Mad Dog 357 "Ghost Pepper" Hot Sauce
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The latest creation from David Ashley at Mad Dog - using a mixture of the World's Hottest - Bhut Jolokia Nagas, Habanero and Peri Peri chilli peppers. If the prospect of these deadly peppers doesn't entice you then perhaps the spooky holographic label will! One taste of Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce and you will ___ your own! Made with the world's hottest chilli, the Bhut Jolokia, this isn't just super hot. This is world record killer hot. Open up the Guiness Book of Records and you'll see, the 'ghost pepper' as many call it, new reigns as the champion. But since you can't taste the book, taste this. You'll see. This is as scary as it gets! Or should be say 'bhut' be careful. Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce may take more than your breath away.
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That said, this is definitely one of the best hot sauces I have ever tried. The flavour is not destroyed by the massive amount of heat that this sauce has. A word of warning: DO NOT USE A COPIOUS AMOUNT OF THIS. YOU WILL REGRET IT (your stomach, for example, will be in severe pain for a while). Moderation. At most a spoonful or two to most dishes will do the trick if you really really like spice like I do. I put this in my curry, my ramen, my mac n cheese...heck anything really. You can't go wrong with this sauce!
I approve and would buy again.
Our first scientific experiments were with measurements like "halfway up the back of a plastic fork-ful", but my wife bought a set of tiny little measuring spoons so we could get a little more repeatable results. I've worked my way up to a "tad" (about a quarter teaspoon?) per bowl of curry sauce, and at that level I have sweat actively dripping off my brow before I've even finished the pork and started in on the rice. By the time lunch is done, our table is usually giddy with endorphin-high idiots unable to believe we keep doing this to ourselves but eager to try it again anyway.
To repeat, we're the kind of guys who sign waivers for the heat levels we order at restaurants, and a quarter teaspoon of this stuff in a bucket of curry is almost more than we can stand.
It's delicious and it feels like Satan's tears going down. This is about as good as it gets.