I’m a chilli head. Have two at lunch time chopped over my food.
As per another thread, you’re better off growing your own as one smll chilli plant produces (depending on the size of the fruit) upwards of 100 fruit.
I prefer Prairie Fire - small bullet shape, hot and a good flavour (red ones below), and Spike, small very thin. Hot and good.
Just some of 3 different varieties that I grew.
Also use Fat Man Chilli Sauce (Scorchio, Numero Uno & Green) - I chose his after tasting 20 or so at a chilli fair. Luckily the Fat Man comes to St Albans monthly farmers market and I buy a few months supply each time I go
If you go on the A1 there’s a chilli farm by the B;ack Cat roundabout. They sell chillis and plants and they give good courses on growing chillis that includes a pick your own in their green houses. I’ve been on thsi and recommend it. I see they now do cooking claases so I want to go on a chilli sauce making class.