Feel the burn with the planet's hottest spices.
THE Komodo dragon pepper measures 1.4million on the chilli heat Scoville scale - compared with the lively jalapeno, which is just 3,500 Scovilles.
You can sample it in 500 Tesco stores from today and it will go on sale in November.
But the kick of the Komodo dragon has some fiery competition from across the world CAROLINA REAPER: 1,569,300 Scoville heat units Hottest ever. One nasty little chilli.
NAGA VIPER: 1,382,118 SHU Briefly the world's hottest chilli in 2011.
TRINIDAD MORUGA SCORPION: 1,200,000 SHU Another former record breaker from Trinidad and Tobago.
CHOCOLATE HABALOKIA: c800,000 SHU This brown beast is a fiendish cross between chocolate habanero and a Ghost Chile - the Indian bhut jolokia.
GHOST SCORPION: 750,000+ SHU A cross between a bhut jolokia and a Trinidad scorpion. This one tries to trick you by firstly tasting fruity, before blowing your socks off.
RED DEVIL UK-grown Komodo dragons
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Aug 13, 2015|
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