High River Sauces Rogue Hot Sauce (5.4oz./163ml): The "Trinidad MORUGA Scorpion" Pepper was the previous record holder as THE HOTTEST PEPPER IN THE WORLD, by the New Mexico Chili Pepper Institute in February 2012. 2 Million (2,009,231 SHU) Scoville Units.
Apple cider vinegar, blood orange concentrate, pears, applesauce, scorpion peppers, brown sugar, jolokia peppers, red serrano peppers, lime juice, ginger, garlic.
Light on the heat, but the best flavor. I put this stuff on EVERYTHING
Asian flavor is amazing and delicious. But I am a fan of destructive heat. So it did not fit me perfectly.
This sauce is easily in my top three because it's fruit mixture is sweet and delicious while paring well with just about anything...if you can stand the heat. I frequently put in on lots of various foods, it disappears quickly!
If You Enjoy Shedding A Tear After Trying A Hot Sauce On Wings Or Anything For That Matter You Will Enjoy This Sauce. Nice Burn That'S Really Enjoyable. And Not Too Overwhelming Either. Glad I Picked Up A Product From High River Sauces...Will Absolutely Order Again!
~West Creek, Nj United States~
Asian Style. Super Tasty. Not Super Asian
~Saint Petersburg, Fl United States~
A Wonderful Sauce. It Has Heat, But Doesn'T Destroy The Mouth. And Give It A Minute Or Two For The Subtle Citrus Flavor To Have An Impact.
~Silver Spring, Md United States~
The Flavor On This Sauce Is Great And Pairs Well With Foods Where A Hint Of Fruitiness And Good Heat Work Well Together. In My Case, I Love It With A Good Omelette. It Has A Heat That Will Creep Up On You If You Let It, But Definitely Manageable By Those Who Love Hot Foods (Not Necessarily Chili Heads)
A Great Sharp, Short-Duration Heat. Much More Watery Than I Expected, Same Consistency As Tabasco Sauce.
~Oakton, Va United States~
My Family Thought This Was A Bit Of A Sweet Flavor And It Wasn'T A Favorite Even Though It'S Okay.
~Lawton, Ok United States~