Frostbite Hot Sauce, 5oz.

Scoville Heat Units (SHU): 50,000 - 250,000
List Price: $9.50
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Item Code: HSC1794
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Frostbite Hot Sauce Review:

Frostbite Hot Sauce (5 FL.OZ. / 148 ml): The world's first white hot sauce. This sauce is uniquely it's own... just think water soluble. You can add it to any drink to spice it up a couple of notches without adding any flavor. It mixes right into the drink and doesn't float at the top like most hot sauces or extracts. Try it in lemonade, soda or even beer! Heat up your cocktail without changing the flavor! Makes a fantastic "Hot" Martini! Use to add heat to just about anything!

(SHU) UPDATE: Based on some customer reviews and feedback we have adjusted the Scoville rating for this hot sauce. Manufacturer rating is at 750,000 however many customers have said that it was on par with other sauces that have an (SHU) rating of approx 500,000. The new adjusted rating is at 500,000 to 600,000. To those chili heads who have left reviews, we thank you for your valuable feedback.

WARNING! Nothing frosty here! Extremely Hot! This sauce is so cool it'll burn ya! The World's First White Hot Sauce! A blend of Capsaicin extracts and white vinegar.

From Ohio.

Ingredients: Vinegar, salt & aqua resin of Capsicum. All Natural, No Calorie, Low Sodium, No Fat, No Cholesterol.

24 Reviews

  • 5
    Taste great, smells great...

    Posted by Davi on Jun 10th 2020

    Taste great, smells great, the transparent color and heat it brings to the table impressed the coworkers.
    Frostbite is a great sauce to have table.

  • 5
    Best Sauce

    Posted by Tyler Marden on Nov 7th 2019

    Me, my father, and a couple of my friends has tried this. We all enjoy consuming this hot sauce. The only pain we had was stinging on our lips.

  • 5
    Great For Food To!

    Posted by Roy Donnely on May 5th 2018

    Is a great hot sause for drinks or food. Add to a bloody mary if you dont want a viniger taste or put it on your pizza or raman noodles to spice things up a bit.
    ~Boston, Ma~

  • 4
    Not As Hot As It May Say

    Posted by Kyle Winchell on Sep 5th 2016

    This Hot Sauce Is Perfect For Drinks And Such, However If You'Re Going For Something To Add Sny Sort Of Flavor Or Serious Heat To An Item, I Would Steer Away From This Product. Overall, Great Product To Add A Small Kick To Your Drinks.
    ~Waxhaw, Nc United States~

  • 5
    The Good Stuff

    Posted by Kevin Harding on Sep 5th 2016

    For Me This Is The Sauce For When Magma Is A Little Too Warm. A Little Cooler And A Different Flavor From Magma This Also Creates Heat In A Different Part Of The Mouth. Magma And Frostbite Seem To Burn In Different Places. Any Way, For Myself They Are A Great Pair To Have On Hand. The Seller Offers A Good Price And Great Service.
    ~Hays, Nc United States~

  • 5
    Good Stuff

    Posted by Linda Elgin on Jun 1st 2015

    Frostbite Hot Sauce Has A Good Flavor To It..
    ~Broken Arrow, Ok United States~

  • 5
    Frostbite Has Great Kick

    Posted by Mark K on Jan 21st 2015

    This Was A Repeat Purchase. It Has A Good Heat But Is Generally Flavorless So You Can Add It To Anything For Just A Little Kick Of Heat. A Drop Or Two Is Great In A Margarita.
    ~Abilene, Tx United States~

  • 5

    Posted by Ronnie Brooks on May 21st 2014

    Great Response Can'T Get Anyone To Try It Yet.
    ~Hermitage, Tn United States~

  • 4

    Posted by Philip Hammons on Jan 7th 2014

    Frostbite Is A Unique Hot Sauce That Is Clear And Goes Perfect In Drinks, Such As Margaritas, Bloody Mary'S, Sodas, Kool-Aid, Coffee, And Tea. I Use It In My Drinks All The Time To Add A Spicy Kick. It'S Not Anywhere Near As Hot As It Claims. I Would Say It'S A Little Bit Hotter Than Tabasco Sauce. It'S Real Watery And Vinegary And Has Very Little Flavor Which Means It Won'T Change The Taste Of Your Food. The Heat Mainly Affects Your Lips And The Back Of Your Throat But Not In A Bad Way. Frostbite Is Must-Have For Hot Sauce Collectors. I Really Like It Although It'S Certainly Not My Favorite Hot Sauce. I Can'T Wait To Mix It With Some Apple Cider!
    ~Benton, Ar United States~