Mike Smith with a Dragons Breath.
Just read an article about the hottest chilli in the world, Dragons Breath, developed by Mike Smith a hobby grower from Wales. Also unpacked my backpack and realised I had two gifts of chilli pods with seeds from Homegrown Nurseries.
The Dragons Breath has not been certified by Guinness World Records, but is in the process as it dwarfs other chillies around the world. After all it is considered a weapons grade, record breaking, one bite airway burn that will seal your lungs for good. Might go with a good Durban curry.
It measures more than 2.48m on the Scoville scale, and it could potentially cause a type of anaphylactic shock for someone who eats it, burning the airways and closing them up. Sauce
I recently bought the Ghost Chilli (aka Bhut jolokia) plant from a farmers market and was told by a local chilli enthusiast that it was the hottest chilli in the world. It was the hottest chilli in the world in 2007, and the man that told me is probably still living in the late 60’s and early 70’s.
The Ghost chilli is rated at more than 1 million Scoville heat units (SHUs). However, the ghost chili was shortly superseded by the Infinity chili in 2011, followed by the Naga Viper, the Trinidad moruga scorpion in 2012, and the Carolina Reaper on August 7, 2013.
But lets get to the bottom of the hottest chilli in the world, 2017, atleast the top 5.
With a growing worldwide extinction of many the worlds species due to climate change and less natural habitat to breed and live sustainable lives. Animals also have the added danger in rural and urban areas of dying from humans litter. Its great to see artists turn one mans litter into another woman’s fashion accessory!
I found this website that sells recycled products from artists and crafters around the world. From Africa to Asia, through to the America’s, ACX supplies quality original items for sale on their online shop.
Leather Label Messenger Bag
Indian craftspeople used lots of misprinted leather jeans
labels in this large messenger bag. A small security flap hides a zipper pocket on the large flap closure secured by Velcro. Lined in denim fabric, the inside has zipper that runs the length of the bag, creating secure second storage.
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Recycled Telephone Wire Bowl
This colorful decorative bowl is woven by artisans in South Africa from recycled telephone wire. It measures 4 inches across and 2 inches deep. The pattern of each bowl is slightly different; please allow for slight variations.
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Recycled Poptop Coin Purse
This innovative coin purse is made from reclaimed soda pop tops collected from schools. Each coin purse requires 120 pop tops. Cotton/rayon cord vertically connects the pop tops. Orange lining and zipper.
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