Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Naga Viper Challenge
Well here we are, back from Edinburgh after a great weekend with Barry Murphy and Mark Golder from Team Extreme for the Naga Viper Challenge. As some of you will know this is all in the name of the Brittle Bones Society (Barry’s daughter is sadly affected by Brittle Bones disease) as we thought it would be a good idea to sacrifice our tastebuds, oesophagus, stomachs and overall wellbeing for a good cause!
We hope to put The Devil's Garden edit of the video up within the next 24 hours so watch this space. The Chilli Pepper Company’s Naga Viper being a natural hot sauce (although as most of you are aware, the naga viper chilli has recently won the title of hottest chilli in the world so not your average jalapeno) the contestants handled things pretty well considering, although hours later stomachs still hadn’t really settled.
Hiccups were of course in order for the boss of the Devil’s Garden but at least he didn’t look like a stroke victim which is what happened when he tried another sauce from the Chilli Pepper Company i.e 10 Minute Burn! Another particular contestant ended up with some residue of the sauce in her eyes when she rubbed them without thinking which prompted much laughter and some pretty good swearing so overall, a good night for chilli madness!
The naga viper is definitely a chilli that anybody should try, even if just smeared on a toothpick as the flavour is really incredible although hard to describe unless you try it so make sure to get your hands on some of the Chilli Pepper Company Hot Sauce before limited stock runs out!
It’s also never too late to donate for the Brittle Bones Society and anything you can spare would be much appreciated: http://www.justgiving.com/nagaviperchallenge
We would like to thank Team Extreme again for their great hospitality and invitation to take part in what hopefully is the start of many more charity chilli challenges!
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