Bhut Jolokia Maroon (s)

fruit of chilli pepper: Bhut Jolokia Maroon
flower of chilli pepper: Bhut Jolokia Maroon
plant of chilli pepper: Bhut Jolokia Maroon
leaf of chilli pepper: Bhut Jolokia Maroon
speciesCapsicum chinense
varietyBhut Jolokia Maroon
heat [SHU]800,000 - 1,000,000
average length x diameter [mm]60 x 25
average fruit weight [g]6
average plant height x diameter [cm]100 x 60
max. leaf length x width [mm]155 x 85
originCzech republic


  • thin-walled, oblong, bumpy and wrinkled
  • brown-red colour
  • often 6-8 cm in length, 2.5-3.5 cm in diameter
  • extreme heat with early onset
  • subtle and unmistakable aroma
  • CAUTION: the brownish droplets on the inner walls of ripe fruit may burn your skin


  • pointed, ovoid, smooth and veiny leaves
  • up to 150 cm tall
  • branched, with a firm stem
  • white or green-white flowers


  • longer vegetation period and ripening of the fruit
  • bettern sown in January, seedlings thrive in additional lighting
  • cultivate ideally in a properly ventilated glass or plastic green-house


  • extremely hot sauce
  • dried and ground for seasoning


  • 2007-2012: Guniess world record holder for the hottest chilli (red Bhut Jolokia)
  • originated in the states of Assam and Nagaland in India
  • the original regional varieties have a wide variability of phenotype


  • Bhot Jolokia Maroon
  • Naga Jolokia Maroon

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