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.
Dense flavor of black pepper. Heat 7 of 10
Good Fatali taste but too thick, could use a little more vinegar.
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.
Great Sauce, Good Fatalii Flavor With A Nice Heat Kick.
~Niagara, Wi United States~
Good Taste, But Almost Too Hot. Use Small Amounts With This Bad Boy.
~Rancho Santa Margarita, Ca United States~
This Is A Very Tasty Sauce With Good Heat.
~Salinas, Ca United States~
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~
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~
Like The Datil Pepper, The Fatalii Is A Little Hotter Than Your Average Habanero With A Nice Citruis Flavor.
~Houston, Tx United States~