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Domino's Australia Is Bringing Back Its Pizza Roulette With The Carolina Reaper

Stewart Perrie


Domino's Australia Is Bringing Back Its Pizza Roulette With The Carolina Reaper

Featured Image Credit: Domino's Australia

Domino's Australia is bringing back its Pizza Roulette for Halloween and they're certainly upping the ante this time.

The pizza legends introduced the country to the concept last year and it was an absolute banger.

The pizza featured the usual eight slices, however one slice was drizzled with a super hot chilli sauce made from one of the most extreme chilli peppers in the world: Yellow Bhut Jolokia Chillies.

It was pretty hard to work out which one contained the super hot slice and you would just have to hope it wasn't the one you picked up.

Domino's thought that was a fun little experiment last year however this year they want to turn up the heat.

Credit: Domino's Australia
Credit: Domino's Australia

Pizza Roulette 2.0 will contain the hottest chilli in the world: the Carolina Reaper Chilli.

Domino's Australia and New Zealand Chief Marketing Officer Adam Ballesty said those who tried last year's Pizza Roulette will know this isn't for the faint-hearted.

"We're turning up the heat this Halloween with Domino's Reaper Chilli Sauce - it really is like a game of roulette," he sai.

"If you love chilli, then you'll want to be the lucky one to bite into the slice possessed with heat, but if you're spice adverse... well, RIP tastebuds.

"We've added a warning label to every box, so that should indicate the level of spiciness we're talking here - there's no tricking going on with this sauce!"

The Pizza Roulette will only be available to order over the Halloween period, which is October 25-31, unless it sells out beforehand.

The Carolina Reaper Chilli Pepper is rated at a whopping 2.2 million on the Scoville Scale.

If that means nothing to you then it's worth knowing that a jalapeńo is listed at anywhere between 2,500 to 8,000 on the same scale, while Tabasco sauce is around 30,000 to 50,000.

Topics: Australia

Stewart Perrie
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