In defense of our Tropical Donne Sali super hot pepper considered by the island locals as the worlds hottest, we have taken the hotness challenge between Red Savina (supposedly a record holder for hotness) and our super hot Donne Sali.
Our Red Savina seeds were bought several months ago from a fellow ebayer, however, we can’t confirm whether our hot pepper plant is actually the Red Savina; so after approximately 3 – 4 months, our Red Savina hot pepper plant fruited and provided us ripe Red Savina hot peppers to initiate our hotness test. After stirring up fish dipping sauce mix (soy sauce, fresh lemon Cheena, diced round and green onions, garlic and crushed Red Savina hot pepper) which we used with our meal, we can honestly say that we could not tell the difference in hotness. Although the Red Savina is hot, it would take about 15 to 20 peppers of our tiny Donne Sali to equal the size of one Red Savina pepper; had we used that number of Donne Sali peppers in our sauce mix, the intense heat would have been mind boggling super hot.
Based on our taste test, we have concluded that our Donne Sali super hot pepper is hotter, and reigns as hotness champ over the Red Savina. Our next challenger is the Dorset Naga, which we will soon be reporting.
Seeds packed fresh on date of purchase with planting instructions included. Planting information assistance is gladly provided on request.