Fatalii Fire Hot Sauce, 5oz.

Scoville Heat Units (SHU): 250,000 - 1,000,000
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Fatalii Fire Hot Sauce (5 FL.OZ. / 148 ml): The Fatalii is a Chile from Central South Africa commonly known as the devil's tongue. This sauce is very tasty and very hot. Remember we warned you.

Ingredients: Fatalii Chiles, Vinegar, Garlic, Onion, Black Pepper, Chile Caribe, and a select blend of Dehydrated Vegetables.

15 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Faisal Alshaikh on Oct 30th 2019

    Dense flavor of black pepper. Heat 7 of 10

  • 4
    Thick but tasty

    Posted by Jack H on Aug 28th 2019

    Good Fatali taste but too thick, could use a little more vinegar.

  • 5
    Fatalii Fire

    Posted by Kim White on Jun 13th 2019

    Two thumbs up for sure. I have been a hot sauce lover for decades and have gotten a number of brands of Fatalii. This is the absolute finest kind, Great Flavor, Great Aroma and the heat is NOT for the faint of heart. Well done indeed.

  • 5
    Good Heat!

    Posted by Brad Colburn on Jan 13th 2017

    Great Sauce, Good Fatalii Flavor With A Nice Heat Kick.
    ~Niagara, Wi United States~

  • 4
    Hot Stuff

    Posted by Harold Devin on Dec 9th 2016

    Good Taste, But Almost Too Hot. Use Small Amounts With This Bad Boy.
    ~Rancho Santa Margarita, Ca United States~

  • 5

    Posted by Lawrence Taylor on Sep 6th 2016

    This Is A Very Tasty Sauce With Good Heat.
    ~Salinas, Ca United States~

  • 5
    Great Blend Of Fire

    Posted by Intermediate on Sep 5th 2016

    If You Like The Scotch Bonnet Pepper, Then This Sauce Is For You. The Fatalii Has A Similar Hot-Tangy Bite. This Is A Blended Version Of Chilies And Spices -- There'S Also A Sauce From Cajohn'S With The Fatalii Pepper Isolated ('Simply Chili'). I Buy Both Regularly And Reach For One When I Want To Push My Heat Limits, It Ranks Among The Hotter Sauces (Without Adding Extract).
    ~N Cali, Ca United States~

  • 3
    Very Hot, But Not So Flavorful

    Posted by Nyarlathotep on Mar 15th 2016

    This One Tastes Like Straight Habanero Mash. It Pours Like It Too. It'S Not Bad, But I Can Achieve A Similar Effect With A Bowl Of Habaneros, A Food Processor, And 5 Minutes. Give Me A Couple Weeks For Fermentation And I'Ll Have A Clearly Superior Sauce. If You Live Somewhere Too Cold To Grow Your Own Peppers, This Is A Decent Option I Guess.
    ~Louisville, Ky United States~

  • 4
    Good Stuff

    Posted by Scotty Salamoff on Oct 29th 2014

    Like The Datil Pepper, The Fatalii Is A Little Hotter Than Your Average Habanero With A Nice Citruis Flavor.
    ~Houston, Tx United States~