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Seven Pot Pineapple Chilli Sauce In Pirate Skull (** NEW FOR 2018 **)

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Trinadad Seven Pot Pineapple Chilli Sauce In
50ml Glass Skull Bottles

This sauce is an EXTREME CHILLI SAUCE useing the Seven Pot Chilli (1,200,000 SHU) in a 50ml Glass Skull Bottle. The Trinidad 7 Pot Pepper Chilli originated from Trinidad thus the name. This fiery sauce (not as hot as the Carolina Reaper Sauce) contains the Trinidad 7 Pot Pepper Chilli, Fresh Pineapple, Cider Vinegar and Sugar making this a sauce not to be missed by all the CHILLI HEADS who adore Pineapple which is the NEW FRESH FRUIT FOR 2018 .

The Trinidad 7 Pot Pepper (Caribbean Fire ) is a rare super-hot, wicked Habanero like flavour Chilli which has a Scoville rating (SHU): 1,000,000 – 1,200,000 (Jalapeño reference point: 125 to 480 times hotter) with its origin in Trinidad.

 

As with all of our products full documentation covering EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation No. 1169/2011 (EUFIC) Allergenic ingredients by way of a Allergen Checker document can be supplied on request.

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Trinadad Seven Pot Pineapple Chilli Sauce In
50ml Glass Skull Bottle

This sauce is an EXTREME CHILLI SAUCE useing the Seven Pot Chilli (1,200,000 SHU) in a 50ml Glass Skull Bottle. The Trinidad 7 Pot Pepper Chilli originated from Trinidad thus the name. This fiery sauce (not as hot as the Carolina Reaper Sauce) contains the Trinidad 7 Pot Pepper Chilli, Fresh Pineapple, Cider Vinegar and Sugar making this a sauce not to be missed by all the CHILLI HEADS who adore Pineapple which is the NEW FRESH FRUIT FOR 2018 .

The Trinidad 7 Pot Pepper (Caribbean Fire ) is a rare super-hot, wicked Habanero like flavour Chilli which has a Scoville rating (SHU): 1,000,000 – 1,200,000 (Jalapeño reference point: 125 to 480 times hotter) with its origin in Trinidad.

With its rounded shape, the Trinidad 7 Pot pepper (a.k.a. the 7 Pod epper) may often look more like a sun-kissed Habanero than a Scorpion Pepper, but don’t let the shape fool you. The wrinkly, pocked skin tells the tale of a wolf in sheep’s clothing there’s a heat here near the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, making the 7 Pot pepper one of the hottest Chillies in the world. Yet behind this heat is a delicious Habanero like fruity, nutty flavour that follows its Caribbean roots

The common Red Trinidad 7 Pot pepper reaches extreme heights on the pepper scale, easily reaching 1,000,000 to 1,200,000 Scoville heat units. That puts it close to its cousin, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion (though not quite as hot). This is extreme heat – 125 to 480 times hotter than our Jalapeño reference point so great care must be taken when handling 7 Pot Peppers.

There are many varieties and strains of the 7 Pot pepper available on the market, including the 7 Pot Jonah, 7 Pot Douglah, Chocolate 7 Pot, Yellow 7 Pot, 7 Pot Brain Strain, and more. While these varieties and strains will differ in colour and looks, one thing will always be true: They are exceptionally hot, some even more so than the standard 7 Pot pepper.

They often have a Habanero like shape, with their height and width nearly equal 50mm tall, one and a 35mm – 45mm wide. Though they can be found a little more elongated and they even can take on a Scorpion like tail.

The 7 Pot’s skin is the true give-away to the heat in this pepper. It’s sun-kissed the way ghost peppers and other super hot’s are wrinkled and pocked, like the sun threw all its heat into this Chilli Pepper. They age from green to red, but as mentioned there are many varieties that have different colour patterns as they mature.

The taste is the predominant flavour (no surprise), but if you’re an extreme eater, there’s actually a delicious Caribbean like tropical flavour to the 7 Pot Pepper. It’s fruity like a Habanero Pepper with a hint of nuttiness too. It’s fruitier than many other super hot’s that still provide flavour (like Ghost Peppers), but the heat also comes on pretty fast with the 7 Pot, so the flavour is quickly competing with the wicked heat.

 

Nutrition Information

Pineapple (41.9%), Cider vinegar (32.2%), Trinidad 7 Pot Chilli (16.1%), Sugar (9.7%), Salt (0.16%)

 

As with all of our products full documentation covering EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation No. 1169/2011 (EUFIC) Allergenic ingredients by way of a Allergen Checker document can be supplied on request.

  

Additional information

Weight 175 g
Dimensions 50 x 80 mm
Jar Sizes Available

Pirate Skulls – 50ml

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