There is enough heat in these two ghost pepper sauce bottles to heat the house for the winter. Our two most extreme hot sauces. You better think twice, cause you’re playing with fire!
Red Savina Citrus Slammer Crushed Pepper Sauce 5 oz. (Extreme) Onions, lemon juice, passion fruit juice and garlic build the flavor profile while the Red Savina Habañero and the Naga Jolokia Ghost Pepper blast it out of this world. Some like it hot. Then, there are freaks like you. The Red Savina is 2 times as hot as a regular habañero and 65 times as hot as the jalapeño. For giggles, we added a bit of even-hotter Naga Jolokia pepper and rounded it out with a splash of citrus flavors. Hope you can find the humor in this.
Off the Plank Naga Jolokia Ghost Crushed Pepper Sauce 5 oz. (Extreme) Wickedly hot. This is our hottest crushed pepper sauce ever, but still offers a distinctive full-bodied flavor. Use this one with extreme caution. Leaves you breathless – the only limit to its use is your taste for FIRE! The Naga Jolokia pepper is rated at 1,000,000 Scoville units, leaving this sauce in excess of 500,000 without the use of extract. Do not attempt to resist. It’s pointless. Pour on the ghostly peppery madness. Surrender to the spice. Then, run screaming towards the sea and fling yourself into the waves. Not that it will help. You’ll get over it. Eventually.
Ghost pepper sauce is the perfect condiment to take your next dish from great to amazing. We have several recipes available in our blog about the wonders of pepper sauces:
- Spicy Hot Toddy
- Mango Chow: An Easy Refreshing Summer Recipe
- Scotch Bonnet Hot Pepper Sauce Oven-Barbecued Leg of Pork
Did you know? Peppers are originally from MesoAmerica, so there is nothing more Caribbean than hot peppers! When the Spanish and Portuguese arrived in the New World they discovered the joys of peppers along with corn, tomatoes and beans, which they returned to Europe with and it spread in popularity from there.
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