Ghost pepper

$14.00

Ghost pepper

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Carlos’ Consuming Fire Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce is not for the faint of heart. Ranked number 7 as the hottest pepper in the world, you will be haunted by this pepper’s presence with every drop… DISCOVER MORE

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Ghost pepper

Carlos’ Consuming Fire Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce is not for the faint of heart. Ranked number 7 as the hottest pepper in the world, you will be haunted by this pepper’s presence with every drop… DISCOVER MORE

$14.00

Ghost pepper Pepper Description

What do you get when you mix a nearly unsurpassable heat with a rock star name? You get a hot pepper of legend. That’s what you have with the ghost pepper, otherwise known as Bhut Jolokia. This is the bad boy of the chili world, weighing in from 855,000 Scoville heat units to an eye-popping 1,041,427 SHU! It’s one of the hottest peppers in the world and a one-time Guinness Book of World Records champ.
In fact, the Bhut Jolokia has become something of a legend in chili pepper eating dares. Many popular YouTube videos have been shot of people downing a raw Bhut Jolokia in a few quick bites. And then the body’s responses begin. The heat of this pepper will bring out hiccups, intense burning, numbness, eye-watering, and general sweating.
There is a flavor beyond the extreme spiciness, believe it or not. This chili has a slow-building heat, so you experience the flavor (for at least a few seconds) before the hammer drops. They have a sweet, fruity flavor typical of many super-hot peppers, but underneath it is a light smokiness as well. Of course, that all disappears once the heat builds (and lasts). At the end, the predominant take-away will be very painful spiciness that can last for 15 minutes or more.

The Bhut Jolokia is marvellous gift of nature. Despite being extremely hot, it possesses pleasant and palatable aroma. It’s name varies across different regions and countries. Because of its spiciness, refreshing aroma and medicinal properties, it is used for pickle preparation, chili sauce, flavouring curries and for home remedies.
They are quite nutritious, like all hot peppers. But there’s a big catch. Because of their extreme heat, you eat less ghost pepper than other chilies in a sitting. This means you only get a fraction of the benefits compared to a pepper like the very eatable jalapeño.
There are many health benefits of eating Bhut Jolokia. Consuming Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) on a regular basis has prevented cancer, heart related disease, skin related diseases, lowers blood sugar and even produces antioxidants.

There are main health benefits of eating Jalapeño pepper. Those are:
1. Pain Reliever
2. Helps cure Arthritis
3. Helps cure skin disease
4. Anti-Cáncer
5. Antioxidant
6. Helps with weight loss
7. Gastrointestinal Benefit
8. Promotes Cardiovascular activity
9. Decreases blood sugar
10. Improves Liver function

Ghost pepper fast facts
Scoville heat units (SHU) 855,000 – 1,041,427
Median heat (SHU) 948,214
Jalapeño reference point 107 to 417 times hotter
Capsicum species Chinense
Origin India
Use Culinary
Size 2 to 3 inches long, pod-like
Flavor Sweet, fruity, earth


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Carlos’ Consuming Fire Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce is not for the faint of heart. Ranked number 7 as the hottest pepper in the world, you will be haunted by this pepper’s presence with every drop! You can pair it with anything eggs, pork, red meat, poultry, seafood, and much more! Don’t be afraid to try this sauce because this ghost is friendly despite its haunting and lingering bite. You might start with one drop, but be sure it will not be your last! If you are looking to enhance the flavor of any dish, simply shake, open, tilt, pour and enjoy!

Weight 0.907185 kg
Dimensions 8.6875 × 5.3125 × 1.75 cm

2 reviews for Ghost pepper

  1. GeorgeTest

    I love ghost peppers. This hot sauce not only brings the heat, it has great flavor too!

  2. brandondale1

    Not just hot for the sake of being hot like other sauces. The flavor is SO good. I love putting this on breakfast foods like eggs, hash browns and sausage. Tomato based pastas and ramen. Any meats. It compliments everything!

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