Try the chilli that makes you dizzy when you take just one bite. You won't be able to walk for twenty minutes after eating it. You may even have hallucinations from the spiciness of this chilli. A group of Australins tried to seek the world record status for a new kind of spicy chili. This chilli is a bright red pepper that is so potent that when it was processed it required the makers to use gas masks and protective chemical warfare clothing. That's some extreme chilli! The pods mature to red approximately 90-120 days after transplanting - a fairly standard time when compared to other longer season varieties. We have classed the pods as "outrageously hot" on the heat scale.
Caution: The fruits of this chile variety are extremely hot. It is advised to wear gloves when handling the peppers, keep them away from children, and thoroughly clean all kitchen utensils like cutting boards, knives etc. When grinding dried chilis, wear a breathing mask, protect your eyes. Don't touch any sensitive parts before cleaning your hands thoroughly first. And use these peppers sparingly - it is always easier to kick up the heat of a dish than toning it down.