From Trinidad, it's said that one 7 Pot/Pod Douglah will spice seven pots of stew. An extremely hot chili, multiple strains of the 7 Pot have surfaced.
A cross between the Naga Morich and Trinidad 7 Pot, The 7 Pot Primo has a fruity/floral flavor and is extremely hot.
The 7 Pot Brown is a relatively new variation on the original Trinidad 7 Pot superhots. Ripe pods are brown in color, with the white internal membrane.
The 7 Pot Infinity held the World Record for the world’s hottest chili pepper for two weeks in 2011, before it was ousted by the Naga Viper chili.
In 2007, the Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) was certified as the hottest Chili Pepper on the planet, but no longer holds that title.