Yes, Naga Viper, the latest pretender to the crown of world’s largest hot-pepper, ahead of its predecessor, Bhut Jolokia or “ghost chili” with over 300,000 units in the Scoville scale of pepper hotness. Researchers at the University of Warwick tested the Viper Naga and it measured a breath taking 1,359,000 Scovilles. Literally, it will take your breath away.
For comparison, most varieties of hot peppers measure 2500-5000 scovilles, much more mild than the Naga Viper.
We take great care in growing our peppers to insure the purity of each and every chili it produces. Every type of plant is grown in isolation from each other and hand pollinated to guarantee a pure chili.