Holy mother of all that is good and heavenly. Hot as a bastard.
I need to mix it with scotch bonnet and more garlic next time. Jesus wept.
Guy I work with grows ghost peppers and Carolina reapers on the roof at work.
Its a brave man bites into his sandwich without first checking exactly what’s inside.
Jon tremendous heat but you need flavour with it to enjoy it.
Strange side effect of my brain injury is my taste buds don’t work with chillies and hot stuff. Shit like jalapenos may as well be cucumber so I end up ordering really hot stuff just to get some flavour in my food. I can eat fucking owt without breaking a sweat.
Unfortunately it still all burns the same on the way out and I pay for it the next morning.
space that’s unfortunate for the other end.
Currently growing ghost and scotch bonnet peppers in my garden - hope the dog doesn’t have a nibble, he’ll be traumatised
Mike_Jones I love scotch bonnets but I’m only feeling burn from ghosts not flavour.
I’ve just found the limit of my chilli resistance. I ate a chicken curry made from Carolina Reaper chillies. It was a tad warm. When I finished I had snot down the front of my T shirt and my eyes had puffed up like I’d been punched.
Finished the cunt though.
space Ha! Felt nowt! Ghost peppers just appearing, will have to make a curry. Made venison chilli with some scotch bonnets, nostril clearing.
Mike_Jones scotch bonnets are amazing.
Had some of this gear Saturday night - eff me.
four teaspoons in two pounds of meat. It was insanly hot - too hot for my wife and child three so I ate most of it.
My arsehole was in tatters all day Sunday.
Anchor 4 teaspoons sounds like a lot. Looks like there are a lot of seeds in it.
Reggie_Perrin I followed the instructions.
Obviously instructions designed for @space
Never again etc
Of late I’m on the Yucatán Sunshine. Mild habanera sauce. Cheap as chips and flavorful rather than red hot. Delish with cheese and rosemary crackers.