A strain coming straight from Nagaland as featured in Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escapes!
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As you will have guessed, naga chillies originate from Nagaland in India and have been used for centuries, not only because of the heat (approx. 1 million SHU) and flavour they bring to traditional dishes but also because they made a pretty good biological weapon during war times and were even used to smoke out foxes and rodents. The plant itself is high yielding with up to 150 fruits if cared for well throughout the season. The pods are conical and are about 2 inches long for half an inch wide.