Top 25 World’s Hottest Hot Sauces

Top 25 List of Hottest Hot Sauces

InsaneChicken.com is proud to present to you a list of the top 25 worlds hottest hot sauces for 2012 still in production. There have been other that have come and gone that have been hotter as you can see in the list of hottest hot sauces ever created.

We have all of the sauces in RED in stock but beware these are brutally hot.

 

Hot Sauce / Pepper Extract

Scoville Units

The Source Sauce
7,100,000
Mad Dog 357 Pepper Extract
5,000,000
Mad Dog 44 Magnum Pepper Extract
4,000,000
Z Beyond Nothing
4,000,000
Mad Dog 38 Special Pepper Extract
3,000,000
Mongoose Hot Sauce
3,000,000
Black Mamba Hot Sauce
2,500,000
Wanza’s Wicked Temptation Hot Sauce
2,000,000
Mad Dog 22 Pepper Extract
2,000,000
Vicious Viper
2,000,000
Blair’s 3 A.M.
2,000,000
Da’ Bomb Final Answer
1,500,000
Smack My Ass and Call Me Sally – Chet’s Gone Mad
1,500,000
Cool Million Pepper Extract
1,000,000
Mad Dog’s Revenge
1,000,000
1 Million Scoville Pepper Extract
1,000,000
Frostbite Hot Sauce
1,000,000
Magma Hot Sauce
1,000,000
Hell’s Inferno Naga Bhut Jolokia Sauce
1,000,000
Blair’s Ultra Death
800,000
Satan’s Blood
800,000
357 Mad Dog Collector’s Silver
750,000
Smack My Ass and Call Me Sally – The Slap Heard Around the World
700,000
Dave’s Insanity Private Reserve
700,000
Dave’s Ghost Pepper Sauce
650,000

 

Other Posts you may be interested in:

Top 25 Hottest Hot Sauces

World Hottest Hot Sauces

Blair’s Hot Sauce Scoville Ratings

Dave’s Insanity Sauce Scoville Ratings

Mad Dog Hot Sauce Scoville Ratings

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2 Responses to “Top 25 World’s Hottest Hot Sauces”

  1. Ammond said:

    May 01, 11 at 9:33 pm

    You’ve got to try Dragons Blood by Chili Pepper Pete over in the U.K. I know it’s not American but it’s tasty and scream’in hot! Enjoy!

  2. Greg Stradley said:

    Aug 21, 11 at 4:25 pm

    In the 1950′s when my Dad was stationed in Charleston, SC, I tried some ribs with a sauce I’ve been craving ever since. It was a red sauce with small pieces of onion (can’t remember what else). I tried a chutney in Vermont once that tasted remarkably similar. Does anyone have any idea what local W. Charleston, SC sauces or recipes might have bits of onion in it? Would be eternally grateful for a clue or lead.


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