@OjChillies Hi. The Infinity was the world record holder in 2011 but was displaced by the Naga Viper. Both are English Chinense varieties
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Here at Kent Chilli Farm near Dartford, we grow chillies from around the world. From America to Europe to Australia. In all, over 50 varieties and 3000 plants. From the plain to the insane, from the prettiest to the meanest! All our plants are grown from seed in our propagation house without pesticides or artificial fertilisers. The environment and a wholly ethical approach to business play a huge part at Kent Chilli Farm. We water our plants with rain water that is collected from the glasshouse roof and recycled materials are used where possible. Alongside the sale of our plants, we produce a range of our own fresh and dried chillies along with chilli powders and chilli sauces, jams and chutneys that are made by hand using our own chillies and other local sourced fruit and vegetables.