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PostPosted: Wed Oct 14 09 9:25 pm    Post subject: Spicy Hot Rub Reply with quote

I need a rub that is hotter then hot, I've got a friend that wants me to put a rub on a venison roast for him this week, I want to make it myself out of what I have at home (no store bought, their not hot enough). Does anyone have such a rub that I could barrow. Twisted Evil
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 15 09 12:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Go buy yourself some habanero's. Dry them. Grind them. Then add to any rub you have or make in whatever quantity and that should spice things up real quick for ya.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 15 09 2:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You can buy 100% Ground Chipotle (not in a blend form) Sure there are hotter things but Chipotle is Hot AND flavorful.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 15 09 7:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hot to me in a rub = cayenne pepper.

Kik that part up in any store bought rub or recipe you have to your desired heat level.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 20 09 12:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mike Lawry wrote:
Hot to me in a rub = cayenne pepper.

Kik that part up in any store bought rub or recipe you have to your desired heat level.


Mike Lawry.


Agreed - and OMG - I bought some cayenne from a local Penzey's store, and this stuff is the best cayenne I have ever had.... you can beat it's heat with pure habs, but this stuff was both hot and flavorful!! Love the stuff!
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 20 09 1:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

OwenStubbs wrote:
Mike Lawry wrote:
Hot to me in a rub = cayenne pepper.

Kik that part up in any store bought rub or recipe you have to your desired heat level.


Mike Lawry.


Agreed - and OMG - I bought some cayenne from a local Penzey's store, and this stuff is the best cayenne I have ever had.... you can beat it's heat with pure habs, but this stuff was both hot and flavorful!! Love the stuff!


Ya wanna put your money where your mouth is?....I have some stuff that make will make your blood boil Shocked And it came out of my garden. But i do agree that Penzey's has a nice fresh selection of herbs and spices.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 03 09 3:38 pm    Post subject: Re: Spicy Hot Rub Reply with quote

smoken yankee wrote:
I need a rub that is hotter then hot, I've got a friend that wants me to put a rub on a venison roast for him this week, I want to make it myself out of what I have at home (no store bought, their not hot enough). Does anyone have such a rub that I could barrow. Twisted Evil


GO TO THE STORE AND GET A JAR OF THAI CHILI PASTE, MIX IT WITH THE RUB AND MAKE A PASTE TO PAINT ON. IT IS HOTTER THAN HABENERO.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 04 09 12:47 am    Post subject: Re: Spicy Hot Rub Reply with quote

phil922 wrote:
smoken yankee wrote:
I need a rub that is hotter then hot, I've got a friend that wants me to put a rub on a venison roast for him this week, I want to make it myself out of what I have at home (no store bought, their not hot enough). Does anyone have such a rub that I could barrow. Twisted Evil


GO TO THE STORE AND GET A JAR OF THAI CHILI PASTE, MIX IT WITH THE RUB AND MAKE A PASTE TO PAINT ON. IT IS HOTTER THAN HABENERO.


First there is no reason to yell(all caps).

Do you mind telling me what the peppers are that they use for that paste?
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 04 09 2:53 pm    Post subject: Re: Spicy Hot Rub Reply with quote

Oregon smoker wrote:
phil922 wrote:
smoken yankee wrote:
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need a rub that is hotter then hot, I've got a friend that wants me to put a rub on a venison roast for him this week, I want to make it myself out of what I have at home (no store bought, their not hot enough). Does anyone have such a rub that I could barrow. Twisted Evil


GO TO THE STORE AND GET A JAR OF THAI CHILI PASTE, MIX IT WITH THE RUB AND MAKE A PASTE TO PAINT ON. IT IS HOTTER THAN HABENERO.


First there is no reason to yell(all caps).

Do you mind telling me what the peppers are that they use for that paste?


Sorry about the caps wasn't yelling. Not sure what the exact name is, all I know is they are a type of chinese chili pepper and I believe you can purchase them in the asian food section of wal-mart. They come whole already dried.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05 09 1:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thai bird chili???
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05 09 3:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here are the numbers for some common peppers listed in order of their Scoville Rating for heat units (hu):

Pepperoncini 100 - 500
Anaheim 500 - 1,500
Poblano 1,500 - 2,500
Banana Pepper 2,000 - 4,000
Jalepeno 2,500 - 8,000
Serrano 7,000 - 25,000
Chilipiquin 30,000 - 60,000
Thai Bird Pepper 50,000 - 100,000
Habenero 100,00 - 325,000
Red Habenero 225,000 - 577,000

I found this after googling "thai bird chil".

Guess you should know what your talking about when it comes to how hot peppers are. Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05 09 4:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What you can use for some serious heat is Indian chili powder. Just a tad on the end of your finger will take your breath away.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05 09 4:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From being on your fingertip? Wink Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05 09 4:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

roxy wrote:
What you can use for some serious heat is Indian chili powder. Just a tad on the end of your finger will take your breath away.


What happens if you put it in your mouth?


I had a friend send me some bbq sauce additive from a raunt in seattle. I gave 2 friends a taste one night after a couple of beers and one guy started farting on impact Shocked Shocked Shocked .
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05 09 5:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

CrazyChef wrote:
From being on your fingertip? Wink Very Happy


Well, that is the method for oral entry.. You can just a TBSP if you want but I guarantee you will never be the same after wards. Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05 09 8:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oregon smoker wrote:
Here are the numbers for some common peppers listed in order of their Scoville Rating for heat units (hu):

Pepperoncini 100 - 500
Anaheim 500 - 1,500
Poblano 1,500 - 2,500
Banana Pepper 2,000 - 4,000
Jalepeno 2,500 - 8,000
Serrano 7,000 - 25,000
Chilipiquin 30,000 - 60,000
Thai Bird Pepper 50,000 - 100,000
Habenero 100,00 - 325,000
Red Habenero 225,000 - 577,000

I found this after googling "thai bird chil".

Guess you should know what your talking about when it comes to how hot peppers are. Wink


Scoville Units Chile Pepper Heat Range
Sweet Bell 0
Sweet Banana 0
Pimento 0
Cherry 00 ~ 500
Pepperoncini 100 ~ 500
Sonora 300 ~ 600
El-Paso 500 ~ 700
Santa Fe Grande 500 ~ 750
NuMex R Naky 500 ~ 1,000
Coronado 700 ~ 1,000
TAM Mild Jalapeno 1,000 ~ 1,500
New Mexico 6-4 1,000 ~ 1,500
Espanola 1,000 ~ 2,000
Poblano 1,000 ~ 2,000
Ancho 1,000 ~ 2,000
Mulato 1,000 ~ 2,000
Pasilla 1,000 ~ 2,000
Anaheim 500 ~ 2,500
Sandia 500 ~ 2,500
NuMex Big Jim 1,500 ~ 2,500
Rocotillo 1,500 ~ 2,500
Pulla 700 ~ 3,000
NuMex Joe E. Parker 1,500 ~ 3,000
Bulgarian Carrot 2,000 ~ 5,000
Mirasol 2,500 ~ 5,000
Guajillo 2,500 ~ 5,000
Jalapeno 2,500 ~ 8,000
Chipolte 5,000 ~ 8,000
Long Thick Cayenne 6,000 ~ 8,500
Hot Wax 5,000 ~ 9,000
Puya 5,000 ~ 10,000
Hidalgo 6,000 ~ 17,000
Aji Escabeche 12,000 ~ 17,000
Serrano 8,000 ~ 22,000
Manzano 12,000 ~ 30,000
Shipkas 12,000 ~ 30,000
NuMex Barker's Hot 15,000 ~ 30,000
De Arbol 15,000 ~ 30,000
Jaloro 30,000 ~ 50,000
Aji 30,000 ~ 50,000
Tabasco 30,000 ~ 50,000
Cayenne 30,000 ~ 50,000
Santaka 40,000 ~ 50,000
Super Chile 40,000 ~ 50,000
Piquin 40,000 ~ 58,000
NuMex XX Hot 60,000 ~ 70,000
Yatsafusa 50,000 ~ 75,000
Red Amazon 55,000 ~ 75,000
Haimen 70,000 ~ 80,000
Chiltecpin 60,000 ~ 85,000
Thai 50,000 ~ 100,000
\ Merah 85,000 ~ 100,000
Tabiche 85,000 ~ 115,000
Bahamian 95,000 ~ 110,000
Carolina Cayenne 100,000 ~ 125,000
Kumataka 125,000 ~ 150,000
Bahamian 125,000 ~ 300,000
Jamaican Hot 100,000 ~ 200,000
Birds Eye 100,000 ~ 225,000
Tepin (Wild) 100,000 ~ 265,000
Datil 1,000 ~ 300,000
Devil Toung 125,000 ~ 325,000
Fatalii 125,000 ~ 325,000
Orange Habanero 150,000 ~ 325,000
Scotch Bonnet 150,000 ~ 325,000
TigrePaw-NR 265,000 ~ 348,000
Rocoto / Manzano 225,000 ~ 350,000
Caribbean Red 120,000 ~ 400,000
Choclate Habanero 325,000 ~ 425,000
Red Savina Habanero 350,000 ~ 575,000
Dorset Naga 800,000 ~ 900,000
Naga Jolokia 800,000 ~ 1,041,000
Common Pepper Spray 2-3,000,000
Police Grade Spray 5,300,000
Homodihydrocapsaicin 8,600,000
Nordihydrocapsaicin 9,100,000
Pure Capsaicin 15-16,000,000

Guess you should have done a little more research Surprised
http://ushotstuff.com/worldshottestchile.htm
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06 09 9:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

phil922 wrote:
Oregon smoker wrote:
Here are the numbers for some common peppers listed in order of their Scoville Rating for heat units (hu):

Pepperoncini 100 - 500
Anaheim 500 - 1,500
Poblano 1,500 - 2,500
Banana Pepper 2,000 - 4,000
Jalepeno 2,500 - 8,000
Serrano 7,000 - 25,000
Chilipiquin 30,000 - 60,000
Thai Bird Pepper 50,000 - 100,000
Habenero 100,00 - 325,000
Red Habenero 225,000 - 577,000

I found this after googling "thai bird chil".

Guess you should know what your talking about when it comes to how hot peppers are. Wink


Scoville Units Chile Pepper Heat Range
Sweet Bell 0
Sweet Banana 0
Pimento 0
Cherry 00 ~ 500
Pepperoncini 100 ~ 500
Sonora 300 ~ 600
El-Paso 500 ~ 700
Santa Fe Grande 500 ~ 750
NuMex R Naky 500 ~ 1,000
Coronado 700 ~ 1,000
TAM Mild Jalapeno 1,000 ~ 1,500
New Mexico 6-4 1,000 ~ 1,500
Espanola 1,000 ~ 2,000
Poblano 1,000 ~ 2,000
Ancho 1,000 ~ 2,000
Mulato 1,000 ~ 2,000
Pasilla 1,000 ~ 2,000
Anaheim 500 ~ 2,500
Sandia 500 ~ 2,500
NuMex Big Jim 1,500 ~ 2,500
Rocotillo 1,500 ~ 2,500
Pulla 700 ~ 3,000
NuMex Joe E. Parker 1,500 ~ 3,000
Bulgarian Carrot 2,000 ~ 5,000
Mirasol 2,500 ~ 5,000
Guajillo 2,500 ~ 5,000
Jalapeno 2,500 ~ 8,000
Chipolte 5,000 ~ 8,000
Long Thick Cayenne 6,000 ~ 8,500
Hot Wax 5,000 ~ 9,000
Puya 5,000 ~ 10,000
Hidalgo 6,000 ~ 17,000
Aji Escabeche 12,000 ~ 17,000
Serrano 8,000 ~ 22,000
Manzano 12,000 ~ 30,000
Shipkas 12,000 ~ 30,000
NuMex Barker's Hot 15,000 ~ 30,000
De Arbol 15,000 ~ 30,000
Jaloro 30,000 ~ 50,000
Aji 30,000 ~ 50,000
Tabasco 30,000 ~ 50,000
Cayenne 30,000 ~ 50,000
Santaka 40,000 ~ 50,000
Super Chile 40,000 ~ 50,000
Piquin 40,000 ~ 58,000
NuMex XX Hot 60,000 ~ 70,000
Yatsafusa 50,000 ~ 75,000
Red Amazon 55,000 ~ 75,000
Haimen 70,000 ~ 80,000
Chiltecpin 60,000 ~ 85,000
Thai 50,000 ~ 100,000
\ Merah 85,000 ~ 100,000
Tabiche 85,000 ~ 115,000
Bahamian 95,000 ~ 110,000
Carolina Cayenne 100,000 ~ 125,000
Kumataka 125,000 ~ 150,000
Bahamian 125,000 ~ 300,000
Jamaican Hot 100,000 ~ 200,000
Birds Eye 100,000 ~ 225,000
Tepin (Wild) 100,000 ~ 265,000
Datil 1,000 ~ 300,000
Devil Toung 125,000 ~ 325,000
Fatalii 125,000 ~ 325,000
Orange Habanero 150,000 ~ 325,000
Scotch Bonnet 150,000 ~ 325,000
TigrePaw-NR 265,000 ~ 348,000
Rocoto / Manzano 225,000 ~ 350,000
Caribbean Red 120,000 ~ 400,000
Choclate Habanero 325,000 ~ 425,000
Red Savina Habanero 350,000 ~ 575,000
Dorset Naga 800,000 ~ 900,000
Naga Jolokia 800,000 ~ 1,041,000
Common Pepper Spray 2-3,000,000
Police Grade Spray 5,300,000
Homodihydrocapsaicin 8,600,000
Nordihydrocapsaicin 9,100,000
Pure Capsaicin 15-16,000,000

Guess you should have done a little more research Surprised
http://ushotstuff.com/worldshottestchile.htm


You missed my point.
I wasnt trying to do "research", just a quick google. Feel free to do all the "research" you want buddy. Twisted Evil
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06 09 11:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oregon smoker wrote:
phil922 wrote:
Oregon smoker wrote:
Here are the numbers for some common peppers listed in order of their Scoville Rating for heat units (hu):

Pepperoncini 100 - 500
Anaheim 500 - 1,500
Poblano 1,500 - 2,500
Banana Pepper 2,000 - 4,000
Jalepeno 2,500 - 8,000
Serrano 7,000 - 25,000
Chilipiquin 30,000 - 60,000
Thai Bird Pepper 50,000 - 100,000
Habenero 100,00 - 325,000
Red Habenero 225,000 - 577,000

I found this after googling "thai bird chil".

Guess you should know what your talking about when it comes to how hot peppers are. Wink


Scoville Units Chile Pepper Heat Range
Sweet Bell 0
Sweet Banana 0
Pimento 0
Cherry 00 ~ 500
Pepperoncini 100 ~ 500
Sonora 300 ~ 600
El-Paso 500 ~ 700
Santa Fe Grande 500 ~ 750
NuMex R Naky 500 ~ 1,000
Coronado 700 ~ 1,000
TAM Mild Jalapeno 1,000 ~ 1,500
New Mexico 6-4 1,000 ~ 1,500
Espanola 1,000 ~ 2,000
Poblano 1,000 ~ 2,000
Ancho 1,000 ~ 2,000
Mulato 1,000 ~ 2,000
Pasilla 1,000 ~ 2,000
Anaheim 500 ~ 2,500
Sandia 500 ~ 2,500
NuMex Big Jim 1,500 ~ 2,500
Rocotillo 1,500 ~ 2,500
Pulla 700 ~ 3,000
NuMex Joe E. Parker 1,500 ~ 3,000
Bulgarian Carrot 2,000 ~ 5,000
Mirasol 2,500 ~ 5,000
Guajillo 2,500 ~ 5,000
Jalapeno 2,500 ~ 8,000
Chipolte 5,000 ~ 8,000
Long Thick Cayenne 6,000 ~ 8,500
Hot Wax 5,000 ~ 9,000
Puya 5,000 ~ 10,000
Hidalgo 6,000 ~ 17,000
Aji Escabeche 12,000 ~ 17,000
Serrano 8,000 ~ 22,000
Manzano 12,000 ~ 30,000
Shipkas 12,000 ~ 30,000
NuMex Barker's Hot 15,000 ~ 30,000
De Arbol 15,000 ~ 30,000
Jaloro 30,000 ~ 50,000
Aji 30,000 ~ 50,000
Tabasco 30,000 ~ 50,000
Cayenne 30,000 ~ 50,000
Santaka 40,000 ~ 50,000
Super Chile 40,000 ~ 50,000
Piquin 40,000 ~ 58,000
NuMex XX Hot 60,000 ~ 70,000
Yatsafusa 50,000 ~ 75,000
Red Amazon 55,000 ~ 75,000
Haimen 70,000 ~ 80,000
Chiltecpin 60,000 ~ 85,000
Thai 50,000 ~ 100,000
\ Merah 85,000 ~ 100,000
Tabiche 85,000 ~ 115,000
Bahamian 95,000 ~ 110,000
Carolina Cayenne 100,000 ~ 125,000
Kumataka 125,000 ~ 150,000
Bahamian 125,000 ~ 300,000
Jamaican Hot 100,000 ~ 200,000
Birds Eye 100,000 ~ 225,000
Tepin (Wild) 100,000 ~ 265,000
Datil 1,000 ~ 300,000
Devil Toung 125,000 ~ 325,000
Fatalii 125,000 ~ 325,000
Orange Habanero 150,000 ~ 325,000
Scotch Bonnet 150,000 ~ 325,000
TigrePaw-NR 265,000 ~ 348,000
Rocoto / Manzano 225,000 ~ 350,000
Caribbean Red 120,000 ~ 400,000
Choclate Habanero 325,000 ~ 425,000
Red Savina Habanero 350,000 ~ 575,000
Dorset Naga 800,000 ~ 900,000
Naga Jolokia 800,000 ~ 1,041,000
Common Pepper Spray 2-3,000,000
Police Grade Spray 5,300,000
Homodihydrocapsaicin 8,600,000
Nordihydrocapsaicin 9,100,000
Pure Capsaicin 15-16,000,000

Guess you should have done a little more research Surprised
http://ushotstuff.com/worldshottestchile.htm


You missed my point.
I wasnt trying to do "research", just a quick google. Feel free to do all the "research" you want buddy. Twisted Evil


I think you have missed the point of Google.

If you are going to google and post your findings you should try to be thorough or why bother posting anything. After all, is not the point of Google search but to educate yourself..

Just my 2 cents worth.

Thanks for the extensive list phil, more than a few peppers I have never heard of there...
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06 09 11:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

roxy wrote:
Oregon smoker wrote:
phil922 wrote:
Oregon smoker wrote:
Here are the numbers for some common peppers listed in order of their Scoville Rating for heat units (hu):

Pepperoncini 100 - 500
Anaheim 500 - 1,500
Poblano 1,500 - 2,500
Banana Pepper 2,000 - 4,000
Jalepeno 2,500 - 8,000
Serrano 7,000 - 25,000
Chilipiquin 30,000 - 60,000
Thai Bird Pepper 50,000 - 100,000
Habenero 100,00 - 325,000
Red Habenero 225,000 - 577,000

I found this after googling "thai bird chil".

Guess you should know what your talking about when it comes to how hot peppers are. Wink


Scoville Units Chile Pepper Heat Range
Sweet Bell 0
Sweet Banana 0
Pimento 0
Cherry 00 ~ 500
Pepperoncini 100 ~ 500
Sonora 300 ~ 600
El-Paso 500 ~ 700
Santa Fe Grande 500 ~ 750
NuMex R Naky 500 ~ 1,000
Coronado 700 ~ 1,000
TAM Mild Jalapeno 1,000 ~ 1,500
New Mexico 6-4 1,000 ~ 1,500
Espanola 1,000 ~ 2,000
Poblano 1,000 ~ 2,000
Ancho 1,000 ~ 2,000
Mulato 1,000 ~ 2,000
Pasilla 1,000 ~ 2,000
Anaheim 500 ~ 2,500
Sandia 500 ~ 2,500
NuMex Big Jim 1,500 ~ 2,500
Rocotillo 1,500 ~ 2,500
Pulla 700 ~ 3,000
NuMex Joe E. Parker 1,500 ~ 3,000
Bulgarian Carrot 2,000 ~ 5,000
Mirasol 2,500 ~ 5,000
Guajillo 2,500 ~ 5,000
Jalapeno 2,500 ~ 8,000
Chipolte 5,000 ~ 8,000
Long Thick Cayenne 6,000 ~ 8,500
Hot Wax 5,000 ~ 9,000
Puya 5,000 ~ 10,000
Hidalgo 6,000 ~ 17,000
Aji Escabeche 12,000 ~ 17,000
Serrano 8,000 ~ 22,000
Manzano 12,000 ~ 30,000
Shipkas 12,000 ~ 30,000
NuMex Barker's Hot 15,000 ~ 30,000
De Arbol 15,000 ~ 30,000
Jaloro 30,000 ~ 50,000
Aji 30,000 ~ 50,000
Tabasco 30,000 ~ 50,000
Cayenne 30,000 ~ 50,000
Santaka 40,000 ~ 50,000
Super Chile 40,000 ~ 50,000
Piquin 40,000 ~ 58,000
NuMex XX Hot 60,000 ~ 70,000
Yatsafusa 50,000 ~ 75,000
Red Amazon 55,000 ~ 75,000
Haimen 70,000 ~ 80,000
Chiltecpin 60,000 ~ 85,000
Thai 50,000 ~ 100,000
\ Merah 85,000 ~ 100,000
Tabiche 85,000 ~ 115,000
Bahamian 95,000 ~ 110,000
Carolina Cayenne 100,000 ~ 125,000
Kumataka 125,000 ~ 150,000
Bahamian 125,000 ~ 300,000
Jamaican Hot 100,000 ~ 200,000
Birds Eye 100,000 ~ 225,000
Tepin (Wild) 100,000 ~ 265,000
Datil 1,000 ~ 300,000
Devil Toung 125,000 ~ 325,000
Fatalii 125,000 ~ 325,000
Orange Habanero 150,000 ~ 325,000
Scotch Bonnet 150,000 ~ 325,000
TigrePaw-NR 265,000 ~ 348,000
Rocoto / Manzano 225,000 ~ 350,000
Caribbean Red 120,000 ~ 400,000
Choclate Habanero 325,000 ~ 425,000
Red Savina Habanero 350,000 ~ 575,000
Dorset Naga 800,000 ~ 900,000
Naga Jolokia 800,000 ~ 1,041,000
Common Pepper Spray 2-3,000,000
Police Grade Spray 5,300,000
Homodihydrocapsaicin 8,600,000
Nordihydrocapsaicin 9,100,000
Pure Capsaicin 15-16,000,000

Guess you should have done a little more research Surprised
http://ushotstuff.com/worldshottestchile.htm


You missed my point.
I wasnt trying to do "research", just a quick google. Feel free to do all the "research" you want buddy. Twisted Evil


I think you have missed the point of Google.

If you are going to google and post your findings you should try to be thorough or why bother posting anything. After all, is not the point of Google search but to educate yourself..

Just my 2 cents worth.

Thanks for the extensive list phil, more than a few peppers I have never heard of there...


I didnt miss the point at all. What is it that you dont understand about a "quick" google check? Shocked
For me its is usually the first 1-2 results.

If i want to do the research i will look further.

I have seen quite a few of those peppers in my reading about different pepper plants that are available mail order. Cool
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06 09 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You can always toss in a dash or two of the Ghost Chili (Naga Jolokia) - Penzey's has 'em. But beware. . . . cause those puppies will make ya' cry!

I put the equivalent to the tip of a toothpick's worth on my tongue and it absolutely took my breath away!!!! Habs are plenty hot enough for this gal. . . .
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