heat Is the HP22B the new hottest pepper in the world?

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What is interesting about the article I posted is that it has a link to a lengthy discussion on this very forum about a month ago about this same strain. :)
Sounds Familiar *Subaru* But I Sure will love to get my hands on some seeds this year so next year I Can Try It but by then There would be probably a few Hotter than that.
Last I heard Ed wasn't applying for the Guiness record anymore. He still seems to think it costs tens of thousands of dollars to apply

Hehe, I've never heard of a pepper with hallucinogenic qualities, maybe the gentleman accidently stumbled on the Merciless pepper of Quetzalacatenango, grown and cultivated by the inmates of a Guatemalan insane asylum (Simpsons nerds will know the one ;)), I hope to stumble accross it myself one day, a peyote/pepper cross, what a thing that would be!!! As for the HP22B, that'd definitely be worth a go to
The Trinidad Moruga is 2,000,000 scovilles. see- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/16/worlds-hottest-pepper_n_1281449.html

This isn't even close.
The Trinidad Moruga is 2,000,000 scovilles. see- http://www.huffingto..._n_1281449.html

This isn't even close.

First off, ONE test of a TSM group rated that high, there were ALSO a significant amount that rated below the 1 mil mark....testing was questionable and it has been debated for hours on here....

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This topic has been discussed ad nausea and these threads will provide more insight.
I didn't mean to add to the contraversy regarding the TSM. I didn't know there was any. It is clear to me that there can be great heat level differences between different batches. Last year, I ate a Fataiil that was hotter than a dried Bhut that I ate the year before.
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