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Ghost pepper instant noodles, reportedly spiciest noodles ever, finally in 7-Eleven S’pore from Sept. 2019

The notorious Daebak Ghost Pepper Spicy Chicken Noodles is finally coming to Singapore.

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Spiciest Korean instant noodles with ghost pepper available for RM5.80 at 7-Eleven M’sia

First viral in M’sia

This instant noodle is dubbed as the spiciest instant noodles in Malaysia.

It first went viral in Malaysia in Feb. 2019 with the #canornotchallenge, where netizens challenged each other to consume the spicy noodles in one sitting without drinking water.

Check out their reactions here:

Korean First Time Try Ghost Pepper Spicy Chicken 😂 #canornotchallenge pic.twitter.com/pPT5AbDCtR

— Hansen (@imaanzakaria) May 26, 2019

U must try it guys 😭..#canornotchallenge pic.twitter.com/ViP8ObYVOl

— انور سوكندر (@AnwarSukandar) March 9, 2019

after a few hours struggling…. i cant sjkkhdjdkkdjhjss#canornotchallenge pic.twitter.com/lMUadOHSiM

— hanani | ھاناني (@haaaniieeyy) March 9, 2019

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#canornotchallenge #daebaknoodlesDefinitely hotter than Samyang 2x spicy noodle. Not even touching the milk during and after the session. :3 pic.twitter.com/YuWJ7ZacZb

🌻Rena-chan 🇲🇾 🔜Animangaki (@BlueHawaiichan) July 27, 2019

GHOST PEPPER ! 🔥 SHARE WITH 4 PEOPLE! #canornotchallenge SO SCARYYYYY!!! 😖😖😖😖 pic.twitter.com/efqMne0FGM

— ZEE GOT VIP 🍑 (@danikwanna) May 18, 2019

I tried this and regretted it so much. Almost lost my tongue. I drank 3glasses of milk and the spiciness just wont go. If samyang is level 3. This one is level 10. I love spicy food so much but this wont do. Not good for my stomach. Seriously. #ghostpepper #CanOrNotChallenge pic.twitter.com/YK0swTWE65

— Jayy 😒 (@ikonkeeper) May 17, 2019

10 times spicier than chilli padi

The ghost pepper is known for hitting above 1,000,000 Scoville heat units (SHU) on the Scoville scale.

In comparison, the chilli padi stands between 50,000 to 100,000 SHU.

Photo courtesy of Daebak Ghost Pepper Spicy Chicken Noodles.

If you’re intimidated by the almost black noodles, you’d be happy to know that it’s actually made using cocoa powder and berry extract, without any artificial colouring or additive.

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Available for limited time only

The instant noodles will be available in 7-Eleven Singapore stores from September 2019.

Each cup will retail for S$2.90.

Don’t take your time, though, as it is only available for a limited time of two months.

Good luck.

Top image courtesy by @savitrieeeee and @fateenalwani on Twitter.

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