Experiment with Extreme Chillies £24.95
The gift that's bound to get a Positive Reaction! You don't have to be Einstein to work these experiments, just take a small pinch and put it Tin your pan.
Six glass test tubes filled with the hottest chillies in the world, in an attractive wooden test tube rack. A beautiful addition to any kitchen, or laboratory. Isotope any dedicated chilli head wouldn’t love this special gift!
Includes the Little Book of Chillies
The attractive introductory guide to chillies, 88 A5 pages on how the world fell in love with chillies, growing and cooking with them. Beautiful full colour photo spreads. Click here to see inside.
Keep an Ion your test tubes and when your chillies Argon, there's no need to Sulphur, you can Periodically top them up with our refilll packs.
Chillies for your experiments include;
10g Crushed Habanero
325,000 Scoville Heat Units
It's Sodium good we've added 20g! These Caribbean pods are a hot, fruity and versatile chilli for anything from salads to Chilli con Carne.
10g Crushed Bhut Jolokia
The Indium chilli with the big flavour and the powerful heat. Much loved by chilli heads for it's citrus tang! World's Hottest Chilli 2007-11.
10g Crushed Seven Pot
≈1,000,000 Scoville Heat Units
One pod is reputedly enough to heat up a week's worth of curries, so this 10g will go a long way. A great Curium for any bland meal.
10g Crushed Moruga Scorpion
1,207,764 Scoville Heat Units
The bees Neon, Moruga was the first pod to ever test over 2,000,000 SHU
10g Crushed Trinidad Scorpion
These will really Boron your Tungsten! The super hot Trinidadian chilli with the sting in their tails. World's Hottest Chilli 2012-14.
10g Crushed Carolina Reaper
The Lead-ing Americium Superhot, Reapers really mean Bismuth! Currently features in the Guinness Book of Records as the World's Hottest Chilli.
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