August 2010

This has been our biggest month since we started with over 36,000 pages served.

36,000 pages served – August 2010

This is an increase of over 13,000 more that our previous record.

Thank you all for visiting us.

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Fire Foods

Fire Foods

The first sauce made with the Fire Foods Infinity Chilli has been launched by Fire Foods, the first batch of just 40 bottles, so if you want one , order it now.

The infinity chilli was rated at 1,067,286 SHU’s so this could be one of the hottest non-extract sauces available.

Click here to order your bottle while stocks last.

More information when we get a bottle to review
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This month and in thew future we have decided to list our TOP UK sites in order of their UK ranking, we have left in the world ranking as a guide.

The two South West Chilli Farms are now topping the ranking

Pos Site UK World Links
1 www.dartmoorchillifarm.co.uk
21,480
445,927
13
2 www.southdevonchillifarm.co.uk
22,955
423,854
53
3 www.chilefoundry.co.uk
42,448
645,376
27
4 www.scorchio.co.uk
42,532
714,035
37
5 www.chileseeds.co.uk
64,400
798,772
79
6 www.chilliworld.com
80,774
635,285
88
7 www.hotsauceemporium.co.uk
91,739
1,733,403
26
8 www.chillisgalore.co.uk
96,953
530,634
64
9 www.hot-headz.com
106,386
1,186,268
28
10 www.worldofchillies.com
118,379
2,637,288
11
This is based on data from Alexa (data recorded on 30/08/10)

If we had kept using the world ranking www.chillisgalore.co.uk would have drop to 4th instead of 8th, and www.chilliword.com would have been 3rd

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Benington Lordship Chilli Festival 2010

Benington Lordship Chilli Festival 2010


Once again, the hardy British public ignored the changeable weather to visit the 5th annual chilli festival at Bennington.

Not long before we arrived, there had been a torrential downpour and so the grassy car park and the winding road that led to it were both muddy and sodden. This didn’t deter the chilli enthusiasts however – when we entered the grounds of Bennington Lordship, there were, like last year, masses of people of various ages looking around.

There were numerous familiar stalls; many of the stands selling sauces, plants and chilli-themed clothes had returned, as had those selling Turkish delight and chocolate. Also, despite the gale force wind which had stallholders holding down their gazebos (although even this didn’t stop some blowing over…) it was clear to see that the festival had expanded and the number of stalls had risen.

There really was something for everyone there: beautiful scenery, amusing sauce names (“snot” had to be one of the best!) and countless varieties of chilli products to test.

After exploring the festival thoroughly, we wandered back down the hill to the car park. As we did so, a girl passed us, choking and blinking rapidly. I guess some people just can’t handle the heat…


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