Dave’s Ultimate Insanity Sauce Review

Dave’s Ultimate Insanity Hot Sauce – Once you’ve sampled and reviewed enough different hot sauces, it can be easy to get a little jaded.You start doing hasty things, such as not bothering to use a food item to go along with the sauce, taking a swig of the sauce instead of tasting a drop off your finger tip or taking for granted the high-intensity rating on the label because the packaging has an uninteresting, generic flair to it.

Dave’s Ultimate Insanity Hot Sauce is a hideous permutation of Dave’s Insanity Sauce, which was supposedly too hot for the National Fiery Foods Show. Dave’s Ultimate Insanity Hot Sauce comes simply packed with the general Dave’s Gourmet label surrounded a crude cartoon of a smug pepper laying out in the sun. You can just tell by looking at that pepper, that it’s sitting back fully-aware of the pain the bottle contains. Don’t be fooled, the pepper knows you’ll look at him and assume that the sauce can’t be anything special. The photo looks more like it belongs on a refrigerator with a gold star sticker on it than it does on the side of a bottle of hot sauce.

While the original Dave’s Insanity Sauce listed tomato sauce as the first ingredient, Dave’s Ultimate Insanity Hot Sauce loads up for its assault mission against your mouth with red habanero, hot pepper extract and red chiles listed in the first three slots.

With the abundance of red ingredients, it should come as no surprise that the sauce itself is a deep burgundy red that I’m sure looks a lot like the blood you’re sure to horrifically vomit if you were to drink too much of the sauce straight from the bottle.

Not satisfied with the intense pain a drop on my finger produced, I decided to added a few drops to a taco. Unfortunately for me, gravity teemed up with this unholy concoction which was too thin for my own good. More than just a drop poured out onto the taco.

Not one to want to waste food, I decided to through caution to the wind and take a bite. It would have been less painful had I held a nine-volt battery to the tip of my tongue until it ran out of juice.

I’m well aware that there is no shortage of hot sauces aficionados out there, who pride themselves on their ability to seek out and endure the hottest of the hot sauces.

Dave’s Ultimate Insanity Hot Sauce is certainly among the hottest I’ve tasted.

If you ask me, it really doesn’t matter that Dave seems to have put together a visually appealing sauce that packs the sort of punch that most sauces wish they could achieve.

What does matter is that after having eaten that forsaken taco yesterday, I can still feel remnants of the burn on my tongue.

Screw you Dave, screw you.

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2 Responses to “Dave’s Ultimate Insanity Sauce Review”

  1. Riss Sutton said:

    Jan 07, 11 at 12:28 am

    This is another chemistry product which has little to do with real food. Hot…yes. Good? Well if hot is all there is then this is hot. Food? Not really. Fine food is made directly from food and not the result of “chemistry.” Flavor? Not much of any kind other than hot sensation. I am not fan of chemistry derived food products such as this or many other which are equally synthetic. This is completely useless to anyone with a desire for other than a hot “free based” oil lacking the subtleties of real food with a vast array of odors and taste which only real food has. Hotter sensations can be purchased directly from a chemical supplier without all the bother of pretending a product of chemistry is also a food.

  2. abram said:

    Apr 23, 13 at 12:29 am

    I got some Daves Insanity Hot Sauce not too long ago. I ate it for a while I put about 7 drops on a sandwich and 7 drops in a bowl of chicken soup. Usually about 7 drop on about anything, but now I’m a little worried so I’ve stop using it on my food. I started getting bumps on my skin like spider bits I believe it’s from the sauce, I’m not 100% sure though. I don’t want to give a product a bad name but if anyone else has the same problem then it could be related.


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