At Chilli Mash Company we pride ourselves on one of the finest super hot chilli crops available in the UK.

We grow our crop from Defra accredited seed stock to ensure that our chillies are 100% genuine.

What are we growing in 2021?

(Full list available below)

  • Jalapeno hot peppers at the market

    Jalapeno Chilli

    Fresh Jalapeño Chilli – UK grown, hand-picked on the farm and delivered direct to your door. Our exceptionally high-quality chilli pods are rated at between 2,500 and 10,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). The Jalapeño is delicious both raw, roasted or cooked in Mexican dishes.

  • Aji Limon

    Aji Limon

    Deceptively pretty, this is a hot pepper with a sting in its tail. Growing on a vine-like plant and native to Peru, the bright yellow, crinkled, cone-shaped fruits take a marathon 100 days to mature from their unripe green state. Popular in Peru but practically unknown elsewhere in the world..Read More

  • Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia)

    Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia)

    The Bhut Jolokia is also known as Bih Jolokia, Ghost Chilli and often confused with the Naga chilli. The Bhut jolokia is an exceptionally hot hybrid chilli, cultivated in the Indian states of Assam, Nagaland and Manipur. Ripe peppers can be up to 9cm long with either red, yellow, orange..Read More

  • Naga Morich

    Naga Morich

    The Naga Morich or ‘snake chilli’ is a variety related to the Naga Jolokia. Native to both the Sylhet region of Bangladesh and northeastern India, the small to medium-sized shrubs bear peppers which ripen from green through yellow and orange to red. Sweet and slightly tart in flavour, it also..Read More

  • Carolina Reaper Chilli - Worlds Hottest Chilli

    Carolina Reaper

    The Carolina Reaper, a cross between the Habanero and Naga chillies, was confirmed as the world’s hottest chilli in November 2013 with an average heat rating of 1,569,300 SHU. Ed Currie, the chilli grower responsible for the creation of the Carolina Reaper, says his interest in chillies became more serious..Read More

Where & how is our crop grown?

Most of our crop is currently UK grown under glass, however we are progressively branching out into warmer climates to ensure 365day per year supply. Since 2017 we’ve grown Scotch Bonnet, Bird Eye (fresh & dried) and Yellow Habanero in Rwanda (East Africa).

We do regular Scoville testing of our own chillies to ensure that the heat levels are inline with the lists shown.

To place an order or make an enquiry about fresh chilli email or visit our contact us page.

Our minimum order for fresh chilli is currently 1kg. However, this can be a mix of varieties and we regularly supply chilli eating competitions.

Contract Growing

Let us grow for you! With our years of experience, we’re ideally placed to grow any type of chilli to whatever volume you require. Email us today

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AMAZING everything, second order just arrived, even better than the first (and that is saying something). Superb quality, price and delivery 5*s doesn’t seem adequate!

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Great products, swift delivery. Been making hot sauces with the fresh Scotch Bonnet & Habaneros and they’re fantastic.

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The superhot chillies we are growing currently are:

Yellow Fatali 125,000–325,000 Shu
Scotch Bonnet 350,000 – 450,000 Shu
Orange Habanero 350,000 – 450,000 Shu
Yellow Habanero 350,000 – 450,000 Shu
Naga Morich 900,000 -1,100,000 Shu
Ghost Pepper 950,000 – 1,100,000 Shu
Armageddon – 1,400,000 Shu
Moruga Scorpion 1,500,000
Carolina Reaper 1.6m – 2.2m Shu

We also grow a few milder varieties:
Aji Lemon
Red Fireflame (A cayenne species)
Black Bullet Jalapeño
Finger Chilli
Red Jalapeño
Serenade (Red)
African Birds Eye