Carolina Reaper Puree

Carolina Reaper PureeCarolina Reaper Puree


Carolina Reaper Puree contains the Hottest Pepper on Earth! Over a 4 year period, Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper Chilies have been HPLC Tested. They have averaged 1.474,000 on the Scoville Heat Scale.

NEWS UPDATE: In November 2013 Guinness World Records has certified the new world record for the Carolina Reaper at 1,569,383 SHU, with peak heat levels measuring as high as 2,200,000 SHU.

Carolina Reaper Puree is the closest thing to eating a fresh Carolina Reaper Chilies.  Are you ready to meet your maker?

Ingredients: Carolina Reaper Chiles, Vinegar. 2 fl. oz.

Heat Ranking: #5 – Hottest Product we carry!  It is also the Hottest Non-Extract Hot Sauce in the World.

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Carolina Reaper Puree is Smokin’ Ed’s fresh Carolina Reaper Peppers with a little Vinegar to keep it stable. Fresh peppers have a very short shelf life. Carolina Reaper Puree will last for years!

There is some controversy on the world’s hottest pepper. According to the Guinness Book Of Records the Carolina Reaper Scorpion is the hottest pepper. According to The Chili Pepper Institute, the Moruga Scorpion is the hottest pepper.

The Carolina Reaper Scorpion a.k.a. HP22B is the current Guinness Book of World Records holder for the hottest chili pepper in the world.

In an effort to establish the “Benchmark” for chile heat, the Chile Pepper Institute planted about 125 plants of each variety. The Carolina Reaper, the Trinidad Scorpion, the 7-pot, the Chocolate 7-pot, Moruga Scorpion.

The mean heat for these chilies topped more than 1.2 Million Scoville Units.  Fruits from some individual plants have reached 2 Million SHU.
Since then, the “claimed” average of the Moruga Scorpion is 1,400,000. Quite frankly we have noted wide deviations in heat. It should be noted that over a four year period, Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper Chilies have averaged 1.474,000 SHU.  Therefore, the Carolina Reaper is consistently hotter on average than the Moruga Scorpion.