The hottest chili (the hottest chili in the world)
Chongqing hot pot is very popular among Chinese people, and one of the essential ingredients is chili. A hot pot meal is hearty.
People who love chili can’t do without it, and the spiciness of chili we usually use is also acceptable to people.
And some peppers may be a little spicy to the extent that you will never forget it. So what is the name of the hottest pepper in the world, and how hot is it?
What is the hottest pepper in the world?
The hottest pepper in the world is called Longxi pepper, with a spiciness of 2480000S.
After Longxi’s cultivation, “Carolina Reaper” had to give way as the title of the hottest pepper. The spiciness of Longxi pepper is far better than that of “Carolina Death”.
People are afraid to try dragon’s breath pepper lightly. You know, just lightly licking your tongue can make your tongue numb.
Eat it in the mouth, the whole mouth becomes numb, and then blisters develop.
The capsaicin in the dragon’s breath pepper will stimulate the human immune system, and the most serious consequence is shock and death.
Don’t taste the dragon’s breath pepper, even if you smell it, it can bring a wave of shock.
London, during the public exhibition in May 2017, the dragon’s breath pepper was sealed in the container throughout.
Which country in the world has the hottest chili?
Dragon’s breath is known as the hottest pepper in the world, and it is produced in the UK.
Dragon’s Breath Pepper is the result of a joint effort between researchers at the University of Nottingham and Mike Smith.
Ranking of the hottest peppers in the world
1. The spiciness of Longxi pepper is 2480000 Shu, its appearance has refreshed the pepper the spiciness.
2. Carona died, with a spiciness of 1,600,000 SHU, distributed in South Carolina, and once set a record of 2,200,000 SHU.
3. The spiciness of the Trinidad scorpion Butch T is 1460000 SHU, so its spiciness must not be underestimated, because it has a yellow lantern-like appearance.
4. naga viper, spicy 1359000SHU, produced in the UK. It took five years to cultivate a variety of peppers, replacing the Indian devil pepper as the hottest pepper.
5. Indian devil pepper, with a spiciness of 1041427 Shu, also known as “ghost pepper”, won the world’s hottest pepper in 2007.
6. Multi-colored Naga, with a spiciness of 855,000 Shu, formerly known as Nagajulokia pepper. In addition to the spicy taste, it is also rich in vitamins and trace elements that are beneficial to health.
7. Savina red pepper, with a spiciness of 580,000 Shu, is produced in Mexico.
8. Habanero peppers, with a spiciness of 350,000 Shu, are produced in the Amazon Basin. In 1994, it was recognized by GuinnessThe world record is recognized as the hottest pepper on earth.
9. Sarkozy Bernat’s chili, with a spiciness of 325,000 SHU.
10. The bird’s eye pepper with a spiciness of 225,000 SHU is produced in Thailand, but it is small and very spicy.