Carolina Reaper Mash and Puree
In terms of peppers grown worldwide, the Carolina Reaper Pepper now holds the top spot for heat. The Carolina Reaper is regarded as the hottest pepper ever made and is still available on the market, with a Scoville scale (SHU) value above 2 million units. It has a heat level that ranges between 175 to 880 times greater than the average jalapeno pepper.
The Carolina pepper was developed by “Smokin” Ed Currie at his greenhouse in Rock Hill, South Carolina, and in 2017 it broke the record for the highest Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) heat output. A tiny pod, the Carolina Reaper averages 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.6 cm) long and 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) wide. The pods turn a vivid scarlet as they get older. The skin has a tendency to be bumpy, while other individuals may have smoother skin.
The Carolina Reaper is no joke even consumed in very small amounts and only used in sauces and food products that require extreme heat. The peppers can be used to flavor chicken wings, cooked meats, pasta, Asian noodle meals, chilies, stews, and soups when they are incorporated into sauces.
Specification for Carolina Mash and Puree
Alcohol, vinegar, and sodium chloride are used to produce the pepper mash and puree, and contain edible portions of the Carolina Reaper pepper. Barrels with a capacity of 200 kg are used to store the pepper puree and mash. The Mash and Puree pepper is stored in 200-kilos-capacity barrels.
*Note: The sodium chloride in the product is added to the chili peppers by producers that uses the brine to conserve the whole carolina peppers after harvesting before transportation to the Processing Facility.
- Appearance : Coarsely seeded Carolina pepper pieces
- Heat: 1.500.000-2200.000.000 SHU
- Ingredients : Carolina Reaper Pepper, 9.3% alcohol vinegar, water and sodium chloride.
- Color – Red
- Odor: Characteristic
- Aspect: Characteristic
- Temperature: 50-95°F
- Acidity: 5,0–6,5%
- pH: <4,5
- Sodium: 0.5-2%
- Brix: 10°–15°
Hot Pepper Mash and Puree
The hottest pepper growing in Brazil is the Carolina Reaper. This powerful Chili Pepper is generally available in Brazilat select producers and farms.We partner with Local farms in Minas Gerais that produce the peppers, after which they are processed into Mash and Puree and packaged for exportation. The Carolina Reaper pepper is Kosher Certified.