Win the worlds hottest chilli sauce

For a seriously hot Bonfire Night this November 5, add a dash of South Devon Chilli Farm’s Extreme Bhut Jolokia Sauce to your cooking.

For a seriously hot Bonfire Night this November 5, add a dash of South Devon Chilli Farm’s Extreme Bhut Jolokia Sauce to your cooking.

Used in your favourite chilli-con-carne or curry dish it is guaranteed to take away the predicted chill. The only thing it’s going to be competing with in terms of how hot it is is the bonfire!

This Extreme sauce is for those who like really hot sauces. The sauce is made simply from Bhut Jolokia chillies, red peppers, cider vinegar, lemon juice and just a little salt. The flavour of the Bhut Jolokia is very similar to that of Habanero chillies. Add the sauce very sparingly to your creation, just a little at a time until you reach the desired level of heat. It is not recommended to be used as a condiment.

Discovered in 2000 in Assam in India, the World’s hottest chilli - the Bhut Jolokia (pronounced ‘Boot Jol-ok-ee-er’) - was reported as being twice as hot as the previous record holder, the Red Savina Habanero.


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The South Devon Chilli Farm’s Extreme Bhut Jolokia Sauce (100ml, �6) is widely available in delis and independent stores across the UK and is also available to buy online at www.southdevonchillifarm.co.uk. It was awarded gold in the ‘Great Taste’ awards 2010 and is hot enough to start a fire!

Also available in the Extreme range are the South Devon Chilli Farm’s Extreme Bhut Jolokia Mash (227g, �6.00) and Extreme Chilli Chocolate (at least 100g, �3.60). To set the Extreme products apart from their other products, a Skull-and-Crossbones logo on the labels says it all.

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? The Exmouth Journal has joined with the South Devon Chilli Farm to offer one of its readers the chance to win a �20 voucher to spend at the chilli farm Cafe and ten other runner up prizes of a bottle of Bhut Jolokia.

All you have to do is answer this simple question:

‘What is the world’s hottest chilli called?

Send your answer on a postcard, along with your name, address and telephone number, to:

Chilli Farm Competition, Archant South West, Fair Oak Close, Exeter Airport Business Park, Clyst Honiton, EX5 2UL.

Answers must be in by Friday, November 11.

or enter online by following the link to the right.

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