A new superhot variety that was developed at Innovation Acre, the Bigfoot pepper lives up to its name as it is the largest superhot variety grown at Tyler Farms. The heat level is about the same as a 7 Pot pepper, but the size of the pepper makes it seem much hotter. Although the Bigfoot pepper hasn't officially been tested, it is believed to average over 900,000 Scoville Heat Units. The pods are irregular in shape as they look somewhat like a cross between the Ghost pepper and the Red 7 Pot Douglah. Bigfoot peppers, which start green and ripen to red, have thin skin and can be used for hot sauce, salsa, or superhot pepper flakes.