Our Ghost Peppers, also known as Naga Jolokia and Bhut Jolokia, come directly to us from the source in Nagaland, India - the only place that you can find true Ghost Peppers. Our Ghost Peppers pods pack comes in a professionally packaged and sealed, resealable pouch stuffed with 30-40 premium whole dried Ghost Peppers per ounce.
What's more our peppers are slowly dried to perfection and have the texture of dried apricots. Don't be fooled by others selling their dried and brittle Ghost Peppers that lack flavor and heat. These are the top-of-the-line, premium quality, and once you get past all that heat you will find our Ghost Peppers have an amazing taste.
Peppers Per Pouch: The size of the peppers varies, these are estimates, you may get more or less depending on the size of each pepper.
half oz ~ 17 peppers
1 ounce ~ 35 peppers
2 oz ~ 70 peppers
4 oz ~ 137 peppers
8 oz ~ 280 peppers
16 oz ~ 560 peppers
1 kg (2.2 lbs) ~ 1,120 peppers
Suggested Uses: If you're looking to make some intense wings, add a fiery kick to your favorite salsa, or spice up any dish this is the pepper for you.
Warning: You should always wear gloves and handle Ghost Peppers with caution. We suggest wearing gloves and a long sleeve shirt when handling the product. Even the smallest amount on your skin will cause you extreme irritation.
Frequently Asked Questions About Ghost Peppers
How hot are Ghost Peppers?
On the Scoville Scale Ghost Peppers are rated at 1,041,427 Scoville Heat Units. This is the rating of the hottest Ghost Pepper tested which makes Ghost Peppers 130 times hotter than the hottest Hatch Green Chiles which only have 8,000 Scoville Heat Units.
Can you die from eating a Ghost Pepper? While anything is possible, the general answer to this question is no. You could die if you had a serve allergic reaction, choked on the pepper, or overreact mentally so much that it causes you to have a medical condition such as a heart attack. Other than that you would have to consume at least 3 lbs. of Ghost Peppers to even ingest a dangerous amount of capsaicin, what gives peppers heat, and it is highly unlikely you would ever get close to eating that amount without having an upset belly where your body rejects the pepper preventing you from consuming more.