Trinidad and Tobago region of Africa is well known for its hottest chili peppers. Chillis like the Trinidad Moruga pepper are non-hybridized varieties and are known to give good yield.
At over 1 million SHU, the 7 Pot got its name because it's thought that just one of these chillies is enough to add heat to 7 pots of stew.
A former world record holder, the Butch T Trinidad Scorpion chilli is not for the faint hearted! Easily identifiable, thanks to their sharp point that resembles its namesake - a scorpion tail!
A very hot habanero variety that produces bigger and more ribbed fruits; perfect for those who believe that size does matter.
A single packet containing the seeds of the 3 different Trinidad Scorpion Moruga varieties.
One of the hottest chillies in the world, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Chocolate deserves a spot in every hot chilli enthusiasts veggie patch. Even hotter than the Moruga Red in our opinion.
One for the dare devils, the Moruga Scorpion is one of the world's hottest chillies with pods measuring in at over 1 million SHU. One of our favourites, producing large and consistent pods.
It might be a fraction milder than the red and chocolate Moruga Scorpion, but this yellow variety is still a super hot chilli. It's striking colour makes it perfect for sauces and spices.
A variant of a former world record holder, the Trinidad Scorpion Chocolate is tangy, sweet and super hot, measuring in at over 1 million SHU.
The 7 Pot got its name because its thought that just one of these chillies is enough to add heat to 7 pots of stew. Slightly milder than its red and chocolate counterparts.