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There are so many urban myths about chillies and eating spicy food in general. Our spicy blog supports or debunks these myths giving you the factual information on everything related to spice whether it’s fun fiery facts, world records or even nutritional information for your health – we cover it all!

Fiery-Facts #3 – Mike Jack

Mick Jack, amazingly, set the record for the most Bhut Jolokia eaten set a Guinness World Record speed mark by eating three Carolina Reaper peppers ― the world’s hottest chili pepper ― in 9.72 seconds. Guinness noted in a video of his feat that showcased on…

Fiery-Facts #2 – ‘Atomik Menace’ Johnson

Dustin ‘Atomik Menace’ Johnson, the record holder, set out to eat 75 reapers, but managed to work his way through every single Chilli at the table, a whopping 122 Carolina Reapers. Not only has no one topped this record, the last man to attempt it, Greg Foster, fell…

Fiery-Facts #1 – Ed Currie, Pepper X

Ed Currie is famous for his Carolina Chilli, but has supposedly made a ‘Pepper X’, even hotter than the Reaper! WHAT IS PEPPER X? “Pepper X” is the temporary name for the chili pepper bred by Ed Currie of Puckerbutt Pepper Company, the same man…

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