Currently holds the Guinness World Record for the hottest chili pepper, known for its intense heat and fruity flavor.
Previously held the title of the world's hottest chili pepper, known for its blistering heat and floral undertones.
Originating from Trinidad, this chili pepper is known for its dark chocolate color and extreme heat that can reach over 1.8 million Scoville Heat Units (SHU).
Once recognized as the hottest chili pepper, it gained popularity for its intense spiciness and distinctive smoky flavor.
Developed in the United Kingdom, this chili pepper is a crossbreed of several superhot varieties and boasts a scorching heat level.
The Habanero's blazing heat and fruity taste make it a favorite among spice lovers.