May 2015

The Clifton Chilli Club are in New York filming this review in Main Street Park, Brooklyn, New York, with The Brooklyn Bridge and lower Manhattan sky line including the new One World Trade Centre in the background (No it is not a special effect, they really did go just for this review as you can tell from the sound).

Tasting spoons ready, scene set, so lets crack this hot chilli sauce open and review it. Tabañero is made with the Habanero chili and originally born in the Tabasco region of Mexico and now is made in the USA.

Ingredients: Select Habañero Peppers, Carrots, Onions, Key Lime Juice, Agave, Garlic, Salt and Grapefruit Seed Extract.

Also stocked and available from:
USA iBurn USD $6.00
UK Hot-Headz GBP £4.99
Canada Chilly Chiles CAD $11.95

Prices correct at the time of publishing (E&OE)


Warrington Chilli Fiesta 2015This weekend (16 May 2015 & 17 May 2015) you can visit the 1st Warrington Chilli Fiesta it is being held at Walton Hall & Garden grounds.

The event starts at 10am and closes at 5:30pm each day, they are expecting 25 chilli producers as well as food stalls just encase you feel hungry.

More details on the event web site.


Double Whammy double Jammy, well jelly. From we bring to you today mild and hot pepper jelly. Both products are of authentic Caribbean origin with the herbs and flavours. Despite it being Caribbean born and bred these two pots are from London where they are currently being made. Ingredients are pretty straight forward being mainly apple pectin,vinegar and 13.2% chillis. I found it strange that both of these have exactly the same ingredients but are different colour and different heat?? Can be only down to the chillis in my opinion.

The Original Colvin’s Original Pepper Jelly

So in go Scooby and mini Scoob, with his first online video review Mini scoob delves straight in without a second thought. Right, we are not completely sure what to make of these jars beside they taste awesome with a real nice jelly, not jam, but jelly texture to them. I know I know its meant to be a jelly but so many people say they have jely but it turns out they are jams. Real apple fruity flavour pouring out whilst the heat is not that aggressive. For my palette I found it very mild but obviously mini scoob said they were fairly warm.

I would say, in all honesty that the heat on both of these was pretty much the same. Has a nice heat however, awesome flavour and a nice stumpy jar so you will always find a place in the fridge for it, no excuse. And whilst the price of £2.99 is very good for this product, I would have to say that the postage of £3.50 a little steep. If anyone knows otherswise if this price of delivery is different then please let me know. Other than that it is a lovely warm fresh apple tasting sauce. Yum yum yum.

Value (8/10)

So until next time guys from Scooby and mini Scoob, If it burns going in it will burn coming out.


Clifton Clilli Club hosts a number of Chilli Eating Competitions and these are the first two of the year at the Easton Chilli Fiesta


The contestants will have to handle chillies including the Dutch long chili, Bullet, Finger, Thai Hot, Scotch Bonnet, Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper), Trinidad Moruga Scorpion and the Butch ‘T’ and the CCC just keep ramping it up on the Scoville scale…. Can they handle the heat?………

This winner of the Sunday competition was Kiegan Vallely (aka Hypnogician) with the runner up Steve Mills. Other contestants included:- Craig Tinton, Nick Robinson, Tom Beard, Matt Sears, Luke Summerhayes, Abby Hughs,Dan Hicken & Melissa Baron.


With the same list of chillies who is going to survive?

The winner for the Monday competition was Carl Hicks (aka PYRO) with runner up Murray Jones. Other contestants included:- Leon Clifford, Trevor Lloyd, Paul Walters, Steve Folker, James Moloney, Inga Kuciauskiene, Ian Dawson and Nick Carrol.

Thanks to the Tenerife Chilli Farm who supplied the Trinidad Moruga Scorpions as well as stall holders & Eastnor Castle who donated all the prizes.


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