Developed in South Carolina, the Carolina Reaper held the Guinness World Record for the hottest pepper. It averages around 1.6 million Scoville Heat Units (SHU) and can peak over 2.2 million SHU.
Native to Trinidad, this pepper is extremely hot, measuring up to 2 million SHU. It was once considered the world's hottest pepper.
Originating from Trinidad, this pepper is known for its dark brown color and extremely high heat, reaching around 1.8 million SHU.
Developed in the UK, this hybrid pepper measures around 1.4 million SHU and is among the hottest in the world.
A hybrid pepper developed in the UK, the Naga Viper recorded over 1.3 million SHU at one point, making it one of the hottest peppers.
Previously holding the title of the world's hottest pepper, the Ghost Pepper averages around 1 million SHU and is still widely known for its extreme spiciness.
Commonly found in the Caribbean, the Scotch Bonnet pepper is extremely hot, measuring between 100,000 to 350,000 SHU.
This variety of cauliflower contains anthocyanins, which provide antioxidant properties. It offers vitamins C and K, and its colorful nature adds visual appeal to meals.