Dorset Naga

Though never officially crowned, the Dorset Naga was thought to be the world's hottest chilli in the mid 2000s, and one of the first chillies whose pods measured in above 1 million SHU.

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The Dorset Naga was thought to be the world's hottest chilli in the mid 2000s, measuring in at 876,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), with individual fruits hitting 1 million SHU.

It is a relative of the super-hot and previous world record holder Bhut Jolokia, or 'ghost chilli', and a subspecies of the Naga Morich and was adapted and cultivated in the UK. The Dorset Naga is sweet in flavour with a floral fruitiness.

The Dorset Naga is highly regarded among Britain's Bangladeshi community, and used widely in cooking.

Warning: extremely hot ~ caution this chilli will not discriminate; Under no circumstances should one of these chillies be left with an unwitting person, especially a child.

More Information
SHU 970,000.00
Species Capsicum Chinense
Origin Europe
Germination Rate 95%
Germination Time 7 - 21 Days
Heat Level Super Hot
Sowing Method Raise Seedlings
Sowing Depth 5mm
Position Full Sun
Plant Life Cycle Annual
Frost Hardiness Frost Tender
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