to the percentage of frutescens in their dna. It somehow alters the end result. The pods are still the worlds hottest as the lowest reading we have ever had was 700,000SHUs which is pretty formidable and way above the red savina which they say has been exagerated all these years. Certainly eating a red savina and then a Jolokia side by side the immediate heat of the red savina appears hotter than the naga. But the naga keeps building in heat and reaches its peak up to 5 minutes later. While the red savinas burn is descending at that point and dies off after 15 minutes. The naga is still going strong and can still be felt after 3/4 – 1 hour later. We grow both the red savina and the naga and have tested them on many occasions on the European public and watched the results. Some are starting to film people eating Jolokias at the chili festivals they are attending in August 2008 with a view to try putting them on our website when its finished. I think the point is that the Jolokia is capable of reaching 1.5Mshu when environmental conditions allow and that there are so many variables involved. However the dried pods from Assam are all grown in a totally organic environment by small farmers across a vast area of land and will vary from pod to pod. We are advising the assamese growers on how to reach the upper heats this chilli is capable of…Like the Habanero, Scotch Bonnet and Red Savina™, Naga Jolokia belongs to the Capsicum chinense family. This landrace chile originated in the Northeast of India, particularly Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and neighboring Bangladesh. Other names for this chile include Nagahari, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Raja Mircha, Raja Chilli, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Moresh, Naga Morich, Tezpur, and quite recently Dorset Naga.(with possible slight differences). In their home country, Bhut Jolokia and Bih Jolokia are also spelled Bhwt Jolokiya and Bih Jolokiya respectively. For many years, there was uncertainty about this particular chile pepper, some sources even listed cayenne-type peppers as Naga Jolokia or put it into the C. frutescens species. Eventually a field trial with comprehensive analysis by the NMSU Chile Pepper Institute (CPI) shed light on this cultivar. Both Assamese growers and the Chile Pepper Institute found top heat levels around one million Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and the Chile Pepper Institute’s findings for Bhut Jolokia were even awarded the world record as the “hottest of all spices” by Guinness World Records (September 2006). At the CPI test fields, ‘Bhut Jolokia’ grew to a height of 70 cm (+/- 7 cm) at maturity. In Assam, the typical height of Bih Jolokia plants is reported to range from 45 to120 cm. (1 cm = 0.4 “). The origin of the Bhut Jolokia goes back hundreds of years and can be traced to the state of Assam in northeastern India. It was originally grown in this region as well as in areas of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan. It is also called the following names- Naga (Cobra snake) Jolokia in Sanskrit Raja Mirchi (King of Chilis) Nai Miris (Cobra Chili) in Sri Lanka Naga Morich (Cobra Chili) in Bangladesh Oo-Morok (Tree Chili) in Manipur It was not known to the Western world until around 2000. On September 6, 2000 the Defense Research Laboratory (DRL) located in Tezpur, Assam, India published a report stating that it had achieved a new world record of 855,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) obtained from a Naga Jolokia pepper. The DRL utilized the original method of measuring the heat of peppers invented by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. This method of testing was disputed by several professors, and experts in the United States and other parts of the world. They stated that this type of testing was too subjective and the only recognized and accurate type of testing was High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) because it removes all subjectivity. The chili tested by the DRL was not recognized as the record holder because of this. Bhut Jolokia seeds were brought to the United States to be planted and tested by members of the Chili Pepper Institute (CPI) located on the campus of the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 2001. Because of poor fruit and seed set, it took several years to get an acceptable field trial. Finally in 2005, at the Leyendecker Plant Science Research Center (1.5 miles south of Las Cruces) seeds were started in a plant medium under strict control and guidelines utilizing man-made chemical fertilizers. Professor Paul Bosland of NMSU was in charge and finally in the Fall of 2006, success was achieved. The Bhut Jolokia was confirmed as the world record holder by Guinness, and in February, 2007 it was official. Rated at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), it bested by almost 2 times the old record holder the Red Savina Habanero.


     

  • Mongoose Hot Sauce


    CaJohn’s Mongoose Hot Sauce
     

    MONGOOSE Hot Sauce…..The mongoose feeds on snakes and this one is no exception. This sauce is hotter than Cajohn’s Black Mamba but with a fantastic taste. If you can handle the heat you simply must try this! CaJohn’s hottest yet! Give your black mamba to you kids and step up to a mans sauce!


    Heat Level = 10++++++++++
    Size: 2oz


     

    More about Mongoose
    John Hard (Cajohn) introduced this sauce at the 2009 Fiery Food Show in Albuquerque, New Mexico (as well as his new Jolokia Puree).
    The front label displays a Mongoose with the snake from CaJohn’s Black Mamba in it’s mouth, symbolizing that he has topped one of his hottest sauces. It’s also a nice representation of what a Mongoose can actually do (they eat venomous snakes for fun and probably for the taste too.)

    Now on to the tastes! Instantly, the sweetness from the Jolokias mix with the slightly citrus taste of the Fataliis. Then the extract flows over those tastes and recedes. It’s not a keytone (bitter metallic) extract taste but a slightly earthy, sour taste, not bad, but definitely extract. Up next is a brief vinegar flavor which fades away to a pleasant numbing from the Jolokias.

    According to Sue Hard (CaJohn’s wife), this contains 3 million SHU extract and boy does the burn show! It’s really interesting though. At first the heat hits hard and fast then dies down. After you think you are in the clear, a second wave of heat ramps way up and gets you dorfin’ (a new word invented to describe the state you are in when the endorphin rush is going on) pretty hard. 2 oz..Ingredients: Bhut Jolokia, Fatalii, vinegar,& natural flavors..

     

    $13.97 $9.95 -29%


    CaJohn’s Mongoose Hot Sauce
     

    MONGOOSE Hot Sauce…..The mongoose feeds on snakes and this one is no exception. This sauce is hotter than Cajohn’s Black Mamba but with a fantastic taste. If you can handle the heat you simply must try this! CaJohn’s hottest yet! Give your black mamba to you kids and step up to a mans sauce!


    Heat Level = 10++++++++++
    Size: 2oz


     

    More about Mongoose
    John Hard (Cajohn) introduced this sauce at the 2009 Fiery Food Show in Albuquerque, New Mexico (as well as his new Jolokia Puree).
    The front label displays a Mongoose with the snake from CaJohn’s Black Mamba in it’s mouth, symbolizing that he has topped one of his hottest sauces. It’s also a nice representation of what a Mongoose can actually do (they eat venomous snakes for fun and probably for the taste too.)

    Now on to the tastes! Instantly, the sweetness from the Jolokias mix with the slightly citrus taste of the Fataliis. Then the extract flows over those tastes and recedes. It’s not a keytone (bitter metallic) extract taste but a slightly earthy, sour taste, not bad, but definitely extract. Up next is a brief vinegar flavor which fades away to a pleasant numbing from the Jolokias.

    According to Sue Hard (CaJohn’s wife), this contains 3 million SHU extract and boy does the burn show! It’s really interesting though. At first the heat hits hard and fast then dies down. After you think you are in the clear, a second wave of heat ramps way up and gets you dorfin’ (a new word invented to describe the state you are in when the endorphin rush is going on) pretty hard. 2 oz..Ingredients: Bhut Jolokia, Fatalii, vinegar,& natural flavors..

     

  • Naga Soreass Hot Sauce

    Naga Soreass Hot Sauce. Warning! This fiery sauce is as vicious as the creature portrayed on the label. It is such a tasty blend of the world’s two hottest peppers ! This raptoresque elixir will devour your taste buds leaving a fiery trail all through your system, then bite once more while leaving. Be careful, it can leave you with a soreass. (naga soreass that is!) ingred: Red Savina & Naga Jolokia peppers,vinegar,onion,tomatoes,lemon juice,garlic,salt,spices. 5 oz. Ohio

    $12.89 $7.89 -39%

    Naga Soreass Hot Sauce. Warning! This fiery sauce is as vicious as the creature portrayed on the label. It is such a tasty blend of the world’s two hottest peppers ! This raptoresque elixir will devour your taste buds leaving a fiery trail all through your system, then bite once more while leaving. Be careful, it can leave you with a soreass. (naga soreass that is!) ingred: Red Savina & Naga Jolokia peppers,vinegar,onion,tomatoes,lemon juice,garlic,salt,spices. 5 oz. Ohio

  • Satan’s Ghost Pepper Sauce

    Satan’s Ghost Ghost Pepper Sauce – Just the smell of this irresistible sauce will drive you crazy with desire to try it, and when you do you will be overpowered by the painful grip of Satan’s Ghost. Your body’s metabolism will run wild as it tries to fight off this evil intrusion, yet at the same time its outrageous flavour keeps you reaching for more. Will you be the next one to exerience the grip of Satan’s Ghost? This delicious sauce is made with Ghost Peppers and Habanero Peppers. It has a flavour all of its own and will have you coming back for more sooner than you think.

    Ingredients; Fire roasted habanero peppers, red wine vinegar, salt, ghost peppers.

    From Florida.

    $11.95 $8.95 -26%

    Satan’s Ghost Ghost Pepper Sauce – Just the smell of this irresistible sauce will drive you crazy with desire to try it, and when you do you will be overpowered by the painful grip of Satan’s Ghost. Your body’s metabolism will run wild as it tries to fight off this evil intrusion, yet at the same time its outrageous flavour keeps you reaching for more. Will you be the next one to exerience the grip of Satan’s Ghost? This delicious sauce is made with Ghost Peppers and Habanero Peppers. It has a flavour all of its own and will have you coming back for more sooner than you think.

    Ingredients; Fire roasted habanero peppers, red wine vinegar, salt, ghost peppers.

    From Florida.

  • Satans Rage Hot Sauce w/Jolokia

    Satan’s Rage Hot Sauce w/Jolokia………
    When you indulge in this sauce you will surely encounter the wrath of Satan’s Rage. Moments after you taste this sinfully delicious sauce you will pay the price. You will experience a burning sensation that can only come from the world’s hottest pepper, the Ghost Pepper. This newly discovered pepper from India is by far the hottest pepper found to this day. So to all of you “Chile Heads”, give in to the temptation and take this evil package home. See if you can handle the Wrath of Satan’s Rage……..ingred..Red Wine Vinegar, Water, Natural Sugar,Chili Sauce, ( Tomato Puree, distilled vinegar, high fructose corn syrup, sale, corn syrup, dehydrated onions, spice, garlic powder, natural flavoring), Ghost Pepper, Peri-peri pepper, dehydrated oinio, dehydrated garlic, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, salt, chili powder, chipotle powder, , and xanthan gum….no preservatives..

    $10.95 $8.95 -19%

    Satan’s Rage Hot Sauce w/Jolokia………
    When you indulge in this sauce you will surely encounter the wrath of Satan’s Rage. Moments after you taste this sinfully delicious sauce you will pay the price. You will experience a burning sensation that can only come from the world’s hottest pepper, the Ghost Pepper. This newly discovered pepper from India is by far the hottest pepper found to this day. So to all of you “Chile Heads”, give in to the temptation and take this evil package home. See if you can handle the Wrath of Satan’s Rage……..ingred..Red Wine Vinegar, Water, Natural Sugar,Chili Sauce, ( Tomato Puree, distilled vinegar, high fructose corn syrup, sale, corn syrup, dehydrated onions, spice, garlic powder, natural flavoring), Ghost Pepper, Peri-peri pepper, dehydrated oinio, dehydrated garlic, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, salt, chili powder, chipotle powder, , and xanthan gum….no preservatives..