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World's Hottest in a Matchbox

World's Hottest in a Matchbox

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Price: 6.45

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The Hottest Chilli in the world in a matchbox...

This fiery gift throws down the gauntlet to anyone who thinks they can take their chilli hot! With a mini bottle of the champion of chillies, Carolina Reaper Chilli Powder, it will bring tears to the eyes of any chilli lover. This is officially the hottest chilli 2014 World Champion, scoring over 2,200,000 on the Scoville scale.

As well as Carolina Reaper, there are two miniature bars of chilli chocolate made to a secret recipe designed to blow your socks off, a 'Chilli Sucks Challenge' card - the challenge - see how long you can suck just one square of this little bar of dynamite. With 24 squares there will be enough to tickle the taste buds of the whole party. All perfectly packaged in a standard sized matchbox.

1 x micro bottle of Carolina Reaper Chilli Powder

2 x mini bars of handmade Chilli Chocolate

1 x Chilli Sucks Challenge Card

Recipe Cards

1 x Collector's Card (designs may vary)

1 x Matchbox (actual size: 5.5cm x 3.6cm x 1.6cm)

Not suitable for children.

If there are any allergens in the ingredients they are marked as bold.
Produce of UK / Packed in UK

•  Manufacturer (or, UK Distributor / Reseller) :

    Spices of India
    Cedar Trade Park
    Cobham Road
    Ferndown Industrial Estate
    Dorset, UK
    BH21 7SD

"Dear Spices of India, I only found your site recently and have ordered two lots from you, both arrived very quickly, I am impressed and will order more. My first attempt at Lamb Rogan Josh this weekend turned out just as good as a restaurant. How about adding a Dansak SpiceNTice? Well done and thanks."

- Tony Little