Enhancing the heat of the world’s finest hot chilli products without any sacrifice to the uniqueness of the flavors with which they complement.
To ensure the ongoing quality and commitment to our customers’ needs.
Where you will find some of the rarest and hottest chilli seeds to be found. For many years we have been collecting chilli seeds from all over the world to enable us to supply you with a large assortment of fine chilli seeds. Within our private collection we have well over 2000 varieties, strains and unique hybrids At JungleRain we grow all our own organic chilli to be processed into our hot chilli products. Each year at the beginning of winter we begin with the indoor germination of all our selected range of chillis for that year. All plants are grown under lights until spring where they are then acclimatized out doors in greenhouses till the spring weather becomes warmer.
Towards the end of summer we begin the harvesting of the chilli pods for the production of our hot sauces and other chilli products. Most of the chillis are processed fresh at this time, with percentages being dried for our chilli powders. We have been working on our sauce recipes for many years now, developing many varieties of hot chilli sauce and hot wasabi mustard, an exquisite mix of flavors and aromas with a range of customers’ heat tolerances. Our sauces are unique in that they are combined with a fruit base with spice that compliments both the flavour and the heat. We also have a large recipe base developed by us to expand on in the coming years.More hot sauces, dry chilli powders, mixes and rubs, chilli pastes, chilli chocolate and chilli drinks just to name a few.
Experience the Flavour, Feel the Burn
Currently the world record for the hottest chilli variety in the world with the Guinness Book of Records is the “Trinidad Scorpion, Butch T”. This chilli has a scovile rating of almost 1,500,000 shu (the average green jalapeno has a rating of 2,500 to 5,000 shu and the average Thai chilli has a rating of 50,000 to 100,000 shu). As of 7th February the new unofficial World Record Holder is the “Trinidad Scorpion Morouga” coming in at Fiery 2,009,231. SHU