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.

16 Reviews

  • 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~

  • 5
    Fatalii Delicious

    Posted by Mofo on Apr 9th 2012

    This One Has Some Decent Heat And Great Flavor. I Think It'S Very Similar To The Cajohn'S Jolokia 10, Just Not As Hot. I Like This A Lot On My Meat, Especially Burgers. I Can Taste The Fruitiness Of The Fatalii Peppers And It Gives A Nice Consistent Burn That Lasts. I Also Enjoy The Thickness Of This Sauce, Nice And Hearty! Heat: 5/10
    ~Boston, Ma United States~

  • 3
    Unique Flavor

    Posted by Brooks Kary on Apr 9th 2012

    This Was My First Experience With The Fatalii And Overall It Was Not Bad. Moderate Heat With A Flavor That Reminds Me Of The Scotch Bonnet. It’S A Pretty Thin Sauce And Had A Little Too Much Vinegar For My Taste.
    ~Portland, Or United States~

  • 5
    Still Experimenting

    Posted by Mikah Goldberg on Sep 2nd 2011

    Still Experimenting With This One, I Love Its Flavor And I Give It 5 Stars Only Because It Seems To Have Great Potential.
    ~Vestavia Hills, Al United States~

  • 5
    The Smell Alone Will Lure You In!

    Posted by Hot Sauce Dude on May 24th 2011

    The Fatalii Is My Favorite Chilli Because It Manages To Be A Super Hot (Like The Heat Of A Habanero) With A Surprising Fruity Bite To It. Just Eating The Pepper Alone I Can Taste A Fruit Basket In My Mouth While Afterward My Tongue Wants To Leave. This Sauce Has A Great Consistency, A Little Thick But Pourable. The Flavor Is Just Yum, Many Great Flavors Going On. Let Me Just Say The Black Pepper And The Fatalli Make This, You Kinda Get A Black Peppery Fruity, Garlickly, Onionly, Flavor Wave And I Think The Last 2 Ingredents On The List Make It. The Heat Is Comparable To A Really Nice Habanero Sauce, Maybe A Little Hotter. This Is Perfect On Anything But Unbelievable On Eggs, Wow! This Is Seriously One Of My Favorite Sauces Made By The Great One Himself Cajohn.
    ~Shamokin, Pa United States~

  • 5
    Still My Favorite

    Posted by Ernest Crvich on Nov 22nd 2010

    Cajohn'S Makes Some Of The Better Hot Sauces, And This One Is Still My Favorite. It Has A Unique Aroma That Is Chile-Centric (As I Prefer Them To Be) But With Extra Sub-Layers Of Complexity That Make It Irresistible. This Is Actually Hotter To My Tongue Than Jolokia 10 (A Good Sauce Itself, But A Bit Generic Smelling...Even The Just-Habanero Puree Krakatoa Has A More Alluring Aroma Than The 10). So It Has Pretty Much Exactly What I Want In A Hot Sauce...Intense Sweat-Inducing Heat, Clean Flavor, And A Very Enticing/Alluring Nose. Highly Recommended.
    ~Boulder, Co United States~

  • 5
    Great Sauce

    Posted by Steve Martins on Jun 25th 2009

    Blistering Heat, Great Flavor. It'S Similar To Scorch And Jolokia 10 In That It Tastes Like The Peppers And Not Much Else. This Sauce Isn'T There To Take Center Stage, It'S There To Make Food Really Hot And Add A Great Pepper Taste.
    ~San Rafael, Ca United States~