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Pepper X
SpeciesCapsicum chinense
BreederEd Currie
OriginRock Hill, South Carolina, United States
Exceptionally hot
Scoville scale3,180,000 reported SHU

Pepper X is a cultivar of Capsicum chili pepper bred by Ed Currie, creator of the Carolina Reaper.[1][2] Pepper X resulted from multiple cross breedings which produced an exceptionally high content of capsaicin in the locules of the pepper.[2]

Pepper X was made into a sauce for the YouTube series Hot Ones.[1] Currie stated that it is "two times as hot as the Carolina Reaper" which would make it the hottest pepper in the world with a Scoville scale of 3.18 million units, but this is unconfirmed by the Guinness World Records.[1][3]

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Hot Ones collaboration

The Pepper X is the pepper ingredient of 'The Last Dab'. It was announced to replace Blair's Mega Death Sauce as the hottest sauce in the lineup for Season 4.[4] As of September 14, 2017, the sauce is available for sale.[1] Pepper X was first shown on the First We Feast channel on September 19, 2017, in the video titled Everything You Need to Know About The Last Dab, the Hottest Sauce on Hot Ones.[3]


  1. ^ a b c d Elizabeth Licata (23 September 2017). "Pepper X is the new hottest pepper in the world". The Daily Meal. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 15 December 2017.
  2. ^ a b Saelinger, Tracy (29 September 2017). "'World's hottest pepper' will make you choke, sweat and cry for mercy". Today, NBC News. Retrieved 17 December 2017.
  3. ^ a b First We Feast (2017-09-19). "Everything You Need to Know About The Last Dab, the Hottest Sauce on Hot Ones". Retrieved 2017-09-19.
  4. ^ First We Feast (2017-07-13), Season Four Hot Sauce Lineup, REVEALED | Hot Ones, retrieved 2017-09-19
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