In Assam, India grows the world's hottest pepper called "Bhut Jolokia" in Hindi which when translated means "Ghost Chili". Also called the Naga Jolokia, after the famous Naga warriors of Northern India, who were fearsome headhunters. The Guinness World Records crowned the Bhut Jolokia as the world's spiciest chile in 2007, dethroning the red savina habanero. It has been measured at 855,000 Scoville units up to 1,041,427. Always remember to wear rubber gloves when handling chiles!