I grew some last summer
Allegedly the guy who made this has made one that's hotter though
>tfw I had to give up ridiculously hot chilies because I got ulcerative colitis
I grow fatali peppers. They're very hot and unpleasant to eat.
Naga Jolokia, but that is a mayer of can, rather than want. While it is floral and delicious, that gets lost easily amidst the heart. As for ones at enjoyable heat, Jamaican hot chocolates and white ghost hybrids are bomb.
I always grow a bunch of super hots, and I always pick one and bite it in half. Anything past habanero is a silly thing to do....but I keep doing it.
Chocolate habaneros, they have the combination of heat that can last through cooking and not killer heat, but also a really good flavor.
>tfw colon removed cause of UC and the hottest thing I can eat now is a jalapeno and even then it burns worse than battery acid coming out
Fuck my genetics
If you are going to try to grow them unless you live in an already hot environment I'd suggest maybe getting a mini greenhouse thing for them. They grow better in heat.
I didn't get a good haul because I had a cool summer here, plus apparently the hotter the environment the higher the scoville count.
I'm at least trying a mini greenhouse next year.
From what I've read on the subject it not so much the heat as the lack of water, chile pepper plants are pretty hardy and the for a given variety overwatering will fuck them up and result in shit peppers.
I once grew a batch of peppers that were so hot, they had no flavor just horribly painful heat. Must've been some wierd anomaly, it was uncanny how hot they were. I ended up just throwing them out.
I'm physically capable of consuming anything really, including pins, screws, rocks, glass shards...whether I CHOOSE to or not is a different question.
Your grammar sucks, please finish primary school then come back to re-post in a different format.
I eat jalapenos and serranos pretty regularly. habaneros can be too spicy if they are in a large concentration or raw, same with chiles de arbol. I'm pretty good with spice but everything in moderation