The hottest area in our shop. From extremely spicy sauces to the hottest chili in the world, fans of spice will find it here!
Feel the Heat!
When it comes to heat, we don't disappoint. Here you can buy the hottest chili in the world, the Carolina Reaper, as well as everything that is in similar heat degrees. Looking for a new challenge or just love this tingling sensation in your mouth? The hottest sauces with exquisite taste are waiting for you, go ahead and try them out.
The hottest ingredients!
The top 3 of the hottest chili pepper are all in different shapes in our shop, be it
- Carolina Reaper - Guinness World Record holder since 2013 with 1.569.300 Scoville.
- Trinidad Moruga Scorpion - with an average of 1.200.000 Scoville.
- 7 Pot douglah - which reaches an amount of 800.000 Scoville on average.
Better raw, dried or as sauce? It's your choice! If you are familiar with hot sauces, you will surely find one or the other ingredient in this category interesting. No matter if you want to impress your colleagues at the next party or if you want to dare take a new step in improving your heat resistance, with us you can enter the next stage. Ignite the fire in your dishes with the hottest ingredients this world has ever tasted.
Eating spicy has its advantages, in general spicy has an invigorating effect, your circulation gets going and your digestion is stimulated. This is one of the reasons why hot spices simplify the digestion of fatty steaks, for example. In addition, just about any substance that makes food spicy also has an antibacterial effect, so spicy food helps prevent infections. However, too much spiciness at once can also be harmful if you are not used to it. People with high blood pressure should also not exaggerate it.
If you overdid it during the test of courage, it is best to drink a large sip of milk. Fatty products are excellent for cooling down the burn. Bread is also an effective solution to the flames in your throat.
Why is the chili hot?
The substance that gives spiciness is called capsaicin. Capsaicin itself has no taste, but what the substance does is affect the nerves that regulate the feeling of warmth, so the body thinks it's boiling hot and unintentionally tries to protect itself from the heat. This is also the reason why you often start sweating when you eat spicy.