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Pepper Powder - Trinidad Scorpion - 0.5 ounce shaker
The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion (Capsicum Chinense) is native to the district of Moruga in Trinidad and Tobago. The Scorpion pepper was named the hottest chili in the world, with a mean heat of more than 1.4 million Scoville Heat Units (SHUs). The previous record holder was the Bhut Jolokia of India. It has since been defeated but is still one of the HOTTEST Peppers In The World! The following products each carry at least a little of the Scorpions Sting in them, so keep your taste buds safe, if you can’t take the BURN!

Pepper Powder - Trinidad Scorpion - 0.5 ounce shaker

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Special Price for 3 Bottles $26.97

Bottle Price $8.99



Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $95.88

Bottle Price $7.99



 

The Trinidad Scorpion Pepper is the hottest chile in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Our dried, ground Trinidad peppers
are convenient and super hot! Heat Level: 10+/10 Very Spicy! Scoville Units scaled at 1,400,000. Use sparingly and with caution. (We wear a particulate
mask, gloves, and goggles when packaging, just to give you an idea.) Use the Pepper Powder - Trinidad Scorpion Shaker in chili's, soups, and shake
some on your meats to spice up any entree!


Ingredients: Fresh ground Trinidad Scorpion Peppers.

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Special Price for 3 Bottles $26.97
Bottle Price $8.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $95.88
Bottle Price $7.99

 

The Trinidad Scorpion Pepper is the hottest chile in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Our dried, ground Trinidad peppers are convenient and super hot! Heat Level: 10+/10 Very Spicy! Scoville Units scaled at 1,400,000. Use sparingly and with caution. (We wear a particulate mask, gloves, and goggles when packaging, just to give you an idea.) Use the Pepper Powder - Trinidad Scorpion Shaker in chili's, soups, and shake some on your meats to spice up any entree!

Ingredients: Fresh ground Trinidad Scorpion Peppers.

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