The Bhut jolokia (Assamese: ভূত-জলকীয়া, IPA: [ˈbʱʊt.zɔˌlɔkiˌja]), also known as ghost pepper, ghost chili, U-morok, red naga, naga jolokia and ghost jolokia, is an interspecific hybrid chili pepper cultivated in the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.
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Some like it hot; some like it hotter. Chili pepper growers that enjoy a bit of heat will certainly get what they ask for when growing ghost peppers. Read here to learn more about these HOT pepper plants.
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A green bell pepper, for example, has a Scoville rating of zero, while the ghost pepper tips the scale at more than 1 million units [source: Chilli World].
The bhut jolokia — better known as the “ghost pepper” — was once considered the hottest chili pepper in the world and packs enough wallop to kill a person, experts say.
The Ghost Pepper Planting Guide: A To Zing. August 24, 2016 by PepperScale. The infamous bhut jolokia (a.k.a. the ghost pepper) is well-known for its super-hot slow burn.
Bhut Jolokia, Naga Jolokia, Ghost Pepper, whatever you're going to call it, remember: it packs a punch. While it is rated at just over 1 million scoville units -- which is something like 5-10 times hotter than...
A ghost pepper is a specific kind of hot pepper, native to parts of India and Sri Lanka, that is considered by many to be the hottest pepper in existence.