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TheChilliGuyBlog mixed superhot chillies

Welcome to TheChilliGuy Blog

Welcome to TheChilliGuy blog we are great lovers and growers of  super hot chillies. We grow chillies like the Dorset Naga, the Bhut Jolokia and the Carolina Reaper. We (there are 2 of us!) love to grow chillies right here in the UK. Located in the East of England on the borders of Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Norfolk we have a wonderful climate to produce some quite amazing quality fresh chillies.

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Carolina Reaper Chilli – Image ©


TheChilliGuy Blog – Chilli Festivals

Chilli Festivals are very popular in the UK so we are planning to attend as many of them as possible this season – if you have a Chilli related event you are welcome to send us information and a weblink – we will be delighted to back link from our site here. You can contact us here

 About us

We have been growing super hot chillies now since 2008 starting off purely as a hobby and giving any surplus to friends and family. You can buy our fresh fruit (September to December) through this site and on eBay so why not give some a try as they are great for adding to curries, soups, stews and anything that benefits for a bit of heat?

We also planning to make home-made chutneys and chilli pastes that will be available available all year whilst

Carolina Reaper Pods from The Chilli Guy
Dried Carolina Reaper Chilli Pods at The Chilli Guy farm. Image © 2020 TheChilliGuy

stock last so pop over to our online SHOP and have a look at what we have for sale. Depending on the time of year we will have fresh super hot chillies like the amazing Ghost Pepper and Carolina Reaper as well as Chilli Chutney and dried chillies. You can find out more about Carolina Reaper here and Ghost Peppers here

We hope you will share your love of all things chilli and especially the super-hot varieties – please get in touch to share your photographs and experiences with TheChilliGuy Blog using the Contact Us form or by leaving a comment.

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New Chilli Varieties Sown

For the last few years we have been growing the famous Dorset Naga, Bengle Naga, Dorset Zinger, Bhut Jolokia and Fire chillies. This year we have decided to trial new chilli varieties  with a view to scaling up production next year. To allow this we have had to get some land and acquire a new poly tunnel to house our growing family of chillies.

New chilli varieties sown for  are:

  1. 7 Pod Brainstrain Red -awesome name!
  2. Guntur Sannam
  3. Katie
  4. Kashmiri Mirch
  5. Burmese Naga
  6. Moruga Scorpion – (on a side note, I love the way my predictive software tries to change Moruga to morgue – the Morgue Scorpion 🙂 )
  7. Fatalii Jigsaw ( predictive text now wants to rename Fatalii to fatal 🙂 – The Fatal Jigsaw Super Hot Chilli!)
  8. Defcon 7 (and predictably Defcon is a Deacon Chilli .. )
  9. 7 Pot Chaguanas

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Super Hot Chilli Seedlings are here

Super Hot Chilli Seedlings

It is always an amazing sight to me when the new season chilli seedlings start to appear –  Our 2016 super hot Chilli Seedlings are no exception. This season the first seeds to be sown were the Dorset Naga, Bengle Naga’s, Dorset Zingers, Fire Chillies, Carolina Reaper, Bhut Jolokia Red, Bhut Jolokia White, Bhut Jolokia Chocolate,  Red Scorpion, and Yellow Scorpion.

Chillies can be slow to germinate so patience is required (not easy for me!) The germination rates after 20 days are :

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Super Hot Chilli Season starts

Super Hot Chilli Season Starts

Our 2016 chilli season starts today and following a great 2015 with our Dorset Nagas, Bengle Nagas and Fire super-hot Chillies. We are looking forward to a great 2016 with many more new super-hot chillies added to our trials. We have added Trinidad Scorpion, Butch T Red (great name isn’t it), Naga Bhut Jolokia (the old favourite), Naga Bhut Jolokia White, Moruga Scorpion, Naga Bhut Jolokia Chocolate, Moruga Scorpion Yellow and the awesome current world record holding Carolina Reaper – what a collection of super-hot chillies.


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