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Goshin
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There is a great YouTube video of celebrity interviews while eating increasingly hot hot sauce

First we feast
Go watch
 
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Where are you morons getting Kelvin units?

Heat in food is measured in Scoville units. Degrees Kelvin is the SI unit of temperature.
 
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Where are you morons getting Kelvin units?

Heat in food is measured in Scoville units. Degrees Kelvin is the SI unit of temperature.
That's not strictly accurate. Capsaicin concentration is measured in Scoville. Heat (taste wise) in food may also come from other sources eg. mustard oils, horseradish, wasabi. I'm not sure if those oils have a rating scale.
 
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i love scotch bonnet sauce

it best
 
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I ordered this. $13 for one bottle.

Tell me what you think... it piqued my interest.
 
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Where are you morons getting Kelvin units?
it's only resident idiot eaglescream really, everyone else was mocking him
 
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Found an interesting article here with some info on different hot sauces (see at bottom for first bit of list):

The Scoville Heat Scale for Chilli Peppers and Hot Sauces from ChilliWorld. Compare relative heats all the way to Blair's 16 Million Reserve, pure capsaicin.

Does not talk about the two sauces I noted though did note the info about scotch bonnets in general.

With scorpion peppers, I have always found them milder except one sauce when one friend brought a bottle straight from Trinidad which was, 'fresh off the tree', hottest thing I ever tried.

Then again, fresh off the tree is always going to be hotter than what you get in a bottle normally...

Tried a ghost pepper once but it had been frozen so was not as hot as the fresh scorpion sauce. I am not a fan of those (the ghost peppers) cause unlike scotch bonnet and scorpion peppers it is pure heat in my view, no flavour at all. Scotch bonnet and scorpion both have heat AND flavour (and as noted, if you cook them in foods without piercing them they are much milder - plus you can rinse freeze and reuse so you get to use them multiple times for some good flavourful cooking). In my area scotch bonnet (both sauce and peppers are easy to find (they sell it at major stores all over Greater Toronto Area from Hamilton to Oshawa to Barrie), scorpion not so much.

List from website link above:

Scoville Heat Units Chilli Pepper / Hot Sauce
16,000,000,000 Resiniferatoxin - RTX (ultrapotent analog of capsaicin).
16,000,000 Pure capsaicin and Dihydrocapsaicin
16,000,000 Blair's 16 Million Reserve, from Gardner Resources, Inc.
16,000,000 Blair's 6 A.M., from Gardner Resources, Inc.
13,500,000 Blair's 2005 Halloween Reserve from Gardner Resources Inc.
9,100,000 Nordihydrocapsaicin
8,600,000 Homodihydrocapsaicin and Homocapsaicin
7,100,000 The Source, from Original Juan Specialty Foods
5,500,000 Blair's 5 A.M., from Gardner Resources Inc. - No Longer available
5,300,000 Police grade Pepper spray
4,000,000 Mad Dog 44 Magnum Pepper Extract, from Ashley Food Company, Inc.
4,000,000 Blair's 4 A.M., from Gardner Resources Inc. - No Longer available
2,000,000 Common Pepper spray
1,569,300 - 2,200,000 Carolina Reaper Pepper (PuckerButt Pepper Company, Fort Mill, South Carolina).
1,500,000 - 2,000,000 Blair's 3 A.M., from Gardner Resources Inc.
1,500,000 Da' Bomb The Final Answer, from Original Juan Specialty Food
1,463,700 Trinidad Scorpion Butch T (Hippyseeds Pepper, Australia)
1,382,118 Naga Viper pepper (Chilli Pepper Company, England)
1,100,000 Blair's Ultra Death Sauce from Gardner Resources Inc.
1,086,844 Chillipepperpete Naga from ChilliPepperPete (source ChilliPepperPete.com)
1,067,286 Infinity Chilli, from Fire Foods of Grantham, Lincs.
1,041,427 Naga bhut jolokia pepper, Assam India (C. chinense / C. frutescens hybrid)
1,000,000 Cool Million Pepper Extract, from the Poison Pepper Co.
1,000,000 1 Million Scoville Pepper Extract, from Ashley Food Company, Inc.
923,000 The Dorset Naga Pepper, from Peppers by Post
855,000 (reported) The Naga Jolokia pepper (Capsicum frutescens), not confirmed
800,000 - 1,000,000 Dragon's Blood Sauce from ChilliPepperPete (source ChilliPepperPete.com)
800,000 Satan's Blood, from Sauce Crafters Inc.
750,000 Mad Dog 357 'Silver' Limited Edition, from Ashley Food Company
700,000 The Slap Heard Around the World, from Tiguana Flats
600,000 - 900,000 Blair's 2 A.M., from Gardner Resources, Inc.
600,000 Mad Dog 357 with Bullet Keychain, from Ashley Food Company
550,000 Blair's Mega Death Sauce, from Gardner Resources, Inc.
500,000 - 750,000 Dave's Insanity Private Reserve, from Dave's Gourmet (estimated)
500,000 Pure Cap, from Garden Row Foods
400,000 - 500,000 Z Nothing Beyond Hot Sauce, from CaJohns Fiery Foods Company
400,000 - 500,000 Spontaneous Combustion Powder, from Southwest Specialty Foods Inc.
357,000 Mad Dog 357 Hot Sauce, from Ashley Food Company
350,000 - 577,000 Red Savina habanero (Capsicum chinense Jacquin)
350,000 Marie Sharp's Belizian Heat, from Marie Sharp's Fine Foods, Ltd.
283,000 Blair's Possible Side Effects, from Gardner Resources, Inc.
250,000 Vicious Viper, from CaJohns Fiery Foods
250,000 Dave's Ultimate Insanity Sauce, from Dave's Gourmet (estimated)
234,000 Da' Bomb Ground Zero, from Original Juan Specialty Foods
225,000 You can't Handle this Hot Sauce, from Peppers
225,000 Not Cool Chocolate Habanero from Bahama Specialty Foods, Inc.
180,000 Dave's Insanity Sauce, from Dave's Gourmet (estimated)
175,000 Predator Great White Shark, from Peppers
150,000 Mad Dog Inferno Reserve, from Ashley Food Company
125,000 Crazy Jerry's Mustard Gas, from Crazy Jerry's, Inc.
119,700 Da' Bomb Beyond Insanity, from Original Juan Specialty Food
100,000 - 350,000 Habanero (Capsicum chinense Jacquin)
100,000 - 325,000 Scotch bonnet (Capsicum chinense)
100,000 - 225,000 Birds Eye pepper
100,000 - 200,000 Jamaican Hot pepper
100,000 - 125,000 Carolina Cayenne pepper
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450 FRANK'S® REDHOT® Original, from Reckitt Benckiser Inc. (included this one to put it all in perspective).
 
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Just went out and got some Cholula original just to try it. Actually it is quite good, has some nice flavour, much nicer than Frank's though not as spicy. Grace's Scotch Bonnet is still #1 in my book, though Cholula is quite good. The scotch bonnet definitely has much more heat than cholula, tabasco, and franks by far...
 
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I put saves insanity sauce on a bunch of ****, but in tiny quantities cuz otherwise it renders the food un-edible
 
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I think first we feast only goes to 1.5 million Carolina reaper sauce
 
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randomly saw this **** at bed bath beyond when i was w the girl and got it

Grinders Near Death Hot Sauce 6.5 oz. | The Kansas City BBQ Store

holy ****

u do not fuk around w this

it is gfg
 
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If you're ever in San Francisco stop off at Deli Board and get a super expensive and super good sandwich and enjoy their hot sauces. They have some that are awesome but super painful.

Deli Board - 530 Photos & 971 Reviews - Delis - SoMa - San Francisco, CA - Phone Number - Menu - Yelp

And the Palo Alto Fire Fighter hot sauce is pretty good. Not that hot, but great flavor. Palo Alto Firefighters Pepper Sauce - Home
 
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I just go with whatever singes my ******* at the time...
 
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Just went out and got some Cholula original just to try it. Actually it is quite good, has some nice flavour, much nicer than Frank's though not as spicy. Grace's Scotch Bonnet is still #1 in my book, though Cholula is quite good. The scotch bonnet definitely has much more heat than cholula, tabasco, and franks by far...
Welcome to the good life.
 
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Cholula is my go to mild sauce. But this **** is beyond bomb. Not overly hot:

I buy the above and below by the case, because I cannot find them in local stores.

 
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Ive been ****ing with this ****. Its not as hot as tobasco i think but i like it better. its sort of sweet hot. i give it a 5
 
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Okay so after reading a bunch of these responses I ended up ordering a couple new ones.



Frank's is the only one I had pre-thread. Picked up Tapatio and Gringo Bandito locally. The rest I ordered.

-Tapatio adds a very slight hotness, very mild
-Frank's, same as Tapatio but with a little bit more of a kick
-Gringo Bandito, small bit of hot with a slight smokyness that overtakes the hot taste
-Trappey's Bull, recommended by LouCypher, has a very similar taste to Tabasco but overall better tasting.
-Hot Ones, the sauce from the YouTube channel Goshin posted (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPD...pmmeQcbe2kpPaA)
This sauce actually has the best overall taste from any sauce I've had. It is pretty hot overall, but the actual taste of it makes the hotness worth it. My favorite so far.
-313 Foodie Sauce, I saw this one when ordering the Hot Ones and decided to grab it. It is by far the hottest I've tried, but still has a solid taste.

I'm not in a dick measuring contest for who can have the hottest wing, I just really wanted the most flavorful I could get for my meals to spice it up. I'd highly recommend the Hot One's sauce to anyone interested in something new that isn't TOO hot. It has an awesome taste and is actually pretty damn hot. Typically I'm not a fan of super hot things, but this sauce hits right on the border and I like it a lot.

I'll be ordering some more that were thrown around in this thread in a week or two and will post what I think about them as well. Thanks for the replies *****es.
 
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Get the lime chaloula omg

And the pickapepper mango
 
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glad u bought some and gave feedback, very helpful thread +1

guna grab some hot ones
 
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glad someone posted this one

back in school my friend would carry this around in his backpack with toothpicks and dare everyone to try it- they all thought he was nuts. watching people's reactions was awesome

never try it without milk nearby :P just a dab and you're running to the water fountain for relief with ears ringing in a cold sweat. great way to get out of class haha
 
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