1st Place for the Best Grill Seasoning at the international Dec 2010 competition The Hot Pepper Awards ! See hereScott Roberts Hot Sauce Blogger Review on Hot EmbersA chilli spice / seasoning that is great on everything to add a bit more flavour and heat. Each shaker contains over 15 extremely hot chilli pods (Bhut Jolokia and Habanero).
All you need is a couple of shakes and you can spice up any type of food or meal. Try it on mince, roasted potatoes and vegetables, toasted cheese and tomato sandwiches, fried eggs, red meats, chicken and fish, prawn cocktails, chips, peanuts and lots more. Let your imagination take you there.
Ingredients include: Natural lake Salt, Habanero chilli, Bhut Jolokia chilli, Garlic, Onion, Moroccan spice and Paprika.
Heat : 9 /10
A chilli spice / seasoning that is great on everything to add a bit more flavour and heat. Each shaker contains over 15 extremely hot chilli pods (Bhut Jolokia and Habanero).
BTR - Butch T Scorpion x Carolina Reaper - 20 chilli seeds
These seeds are a cross between the Fatalii red and Peruvian Aji Brown. The Chocolate Fatalii is milder than the red or yellow varieties.
Chocolate variety of the Habanero. Rated at around 300,000 SHU's.
20 chocolate Habanero chilli seeds per packet
A sweet and spicy chutney made with roast beetroots, caramelised onions, apples, ghost chillies and balsamic vinegar. Add some spice to your burgers, sandwiches and cheese platters!
A breakfast marmalade with a Mexican twist! This sweet but zesty lime marmalade also contains tequila, lemon and salt - and just enough chilli to tingle your taste buds. So slam it on your toast to get you going in the morning!
Heat rating 4/10
Ingredients: Sugar, limes, jalapenos, lemons, tequila, habaneros, pectin, salt
This stunning new chilli is a cross between the Bhut Jolokia (Ghost) chilli and the Pimenta da Neyde chilli. It is a capsicum Chinense and surprisingly hot. The pods start off purple, then ripen with cream stripes making them an unusual and interesting addition to your chilli garden.
20 chilli seeds per packet - new larger size
Also known as Manzano or Locoto, the Rocoto originated in Chile and Peru, and is more cold tolerant than many other chillies. The pods are large and apple-shaped (Manzano is Spanish for apple tree) with distinctive black seeds, and the plant is a prolific fruiter, with a long fruiting season.
The heat level varies, estimated to be between 30,000 and 250,000 SHUs.
Scotch Bonnets are easy to grow, and produce many pods which ripen to orange. They have a sweet taste, but a good heat (around 300,000 SHU's) with a slow burn. They are a favourite for sauce makers, and are used in many Caribbean dishes. A versatile and beautiful chilli for your chilli garden.