Bird’s Eye chili peppers are extremely hot to the taste. They rate 100,000-225,000 SHU or Scoville Heat Units on the Scoville heat scale. Using Bird’s Eye Peppers. There are many different cuisines that use various types of chili peppers to add a fiery spice. Bird’s Eye peppers add a milder heat than most chili peppers.
The Naga Viper pepper is a hot chili pepper. In 2011, it was recorded as the "World's Hottest Chili" by the Guinness World Records with a rating of 1,382,118 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), but was surpassed in SHU by several other peppers, such as Pepper X in 2017.
The 7 Pot Barrackpore has the same floor as a traditional 7 Pot pepper (1 million Scoville heat units), though its ceiling goes a little higher. (1.3 million SHU). That’s comparable to the 7 Pot Brain Strain, and reaches the lower reaches of the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion.
7 Pot Douglah. The 7 Pot Douglah, also known as the 7 Pod Douglah or Chocolate 7 Pod, is one of the rarest and hottest of the 7 pod strains. Currently the 3rd hottest pepper in the world behind #1 The Carolina Reaper and #2 Trinidad Moruga Scorpion. The Douglah is characterized by a dark brown/deep purple skin with many “pimples” over the surface.
In terms of the pepper scale, serrano peppers are considered around medium heat (10,000 to 23,000 SHU) somewhere in the range of 5 times hotter than a typical jalapeño and about 10 times less spicy than a habanero pepper. In this way, this is an excellent stepping stone if you feel you’d like more zing than a jalapeño, but jumping to habanero right now is a little too much.
Exceptionally hot: Scoville scale: 500,000 - 1,463,700 SHU: Sprouts . The Trinidad scorpion pepper is a Capsicum chinense cultivar that is among the most piquant peppers in the world. It is derived from the Trinidad scorpion, which is indigenous to Trinidad and Tobago. It was named by Neil Smith from The Hippy Seed Company, after he got the seeds originally from Butch Taylor (the owner of ...