Introducing Pepper X! In an electrifying announcement, Guinness unveiled the sensational achievement by Ed Currie and the PuckerButt team: Pepper X had not just broken, but obliterated their own previous record. The audacious Pepper X registered an awe-inspiring average of 2.69 million Scoville Heat Units, making it a scorching sensation that leaves the Carolina Reaper, with its modest 1.64 million Scovilles, in the dust.
Ed Currie is so hot, that even the sun takes notes from him! Ed’s the mastermind behind the Carolina Reaper, a pepper so fiery, it’s practically the superhero of the pepper world, hotter than the heat police use to keep the unruly criminals in check. But guess what, folks? Ed’s just outdone himself, and it’s like watching a spicy soap opera unfold right before our eyes!
Hold onto your hats (and your glasses of milk), because Ed Currie has smashed his very own world record, and it’s hotter than the sunbathing on the surface of a star. The man’s pepper prowess knows no bounds! What’s the name of this firecracker, you ask? Pepper X, ladies and gents! It’s so scorching, the mere sight of it can make you break a sweat. And if you thought the Carolina Reaper was the ultimate spice champion, think again, because Pepper X just snatched the title of the world’s hottest pepper right from under its fiery nose.
Ed’s been on a decade-long quest to whip up a pepper that can deliver what he calls “immediate, brutal heat.” We’re not talking about your grandma’s mild salsa here; we’re talking about a pepper that’ll have you questioning every life decision you’ve ever made, especially the one that led you to take a bite of this scalding sensation. If you’re ever in the mood for an unforgettable culinary adventure, Pepper X’s got you covered.
When Ed took that first, brave bite, it didn’t just warm his heart—it practically set his entire body on fire! It was like his taste buds were tap-dancing in a volcano, and his tongue was on an adrenaline-fueled rollercoaster ride. We’re talking about a pepper that gives “spicy” a whole new meaning, making your taste buds tango and leaving you with a burning desire for more (or maybe just some ice cream to put out the flames).
Ed Currie, the Pepper Picasso of South Carolina, has given the world Pepper X, a pepper that’s so hot, even the sun would say, “Hold my rays.” It’s a pepper record-breaker, a spicy sensation, and a culinary adventure all rolled into one. And, as Ed would probably tell you, it’s the kind of heat that’ll leave you with a tale to tell, even if you shed a few spicy tears along the way!
“I was feeling the heat for three-and-a-half hours. Then the cramps came,” said Currie, one of only five people so far to eat an entire Pepper X. “Those cramps are horrible. I was laid out flat on a marble wall for approximately an hour in the rain, groaning in pain.”