The ‘superhots’ are habanero chillies that measure over 500,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), and given the right environment are capable of reaching a million SHU or more. The heat levels we quote are from tests we’ve had done at Sea Spring Seeds on the whole crop, not on individual fruit quoting just the highest result.

All superhot chillies must be treated with great care and respect. We have three rules: never dare, never bet and NEVER trick someone into eating a superhot chilli.

For information on heat levels in chillies please click here.

  • A collection of superhot chillies
  • Bengle Naga
    • Bengle Naga

      A prolific superhot chilli producing pale green, almost white, fruit that ripen to a red and have a fruity, “bubbble-gum” flavour.

      Heat level: up to 950,000 SHU

    • Bengle Naga
    • £5.00
  • Dorset Naga
    • Dorset Naga

      Once the hottest chilli in the world, the fruit have a wonderful compelling aromatic flavour. Productive, versatile plants.

      Heat level: up to 1,221,000 SHU

    • Dorset Naga
    • £6.00
  • Dorset Zinger
    • Dorset Zinger

      A superhot chilli that has fruit with a very different surface appearance to other superhot chillies.

      Heat level: approx. 1,060,000 SHU

    • Dorset Zinger
    • £5.00
  • Moruga Scorpion
    • Moruga Scorpion

      A legendary superhot chilli that lives up to its reputation with fruit well over a million SHU.

      Heat level: approx. 1,120,000 SHU

    • Moruga Scorpion
    • £5.00