South Devon Chilli Farm

It is not everyday a new chilli shop opens in the UK, but today is Friday the 13th March 2015 and All Things Chilli opened its doors in Bournemouth.

Dorset Chilli Shop Bournmouth

They are stocking some of the best products available in the UK including products from:- Hot Headz, Chilli Jam Man, Wiga Wagaa Chillis, Red Hot Chilli Fella, Flamin’Hotstuff, Galloway Chillies, Dorset PopCorn Co, The Upton Cheyney Chilli Co, South Devon Chilli Farm, Burning Desire Foods, Dr Burnoriums extraordinary Psycho Range, Mr Vikki’s, Timmy’s Chillies, Prices Spices, Happy Chilli Co, The Chilli Pepper Co, Dartmoor Chilli Farm, Suzy Sweet Tooth Chilli Fudge, Windy ridge Cheese, Leopard Dairy Cheese, Snowdonia Cheese Co, Dorset Gourmet HotDog Co, as well as selling selling Fresh and Dried Chillis and seeds.

You can find the shop at 682 Wimborne Road, Bournemouth, Dorset. BH9 2EG. Phone 01202 536679. email or on the web at

Here are just a few more pics so you know what to expect.

Dorset Chilli Shop
Dorset Chilli Shop
Sampling at the Dorset Chilli Shop


Christmas Offers

Here is out first list of Christmas offers available for Chilli-Heads, more will follow over the next few days:-

Edible Ornamentals – “Introduction to Hydroponic Chilli Growing Workshop” for HALF PRICE

Normally £59 you can get a voucher for this course for just £29 if you mention you have been referred by us at the ChileFoundry. To get the discount you need to email this offer won’t go on forever and the next course is on Saturday 24th January 2015 just in time for that new years resolution.

South Devon Chilli Farm Christmas Offers

SDCF has a range of special offer that you can take a look at on line by following this link The offers include Kits for Chilliheads, Cheese lovers, budding Chilli Growers and cooks.

redhotchillifella – Special Christmas Products

Best to email for more details

Lemonchillichello – This is the second year that they have made this drink and it was extremely popular last year! They take fresh Sicilian Lemons, Habanero Chilli and Raw Cane Sugar and infuse them in triple distilled Vodka for 6 weeks. We then filter and bottle the Lemonchillichello. It is a great drink to start a dinner party or for a digestive before dessert. 200ml just £12.00

Trio of Hot Sauces – They have put together three their most popular hot sauces in a gift box to make the perfect Christmas gift. Containing OMG – Oh My God, Scorpion and Suffolk sauces this is a great addition to any Chilli Sauce Collection. Just £10.00

Milled Wine Spice – Christmas would not be Christmas without the smell of Mulled Wine!
Their Mulled wine is a combination of spices, citrus fruit and a little Chilli De Arbol. Just enough to give a subtle heat to your favourite Christmas Tipple – 3 X Spice Parcels £5.00

Chilli Devil Sauces – Get a 15% discount on some selections of sauces

Just use the discount code CF-15 at the checkout to get 15% off any of the selection packs listed below.

  • Yorkshire Sauces – Yorkshire Ketchup, Yorkshire Brown Sauce and Yorkshire Chilli Sauce ( £8.99).
  • Boozy Chilli Selection – Plum, Port & Habanero Sauce, BBQ, Beer & Chilli Sauce and Smoked Chilli Sauce with Red Wine ( £12.50).
  • Hoptastic Selection – BBQ, Beer and Chilli Sauce, Citrus Cascade Chilli Sauce and Naga Challenger Chilli Sauce (all made with hops) (£14.50)
  • Extra Hot Selection – Plum Crazy Chilli Sauce (200,000 SHU), Naga Challenger (300,000 SHU) and the new Red Ghost (400,000 SHU) (£17.50)

Want to get your chilli Christmas offer mentioned, then please email details to us using our contact form and we will be in touch.


You can get an ordinary chilli sauces in most high streets and supermarkets, but did you know there is a growing number of specialist chilli shops opening in the UK. So if you are looking for a special artisan sauce or that unique chilli gift for Chile-Head in your life then what could be better than make a pilgrimage to one of these shops where you can ask advice get a taste before you buy.

Best to check the opening hours before you visit to save disappointment.

The Little Chilli Shop – Beaumaris Anglesey

The Little Chilli Shop -  Beaumaris Anglesea

The Chilli Hut – Bath

The Chilli Hut - Bath

Brighton Chilli Shop – Brighton North Lanes

Brighton Chilli Shop

Chilli Shop – Brighton Marina

Chilli Shop Brighton Marina

Dr Burnorium – St Nicholas Market. Bristol.

Dr Burnorium - Bristol

Edible Ornamentals – Chawston, Beds

Edible Ornamentals

The Pepper Pod – McCoys Arcade, Fore Street, Exeter.

The Pepper Pod - Exeter

House of Chilli – Isle of Wight

House of Chilli - Isle of Wight

South Devon Chilli Farm – Wigford Cross, Loddiswell, Kingsbridge

South Devon Chilli Farm Shop

Chilli Shop – Leeds

Just found I had missed this new shop in leeds, hopefully someone will send me a picture, I believe it is in the Merrion Centre.

If we have missed out your outlet please let us know, but remember we are looking for speciality chilli retailers only.


South Devon Chilli Farm have an interesting range of hot sauces and they like to keep things fairly simple on the ingredient list, preferring to let the chillies they grow there do the talking instead. The range runs from the Extreme Bhut Jolokia to the humble Jalapeño. The one on review here is the Aji Chilli Sauce.


Fresh Aji Chillies (60%), Cider Vinegar, Lemon Juice and Salt.

Bottle kindly supplied by South Devon Chilli Farm

That’s it, no exotic fruit or spices, instead just keeping it simple and there’s nothing wrong with that. The Aji chilli originated in the Americas and is used a lot in Peruvian cuisine; it has a citrus flavour with a medium heat level to it.

SDCF sauces come in smaller 100ml than are usually used and sit at around the £3.57 mark – if you want to try the six different sauces in this range, including the interesting 15 (a sauce made with no less than fifteen different chilli varieties), there’s a multipack for £18.

The bottle tells you all you need to know about the sauce with some suggestions to try it on chicken and fish. The label is clear and simple, just like the ingredients with a picture of a single Aji chilli on the front. It is a muddy orange colour and quite thin making pouring it out an easy affair.

Once the top is off the bottle the aromas that escape from the neck mostly seem to be the cider vinegar – there’s also a slightly sweet smell to it. On the spoon there are some seeds and flecks of chillies but not for long.

In the mouth there is initially a sweet flavour, quickly followed by a bitterer citrusy sting. The heat level is middling, it certainly won’t challenge the hardened chilli head, but it is a pleasant tongue tingle that soon mellows off leaving quite a refreshing almost fruity aftertaste with little hint of the more vinegary nose.

Given this sauce is very thin it doesn’t make much sense to be using it as a dipper but it would make a great ingredient for those dishes where a citrus zing would add just enough heat and flavour, such as the suggested fish dishes. In heartier cooking, the delicate flavours would probably get lost. Overall this is an interesting sauce and a worthy addition in the range – it’s nice to see simpler styles on the market so definitely give this one a go if you get the chance.

Value (8/10)



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