Most people who eat a fresh Carolina Reaper will be projectile vomiting in the three to four minutes.— Sean Freeman, Living Seeds
The hellishly hot Carolina Reaper is so hot you literally need to wear gloves when handling it.
It is the hottest chilli pepper in the world, according the Guinness World Records.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Living Seeds founder Sean Freeman about “hot as hell” innovation in the chili industry.
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I think it’s a gimmick.— Sean Freeman, Living Seeds
There has been reports of people getting hospitalised.— Sean Freeman, Living Seeds
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