Some news..and a new hot sauce: Pain in the Bhut!

New Hot Sauce!

The Bhut Jolokia, also known as the Ghost Pepper, is a legend in the chilli world.  In 2007 it was certified by Guinness World Records as the worlds hottest pepper. That really kicked off the race to create even hotter chillies. Even though the Bhut Jolokia is no longer rated as the worlds hottest chilli pepper, it is no slouch at over 1 million Scoville heat units!

I developed this recipe so that the delicious Bhut Jolokia flavour is dominant, with the other ingredients coming together to compliment the taste and take it to another level! I made sure to use a more subtle vinegar with the White Wine Vinegar, but not too much. Instead, I added some water so that the vinegar wasn’t too overwhelming. This is a hot one!

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p.s. You may have noticed a new “mascot” on the bottle. I talked about this in my last livestream. This will be what I use in the future to show the heat of my sauce and spice (the facial expression should give an indication)! I am still trying to figure out a name for the little guy, so if you have any good ideas, please get in contact

Pricing Improvements

I am constantly trying to improve prices, to be fair to you as well as to myself. As I am able to improve efficiency while making my sauces and spices, bottling, labelling etc., I will constantly revise my pricing to reflect this. As a result, I have decided to permanently reduce the price of my Blazing Buffalo eXtreme Hot Sauce by 15%.

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You may have also noticed there are some better prices and options with shipping too! There is now an economy option to the USA, which is similarly priced to shipping to Europe. 

A massive thank you

I hope that you and your loved ones are staying safe in these times of turmoil. It can be easy to be overwhelmed by everything that is going on in the world. I try to focus on one positive thing each day, big or small! It may be some new chillies forming from my flowers, or seeing the ladybugs visiting my plants. My positive focus today is how fortunate I am to know all of you, for the support you give me…and that is a big one!

Stay Safe and Stay Spicy!

From ChilliChump and Mrs ChilliChump

2 thoughts on “Some news..and a new hot sauce: Pain in the Bhut!”

  1. you had replied to me on this issue, but didn’t reply to my reply, but no worries I know you’re busy. I restored some red dried habs and they didn’t ferment, I had put in a garlic clove crushed well 1/2 teaspoon salt, pinch of sugar, and about a tablespoon of Cardamom (can you use too much? The seeds I ground were from SWAD and were already peeled, after 4 days I put in a little cabbage and saw some minor fizz around the cabbage that didn’t amount to much. You asked me the temp I used. I started it on a propagation matt at around 72F took it off after a day to the normal counter Temp at around 67F. Well its been 10 days and I believe its ruined. I opened it and it smelled ok, not great, but ok. I put 1/4 of a cabbage in my food processor and then dumped it in the bag and sucked the air out with my hand held sucker. Where can I buy some starter so in an emergency I can keep a batch from being destroyed? Thanks much, Jim

    1. Where did you message me Jim? I get about 200-300 emails, instant messages, comments etc every day, so, unfortunately, some get missed. One of the reasons I have Patreon, is to be able to focus my time and attention. Have a look, may be something of interest for you (

      Did you measure the salt as a percentage of the overall fermentation? It is important to get the ratios right, as I discuss in my videos.

      Did you add fresh peppers when you added the dried? Have a look at my video where I show how to ferment with dried chillies.

      If your fermentation hasn’t started after 10 days…I wouldn’t risk trying to continue with it. I would measure the pH to see whether it has been fermenting (some fermentations don’t release as much co2 as others, so that isn’t the best indicator).

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