Melindas Naga Jolokia Hot Sauce (5oz./148ml) Melindas Original Naga Jolokia Pepper Sauce is pure heat. Our hottest offering by far, the Naga jolokia is confirmed by the Guinness Book of Records to be the hottest chili in the world (1,041,427 Scoville Units), unseating the Red Savina for the title. Also know as the Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Chile), the Raja Mirchi (King Chile) and the Naga Morich, this chili is grown primarily in the Northeastern region of India. The names are different depending on the region, however, one thing remains the same-these peppers are hot and should be consumed with caution.
Made in Colombia.
Naga Jolokia Peppers, carrots, papayas, lime juice, vinegar, onions, passion fruit, citric acid, garlic, salt, xanthan gum.
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Exactly as expected with quick shipping.
~Canal Winchester, Oh United States~
I love hotsauce and got this in my stocking. I had no idea what to expect and had never heard of the pepper. This stuff is hot! The heat keeps creeping up up up and stays hot for a while. Great flavor which is the problem. It is chunky and red thick fresh peppery. It just seems like the kind of stuff you want to pile on. Don"t do it
~Oregon, United States~
This Is A Classic Hot Sauce For Me. Perfect Level Of Spice Where It'S Pretty Spicy But A Bit Too Much Won'T Ruin A Meal.
~Manville, Nj United States~
My Father Ordered A Bunch Of Hot Sauces And Did Not Realize How Hot This Was. Fast Forward About 4 Years And I Always Have A Bottle Of This Stuff. The Flavor And Heat Was Unmatched For Me Until Ass In The E.R. Came Along. This Hot Sauces Got Me And A Friend Into The Superhots And Extracts. It Is Truly A Great Starting Point.
~Apache Junction, Az United States~
Interesting Hot Sauce....Really Like It. I Got It Because I Was Looking To Bump Up My Heat Level From Habanero Staples In My Fridg Such As Marie Sharp'S Carribean Heat And Yucateco Xxx. I Don'T Think This Sauce Is All That Much Hotter, But It'S Got A Bit More Sting, In A Good Way. What I Really Like About It Is That It'S Kind Of Neutral. It Adds Heat And Has A Nice Flavor, But The Flavor Isn'T Overly Powerful. Thus Can A Few Drops Of It Be Added To A Soup, Chili, Or Even A Dish I'M Using Other Hot Sauce On, To Pump Up The Scovilles Without Fundamentally Altering The Essence Of The Food. I Didn'T Expect It To Use It Frequently, But 2 Or 3 Bottles Later It'S Sort Of Evolved Into My Go-To Hot Sauce. Heat Wise I'D Put It At A 7, Maybe A Generous 8. No Way Is It The Scorching Pain Experience Some Others Have Described. I'Ve Had Way, Way Hotter Sauces, But Usually With Extract Added. This One Is, Thankfully, Extract Free.
~Reston, Va United States~
We Have Tried Dozens Of Different Hot Sauces And This One Is Our #1 For Heat And Flavor Balance.
~Newcastle, Ok United States~
Came Sooner Than Expected And The Sauce Is Excellent. Can'T Wait To Order More.
~Huntington Beach, Ca United States~
I Can Only Add A Few Drops Of This To Anything. It'S Extremely Hot. I Put It In Soups, Mostly As The Flavor Dissipates And Spreads Evenly Throughout.
~Miami, Fl United States~
Always Good Quality And Never A Dull Flavor
~Denver, Co United States~