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Simpson’s Seeds – Great Wight Bite Chilli Sauce

Now I have very fond memories of the Isle of Wight, golden sands, long summers, coloured sands and dinosaurs slowly falling into the sea! The island was my parents holiday destination of choice through most of the 80′s, a...
 
 
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Chilli Alchemy – Red Onion & Chipotle Chutney

In the thesaurus, the word ‘Alchemy’ means the transformation of base metals into gold, this term can be transferred into the culinary world quite easily, and here we have Chilli Alchemy with their Red Onion & C...
 

 
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Capsicana – Hot Bhut Jolokia Chilli Sauce

Good morrow chilli heads. Scooby here with another sauce to titillate the taste buds of all you fellow chilli craving lunatics. Today’s sauce is Hot Bhut Jolokia from Capsicana Chilli Co Ltd which looks to be their hottes...
 
 
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The Bubblegum 7 Pot

Over the last couple of years there has been an explosion of new varieties/hybrids of chillies emerging from all over the world. There is a very competitive race to come up with a new stable variety with a unique feature. The m...
 
 
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T-Rev’s Stiff Willi Chili Texas Chili Mix

John reviews T-Rev’s Stiff Willi Chili Texas Chili Mix, used to make the chili that T-Rev based his pepper sauce off. It preps in 15-20 mins & is pretty simple. |
 

 
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The Carolina Reaper Pepper – HP22B World Record Holder?

We at Chilefoundry reported back in November 2011 about this mysterious “HP22B” pepper which seemed to suddenly appear on the scene with apparent consistant lab test results showing its heat at an average of 1.5 SHU...
 
 
 
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News – The Sauceman’s Satchel

Have you ever been to work, gone on a weekend away camping or business trip abroad and thought “I wish I could have taken some of my hot sauce or chilli powder with me?” but the bottle was too big for the liquid to ...
 

 
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Master of Malt 250,000 SHU Naga Vodka

In my time I have tasted many different chilli vodka’s, admittedly many were homemade by friends. In fact I made my own with whole Naga’s which would strip the enamel off teeth and was totally undrinkable.I had never tasted a m...
 
 
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There is a new Editor at The Chilefoundry…….

A little while ago David Floyd announced that as the site had reached 1000,000 page views, it seemed a good time for him to take more of a back seat and step down as Editor. David has worked tirelessly on this site, making it w...
 
 
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Week of Mild: Day 7: Cin Chili Serrano Hot Sauce

  Our final review for our Week of Mild series features Cin Chili & Company’s Serrano Hot Sauce. You’ll want to have this sauce on hand for any upcoming football gatherings as it is perfect doused over you...