Game enough to eat one of the hottest chilli's in the world?
Well here is the chance to grow your own - whether you take the plunge and eat it is up to you!
The Trinidad moruga scorpion or the Scorpion Chilli was rated the Guinness World Record and Chile Pepper Institute hottest chilli, delivering 1.4 million Scoville heat units (SHUs) onto your tastebuds in one chilli (for reference a Jalapeño is 10,000 SHU's). The plant is native to Trinidad and Tobago, but can be grown from seeds in most parts of the world.
Simply open up the can, which is jam packed with nutrient rich soil and the worlds evilest chilli seed, and let the seed sprout in partial sunlight, then transfer it a garden bed in full sunlight for 3-4 weeks of growing (on a side note, take this time to mentally prepare yourself and your tastebuds).