30,000 – 50,000 SHU
Will the chilli wonders never cease. Look at this rare gem and tell us you don’t want it. Very rare indeed so grab some seeds while you can! Also known as the Tettinas de Monk this chilli is native to Peru. It’s magic has been commercialised given it’s unique flavour profile. Incredibly citusy this variety is perfect for fish or chicken. To be honest use it on anything and you won’t be disappointed.
800,000 – 1.200,000 SHU
The Bhutlah Yellow is not that common yet, and not completely stable either but well worth getting out there. From what we know it has been around since about 2015 and is from the USA. The taste is like a slightly citrusy 7 pot yellow and we know how good those are right? This is the yellow strain of a cross between a Bhut Jolokia and a Trinidad Douglah so is is understandable that it will be wickedly scorching on your tongue! This brutal mouth wrecker deserves a spot so save your seeds and get it out there!
800,000 – 1.000,000 SHU
Hallows Eve is a great name for a chilli. They start life solid black but turn into molten lava and will burn you accordingly! These are another terrific cross of Bhut Joloka and Pimenta De Neyde. Not only do they look great but when you cut them open the smell is soooo fruity! We think its one of the best smelling super-hots if that’s your thing. It doesn’t end there. It tastes incredible AND its extremely prolific! You will get hundreds of the bush. This chilli has a huge future and will be a benchmark. We are so impressed its getting 10/10 from us!
Sugar Rush Cream
5,000 – 15,000 SHU
It could be said that the Sugar Rush Cream is the sweetest chilli there is. Some may disagree but not many. It originally was born in Wales in the UK and has thankfully made its way to Australia. We are so glad it did! Thick walled as well as very juicy, some say it tastes like apple, some say pineapple. The Sugar Rush Cream is a great mild chilli, perfect cut up on a fresh salad! No reason at all you couldn’t make a great sauce out of it too!