Get ready to ride the scorpion! If you think you have what it takes to handle this fiery concoction, then strap in and brace yourself for the sweet sting of the scorpion. Native to Trinidad, the Scorpion chile pepper offers a bold heat like the ghost chile. With a fruity citrus flavor, and its well defined "tail" that gives it its name. The Trinidad Scorpion pepper, which ripens from green to orange to red, is rumored to be even hotter than the bhut jolokia, which currently holds the Guinness World Records title of world’s hottest chile pepper. A portion of bottle sales helps to fund research and education at Chile Pepper Institute at New Mexico State University-where spiciness is a religion.