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Mad Dog 357 Hot Sauce

Mad Dog 357 Hot Sauce

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The sauces we’ve decided to rank cover the entire range of spiciness. From common diner hot sauces like tabasco all the way to Mad Dog 357 pure extract. Before purchasing Mad Dog 357 Plutonium No. 9, you need to read a disclaimer urging you to use it at your own risk. It's named after a volatile chemical, and it's nearly twice as potent as pepper spray. The product may sound like a weapon, but it's actually hot sauce that ranks among the spiciest in the world, according to The Manual. The explosive condiment is 60 percent capsaicin, which is the compound that makes peppers taste hot. Its unique composition means it congeals into a solid form, and it may need to be heated up 140°F to come out of the bottle. Mad Dog emphasizes that their pepper extract should only be used as a food additive in minuscule amounts. If directly ingested or applied to the body, it could cause serious injury.

Water, carrots, vinegar, chile peppers, sugar, salt, carob bean gum, sodium benzoate, spices, FD&C Red 40 (product label, 2009) One of the hottest products on the market today, Mad Dog offers several varieties of tongue-searing sauces. No. 9 Plutonium is one of their most intense products in terms of heat, and its recommended use is as a food additive. Luxatic raves, “Mad Dog No.9 Plutonium counts 9 million SHU, and it contains 60% pure capsicum… One of those condiments that only thrill seekers are willing to try, the sauce is so hot there’s even a warning on its label that says: ‘use sparingly and do not consume directly!’ That pretty much says it all.” Mad Dog 357 No. 9 Plutonium 9 Million Scoville Pepper Extract, 1ozHot peppers, tomato paste, hot pepper extract, salt, onions, cane vinegar, garlic, citric acid, xanthan gum, spices (product label, 2010) Hand harvested, hand chopped, farm-to-bottle organic vegetables: Crisp carrot, juicy red Habanero peppers, sweet yellow onions, whole garlic cloves, key lime juice, natural vinegar, salt. Sauces vary in pepper content. Luxatic offers, “We must admit that the name of this hot sauce is very catchy. The crying man on the bottle is a great indication that it’s a jazzy sauce. The picture does speak a thousand words, so we don’t have to… Made from habanero peppers, it does have a nice flavor to it. Just like any other hot sauce on this list, use it sparingly.” Spicy foods are a part of many types of global cuisine. Some folks dislike the burn, while others seek it out gleefully. The spiciest hot sauces in this fiery category are not for beginners. In fact, even veterans of the spiciest cuisines will have reason to pause when sampling these piquant condiments. One of the singularly hottest sauces available, Wiltshire Chilli Farm Regret Hot Sauce is more of a novelty than a usable food additive, yet it can be considered a sauce because it contains ingredients beyond pure capsaicin. Spicy Exchange articulates on the finer details, “Regret uses 12 million Scoville oleoresin (similar to extract) as its main heat source, which is often misinterpreted and misrepresented as the hot sauce scoring 12 million SHU. It uses 12 million SHU oleoresin, but that SHU is diluted by its other ingredients including: tomato, cider vinegar, bourbon, garlic, lime, ghost pepper, habanero, salt, and herbs.” Wiltshire Chilli Farm Regret Hot Sauce- 60ml

Distilled vinegar, habanero pepper, cane sugar, TABASCO brand pepper sauce (distilled vinegar, red pepper, salt), salt, mango purée, dehydrated onion, banana purée, tomato paste, tamarind purée, papaya purée, spices, garlic, TABASCO pepper mash (aged red pepper, salt) [17] Today, we’ve become a lot more accurate when it comes to measuring Scoville sauces and the chili peppers they’re derived from. Today, people sample Scoville sauces for fun, while more accurate measurement methods are used in the laboratory. But, sauces and peppers are still ranked according to their Scoville Heat Units (SHU). Pure capsaicin (the active compound in chili peppers that make them fiery hot) ranks 16 million on the Scoville scale. There are, of course, plenty of different levels of hot that fall underneath that. For those that say “I’ve tried it all and nothing is hot enough”, Mad Dog 357 is one sauce you want to have around to remember that there very well may be a mercy point for you. The heat alone makes this sauce collectible. Mad Dog 357 Plutonium No. 9 Pepper turns on the ultimate heat in the world of the hottest hot. The extract is composed of a staggering 60% capsicum. To put this into context, a thousand ounces of pure raw pepper form 1-ounce of sizzling hot, potent “plutonium”.Sometimes you must make tough choices, and if you’re only going to buy a single bottle out of the Mad Dog 357 hot sauce range, this is one of those moments. Distilled vinegar, 3 million Scoville chile extract, evaporated cane juice, fresh Habanero peppers, garlic, onion, 160,000 Scoville cayenne pepper, spices, and xathan gum [11]

We’ll provide you with what it takes to be a star in this game. A battery of options sourced from respected reviewers that every hot sauce aficionado will relish awaits you. You’ll find new collections and interesting combinations that will fire things up. And, to be fair, if there was a single hot sauce that would suit every dish, every occasion, everyone’s heat level, or preferences, we would make it and be done with it. Coming in with a relatively low 1.1 million SHUs, this hot sauce is only deadly rather than straight lethal. With this concentration, it is still recommended as an additive rather than a table sauce. “Between the name (Death Sauce) and its label (um, there’s a skeleton on the front?), it’s no wonder Blair’s is one of the hottest hot sauces ever made. It’s got 1.1 million SHUs and in this formula, cayenne, serrano, habanero and hot Jolokia peppers do the brunt of the work,” according to Parade. Blair’s Ultra Death Sauce 5 Oz of sodium per 5-g serving (3% DV); no added sugar; 7.5 fl oz glass bottle; refrigerate after opening; mezzetta.comParade relates, “With extract, apricot nectar, habaneros, and other various spices, you may think that Da’ Bomb The Final Answer is a pretty safe bet. But thanks to its 1.5 million SHUs, you’d be wrong. Sure, it’s no Mad Dog 357 No. 9 Plutonium but it’s certainly not an alternative to Frank’s Red Hot Sauce either!” This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by adding missing items with reliable sources. Hot sauce name I’ve been fortunate enough to have some of my Mad Dog products appear on national television, too. You may have seen a glimpse or two on shows like “Everyone Loves Raymond”, “The Drew Carey Show”, “King of Queens” and “Friends”. On “Friends” alone we were featured on more than 30 episodes. Next time it comes on, watch for a scene in Chandler’s office. That’s my favorite because we had three bottles of my hot sauce out on the set. Many people begin their love affair with super hot sauces when they discover that commercial hot sauces, like the Tabasco or rooster sauces you find at restaurants, just don’t cut it any longer. Chili peppers, sugar, garlic, vinegar, salt, xanthan gum. Sometimes potassium sorbate, sodium bisulfate (product label, 2009)

Most Scoville sauces, such as the original Mad Dog 357 Hot Sauce, fall somewhere between 200,000 SHU and 600,000 SHU. Mad Dog 357 pulls in at 357,000 SHU making it a sincere Scoville sauce. The Mad Dog Silver Collector’s Edition, on the other hand, pulls in at 750,000 SHU making it one of the hottest Scoville sauces you can imagine. Water, tomato paste, jalapeño, vinegar, salt, chili pepper, dehydrated onion, sugar, modified food starch, onion juice, spices, chili seeds, brewers yeast extract, natural capsicum and tomato flavors, dextrose, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, xanthan gum, garlic powder, autolyzed yeast extract, lactic acid, soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt) (product label, 2009) Water, tomato paste, jalapeño peppers, vinegar, salt, spices dehydrated onion, xanthan gum, sodium benzoate, soy (product label, 2009) A single atom of plutonium is capable of immense heat and destruction. This pepper extract is one of the hottest and purest in the entire world. If you just want a little heat in your food, this is NOT the extract for you. This little bottle is for the true aficionado of heat, the one who wants to test the limits, to see how explosive pepper heat can be. Blow something up at supper tonight.

CONCLUSION: Hottest Hot Sauce In The World

This sauce gives you control over lives, which is why I can’t say the words, “Use With Caution!” enough. This isn’t a heat balance, it’s a heat statement. Usability: Hottest Hot Sauces: Popular Hot Sauce Ranked on a Chart". Thrillist. March 14, 2019 . Retrieved March 19, 2019. The last couple of years have also brought about some other challenges for all of us. Certainly, a lot of businesses are dealing with supply chain issues right now, as well as increased freight costs and other increased costs. Just since last year extracts have seen a price jump of 50-100%. We can’t control things like this, but like other businesses out there, we figure out how to make it work. Water, tomato puree, vinegar, <2% salt, chili peppers, spices, xanthan gum, sodium benzoate, soy lecithin, natural flavor (product label, 2009)



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