SILING DEMONYO. We are very keen to help this Nueva Ecija farmer, Mang Jose Arenas from Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija. We find his produce to be excellent but we worry so much about his prospects of selling it. NAGA VIPER PEPPER, locally known as Siling Demonyo, once the “World’s Hottest Chili “ (1.38M SHU) before the Carolina Reaper came along. Look at the mountain of peppers that this farmer has! He has a problem, but at the same time he is sitting on a blessing if Rural Rising is able to help him with it. So here is what we are hoping to do. Take as much of his Naga Vipers and give them to you for as low as possible. You remember those Habaneros peppers we briefly had early this year? Those were P600 per kilo. We’ll let you have these peppers—no less potent, just as rare—for near-half price, P360. That’s a great deal for you, this is a great help for Mang Jose. Dry these to make incomparable pepper flakes, roast and preserve in olive oil, or enjoy fresh, we believe ourselves to be the lucky party in this transaction. Hard to find. Share with friends—one friend, one handful is enough to be very much appreciated. And BTW, the “Naga” part has no connection the the city of Naga in Bicol. This is an imported and rare chili. It was created in England by chilli farmer Gerald Fowler of The Chilli Pepper Company. He crossed three of the world’s hottest peppers—namely the Naga Morich, the Bhut Jolokia and the Trinidad Scorpion—and he came up with this. Pain and pleasure sa isang tuklaw.
SILING DEMONYO GROUP BUY. We are hoping for our group to help an extraordinary farmer with his special harvest of hot chilies. Pay only P360 for one full kilo. Click here hen come back here to say “GOT IT!” to show where we are.
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