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The Hottest Hot Sauce

I've heard it don't get much worse than Big Daddy's in Des Moines, Iowa...i've had one of the "Hot" sauces but not the highest level...a few drops was enough to ruin the chili i had it with


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will never touch hot sauce.... hate spicy things! Yucky!

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Dave's Insanity Sauce is supposed to be the hottest. Even comes with a big warning across the wooden box.


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Dave's Ultimate Insanity... also... they are supposed to make a Limited Edition in a wooden "casket" that's even hotter every year.,.. I can attest that this it one helluva hot sauce!!

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The New ''Hottest Sauce in the Universe'' is even hotter than our Insanity Sauce. Be afraid, be very afraid.

# Package Size: 5oz.


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Dave's Insanity Sauce is the hottest I have tired todate. It the only thing I usse in my chilli, 2 drops for about 3 gallons of chilli. Once you know how "to use" it, it's wonderful stuff

Red Rectum isn't as good.....too much vinegar for my tastes.

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if you guys like it real hot, and enjoy some burning of the eyes and face and mouth when you eat.

let me know, ill be more then happy to spray you in the face with some OC/CS mace.





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The New ''Hottest Sauce in the Universe'' is even hotter than our Insanity Sauce. Be afraid, be very afraid.

# Package Size: 5oz.


+1 this stuff is insanity!

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i watched a hot pepper eating contest in san antonio last year. that was insane.
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I've played around with some peppers. I grew habeneros and jalopenos in my wifes garden. Let me tell you those damn things are dangerous. I pured them in the cuisinart in an attempt to make an outrageous hot sauce. and I succeded. In fact the stuff was burning my skin and my lungs as I was making it (I had to wrap a towel around my face as you couldnt breathe around it). I then realized that that even the hotest hot sauces only have alittle bit of habs in them, mine was all habs

A friend of mine did try it drunk one night and said it was like fire in a bottle. but tasted like shit


Right now I tend to use something milder for everyday eating like franks as it has a good flavor and a decent level of hotness, but everyone once and a while you got to get nuts and throw in some serious heat with an insanity sauce or the like.




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Believe it or not Dave's Insanity and Daddy's sauce is kiddie sauce in the world of hot sauces. Hot sauces are rated using the scoville rating. For reference, Tobasco sauce is a mere 2,140 scovile.
Big Daddy's is mile at 14,000 scoville.
Dave's insanity is getting warmer at 250,000 scoville.

The grand daddy of them all is made by Blair, at a whopping 16,000,000 scoville. You know the chemical that makes peppers burn, well Blair found a way to extract and concentrate it. One drop of this stuff is enough to burn a hole straight from your mouth to your sphincter.

Read about it at http://www.sweatnspice.com/hottest_sauces.php

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One drop of this stuff is enough to burn a hole straight from your mouth to your sphincter.





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I've got some Dave's insanity sauce. Yeah, that stuff is super hot. I made gumbo with 2 habs, 2 jalepenos and some louisana hot sauce once. I shit fire for a week

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Personally I like "Ass in Space".
Burns going in and will launch you going out.
Major heat, but it still tastes good.

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I don't particularly like the flavor of Dave's Insanity; too chemical tasting. I have tried a lot of sauces to find ones with great flavor and have come up with a couple of recipies for a pretty good tasting habenero sauce.

A couple I like are:

Pain is Good Batch #37 Garlic-Style Hot Sauce
Pain is Good Batch #114 Jamaican-Style Hot Sauce
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Busha Browne's Pukka Pepper Sauce
El Yucateco Habanero Red or Green Sauce
Marie Sharp's Fiery Hot Habanero Hot Sauce (One of my favorites!)
Cholula Hot Sauce (not that hot, great for breakfast, better than Tobasco)


I got a lot of complements from my homemade sauce trying to reproduce both Batch #37 and Marie Sharp's by reading the ingredient list and guessing at the proportions.

As Tony pointed out, making this stuff at home has its perils, and chopping the habaneros in the food processor is one of the biggies! This creates a gas of the habanero juice inside the processor. It might help to let it set for a few minutes before opening the top. Treat everything gently! Even when rinsing out utensils you can distribute the gas in your house! Cooking it is a rush too and I highly recommend a day when you can keep windows open for cross ventilation.

I buy habaneros and jalapenos from the local farmer's market. There's nothing like the flavor of fresh garden-grown peppers!

I always dry some fresh habaneros as well as pickle some. The dried ones in an air-tight container will last indefinately and can be ground into pepper power or chopped and added to chili.

IMHO many of the "concentrated" sauces taste like shit! Fresh habaneros and scotch bonnets vary in heat from pretty darn hot to really hot. Both have a really nice distinctive flavor that should still stand out when made into a sauce.

For those who want to experiment with homemade sauces without fussing so much with the peppers can order the pepper mash:

Red Habanero M*A*S*H XXXXX
Orange Habanero M*A*S*H XXXX
Cayanne M*A*S*H XXX
Red Jalapeno M*A*S*H XX

These are aged (fermented) pepper mashes that can be used instead of trying to chop your own. They are ground on a stone wheel rather than chopped, then aged and preservatives added to stop the fermentation and increase the shelf life. They're a bit salty to taste (sodium benzoate) until added to something, but who eats this stuff straight anyway?

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Food that doesn't bite back isn't any fun!!!!
+1

...i also don't really care for these concentrated "super sauces"...my dad once had a guy come in our family bar in Summit with some "Jamaican Hellfire" peppers...first degree burns on the 'ole man's tongue, no shit

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Never been a fan of really spicy. If it burns too much that I can't taste the underlying food, I never understood the point. I like food too much to spoil it like that.
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i LOVE hot sauce and dave's insanity was'nt really what i expected. It did have heat dont get me wrong but it did not live up to the billing.

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Never been a fan of really spicy. If it burns too much that I can't taste the underlying food, I never understood the point. I like food too much to spoil it like that.
I agree...cant see the point in trying to hurt yourself while eating your food...I dont get it???

It's not that I dont like food with a little kick...I just dont like my food to bite me back.

Franks is all I need for hot sauce. To each his/her own I guess.

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I agree...cant see the point in trying to hurt yourself while eating your food...I dont get it???

It's not that I dont like food with a little kick...I just dont like my food to bite me back.

Franks is all I need for hot sauce. To each his/her own I guess.
Ya for everyday eating, franks really does have a good flavor to add to almost anything.




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The thing about spicey food is that it is addictive. The burn releases endorphins, which gives people pleasure. After a while people become tolerant of the burn and have to up the ante, sorta like drug addicts really. My sister-in-law is Thai and her food is simply fire. She says she has been eating spicey food for as long as she can remember.

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Yup, to people that don't eat spicy foods often, it may seem to provide only a burning mouth and sweaty upper lip...but for those of us who regularly eat hot/spicy foods, a tolerance is built to where it's a tang more than a "burning" sensation (save for these super sauces)...to me, a lot of foods are bland and tasteless without hot sauce...$.02

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Yup it does become an addiction of sorts. I have caught myself planning a meal around what kind of hot sauce I can use on it. Like right now just talking about this, I am thinking about what I can make that wil be a good carrier for the hot sauce.




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Like right now just talking about this, I am thinking about what I can make that wil be a good carrier for the hot sauce.
I may make it a burrito night

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Well, got this stuff early last year from NO

And lets say it's almost full still Not a big fan of the taste either, but shit burns like a mofo
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