Chilli Plant Competition – Around The World

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The team at Suttons have just launched their great new Chilli Plant Collection called “Around the World”. To celebrate, the generous team at Suttons have given The English Chilli Company ten free sets of this fantastic chilli pepper collection to give away.

The collection includes:

  • the Jalapeno that can be used in a lot of Mexican dishes
  • Worldbeater is perfect for recipes all over the world
  • Fenix is a brilliant sweet Italian variety
  • Fatalii has a really vibrant orange colour and is fantastic for all sorts of Spanish cooking and finally
  • Red Demon is a favourite in the Caribbean especially with Jerk cooking!
  • Each pack contains five plants, one of each variety and is available to entrants from the UK only.

    The Question:

    The Bhut Jolokia is the hottest chilli in the World and measures over 1,000,000 on the SHU scale. What does SHU stand for?

    Answer: Scoville Heat Unit




    Please note that we will need the name, address, email & phone number for each winner so that you will claim your prize. The competition will close on the 16 April 10. Ten names will be drawn at random. Winners will be notified via e-mail and have one week to claim their prize.

    Suttons are one of the UK’s largest retailers selling chilli seeds, chilli plants and the Worlds hottest chilli – The Bhut Jolokia


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    Fatalii Chilli Seeds

    Fatalii Chilli Pepper Seeds

    This Chilli is no mug and the Fatalii (Capsicum Chinese) packs a punch on the Scoville Heat Rating Scale of between 125,000 – 325,000. This chilli that originates in Central and Southern Africa.

    These chillies have a flavour which is fruity and citrusy and it has a searing heat that is comparably hotter to the standard habanero. Fatalii is a distant Habañero relative (a kind of estranged brother) and the fruit matures to bright yellow and is long, wrinkled and tapers to a point – about 2 to 3 inches long.

    The plants produce lots of peppers – they start producing early and finish late. The chillies start with a pale green and they mature to a bright yellow (there are red Fataliis around as well, but the yellow one is the “real deal”)



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