London, July 27 : Hotness has got a new definition, courtesy a curry called 'Satan's Ashes', which requires its makers and staff to wear masks and rubber gloves to handle it.
Touted as the hottest in the world, the dish contains the Naga Morich chilli, which measures 953,721 on the Scoville heat scale.
If this was not hot enough, the dish also contains the Bhut Jolokia, which has been registered at a sweat-inducing 1,001,304.
And to get a spoonful of this sadistic dish, one has to visit Cumbria, where it is prepared, reports News of the World.
Now, Ged Fowler, of the Chilli Pepper Company, is bidding to get the red-hot recipe listed in the Guinness Book of Records.