A million Scoville heat units, that’s hot.

11 11 2007

Rob Stone from ESPN gets acquaintance with one of the hottest chili peppers in the world, the Bhut Jolokia (also know as Naga Jolokia).

Taking a bite of the the world’s hotter pepper didn’t seem like the smartest decision, but taking a second bite, well, that “was a dumb move”.

The piquancy scale of peppers.


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8 responses to “A million Scoville heat units, that’s hot.”

13 11 2007
rEdLabel (02:01:25) :

I had a habanero once, and let me tell ya it was freaking hot.

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Jual vans authentic kw super Reply:

It means mother nature has endowned this small plant with properties to repel creatures that try to eat it.

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29 12 2008
Scoville Scale (20:35:16) :

Bhut jolokias are pure fire. If I would eat one of these, I could only take tiny nibbles off at a time, taking a good minute or two between bites. These definitely aren’t for the faint of heart!

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13 06 2009
ahmet maranki (19:42:43) :

nice

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29 07 2009
TigerTom (23:52:06) :

It means mother nature has endowned this small plant with properties to repel creatures that try to eat it. You have to build up to eating hot food, not jump in.

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31 07 2009
Link Degisimi (23:18:43) :

I ate a tiny bit of habanero, pure fire, made me cry like a baby.

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8 08 2010
TV stands furniture (16:15:53) :

I really don’t like spicy foods! 🙂

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22 10 2011
movers (20:35:15) :

I just moved from Hawaii and I can attest at the quality of these peppers. My uncle took a bite of one like this old man did and I thought he was going to die. We had to take him to the hospital and get it pumped out of his stomach. It was so bad.

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