HotSauce.com Product Disclaimer Purchaser of this product hereby acknowledges the intense heat factor of this product and the element of danger if misused. This product is over 100 times hotter than a jalapeno pepper and is a complex blend of fresh peppers and extracts. This product is not a sauce but a food additive and should be used as such only.
A hot sauce so insane, it’s igniting the top of our heat meter. The sinister swirl of habanero, cayenne, serrano, and jolokia unleashes undeniable flavor filled with unfathomable fire. Feel Alive with Blair’s Ultra Death, and taste the thrill of the unthinkable. Spare yourself, and use sparingly. This sauce is the real deal!!
BE WARNED: This sauce contains ingredients 900 times hotter than a jalapeño chili. Use sparingly. Not recommended for use without dilution.
DISCLAIMER: This product contains the hottest known ingredients on the planet. Please use with extreme caution.
Depending on the chili pepper varieties used and the type of production process, hot sauces are divided into different degrees of pungency and consistencies. There are rather thick sauces with a lot of chili peppers like the Sriracha sauce. The Sriracha sauce is named after the city of Si Racha in Thailand and consists mainly of pureed chillies, garlic, sugar and relatively little vinegar. It is one of the world’s most famous Asian sauces used worldwide in the kitchen. But there are also thinner sauces that contain more vinegar, such as the classic Louisiana hot sauce. The world famous fermented TABASCO® sauce from the USA is a typical representative of the Louisiana style. In the Caribbean, there are very fruity chili sauces, which are mostly made from fresh fruits and Capsicum chinense chilis.
Capsicum chinense peppers have a very aromatic flavor with a very high to extremely high pungency. They are therefore also suitable for the production of extremely hot chili sauces and extracts. So it is not surprising that the Scoville scale is led by Blair’s 16 million reserve. The 16 million in the name stands for 16 million Scoville Heat Units. It is not a sauce, but Pure Capsaicin crystals.
The Hot Sauce Scoville Scale lists numerous hot sauces sorted by their pungency and their amount of capsaicin in Scoville Heat Units (SHU). A hot sauce, also known as chili pepper sauce is a spicy seasoning sauce made from chili peppers and other ingredients such as various fruit and vegetables, vinegar and spices. In addition to changing the degree of spiciness, hot sauce is also used to alter the actual taste of a dish. The production of hot sauces can be done by cooking, fermentation, but also by using only raw ingredients.
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