Having the general appearance of something actually spawned from hell, the Naga Viper is the new hottest chili in the world. It surpasses the hotness of the Bhut Jolokia, or ‘ghost chili’, by more than 300,000 points on the Scoville Heat Scale, and is rumored to be hot enough to strip paint. So, naturally it should be no match for a human colon.
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The photo series has a little fun with some food items — often with some creative wordplay or, at times, getting a bit too literal. Either way, I’d like a Jelly Bean Burrito, pronto.
Recently, we were introduced to the innards-melting 100,000 Scovilles Naga Chilli Vodka — touted as the world’s hottest vodka. Not content with breaking the six-figure heat index, the sick bastards at Master of Malt have doubled their efforts, and created the 250,000 Scovilles Naga Chilli Vodka.
Once again using the Naga Jolokia chili, a.k.a. the Ghost Pepper — the distillers steep them in 80-proof vodka, then filter and bottle it, all while wearing gas masks. Naturally, there is a disclaimer on the product page for those foolish enough to actually buy this, and so that Master of Malt cannot be held responsible for what this product does to you inside and out.
We have created a monster, summoned from the very bowels of hell, formed in a vile carboy filled with a horrid mound of Naga Jolokia chillies (the world’s hottest chillies), steeped in grain vodka. The result is the unspeakable 250,000 Scovilles vodka – a chilli vodka so horrendous we strongly recommend you don’t purchase it.