Super Hot Pepper Dust Pak

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Exotic Rare Peppers
Ground in Small Batches - Fresh
Grown in U.S.A.
.75 oz each
Includes four (4) "Super Hot" pepper dusts:
The Ghost Pepper (Bhot Jolokia) is believed to have originated in Assam, India. The word Bhut means "ghost" and was probably given the name because of the way the heat sneaks up on the one who eats it.  The Ghost pepper was only introduced to the western world in 2000 and measured almost double the heat level of the Red Habanero which was believed to be the world's hottest pepper at the time.  Measuring up to 1 million Scoville Heat Units, the Ghost Pepper, in 2007, was certified as the hottest Chili Pepper on the planet in The Guinness Book of World Records.  While now displaced by the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, this is still one of the world’s hottest peppers.
The 7 Pot originates from Trinidad.  The Trinidad 7 Pot is related to the Trinidad Scorpion pepper and registers as high as 1.2 million Scoville Heat Units.  It is a serious contender as “hottest pepper in the world.” Behind the Fatalii's intense fire is a distinct fruity flavor. 
The Red Habanero comes from the Amazonas region, and from there it was spread through Mexico to the U.S.A. Recognized as the world’s hottest pepper in 2000 (later displaced by the ghost and scorpion peppers), the dehydrated, dry version of this pepper has registered as high as 450,000 Scoville Heat Units.  The habanero's heat, its fruity, citrus-like flavor, and its floral aroma have made it a popular ingredient in hot sauces and spicy foods.
The Fatali originates from central and southern Africa.  It releases a strong, lingering heat, similar to habaneros, registering as high as 300,000 Scoville Heat Units. Behind the Fatali's intense fire, there is a citrus flavor with a taste of lemon and sometimes peach.  This is an very hot pepper, great for seasoning, with an awesome flavor. 
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