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I've had Bhut Jolokia in the form of Dave's ghost pepper hot sauce. It was truly the hottest thing I've ever eaten.

I bought it for my Thai fiancee who can never seem to sate her craving for something spicy. A tiny drop of it in a large pot of food makes it on fire. She adds a drop of it in a single serving of food and it's ridiculous. Your ears start to pop and it's just insanely hot. I really don't like spicy things but I found it to be quite good.
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Kalih177 wrote: I really don't like spicy things but I found it to be quite good.



Nyuboom wrote:

I don't know, anything spicy makes my face turn red and my eyes water.
I'm so fragile


Don't feel bad! That's a natural reaction for any human being! People who like spicy food can just look past the pain ~ .


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Posted 2/4/13
I love habanero hot sauce but its hard to find any that's "pure" enough around here.
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Hmm... I ate this really hot (still boiling) soup once, and it really burned my mouth.

More seriously, this Thai place around where I live makes some really hot curry. I'd say it's got to be the hottest think I've eaten.
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I once tried to eat a pizza roll straight out of the oven, I couldn't taste anything for 3 days. As for spicy foods I once tried some "After Death" hot sauce we bought at a world market. It was spicy but it didn't taste all that good.
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This breaded chicken my boyfriend picked up from tesco. It was ridiculous. And I like tobasco in my chips.
Either that or wasabi paste.

And for temperature, I don't remember what it was exactly, but I now have a scar on my tongue. It's like a V shaped pale patch in the middle that wasn't there before.
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Posted 2/4/13
i'm so lame LOL the hottest i had was wasabi hehe
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I'm Guyanese so the Wiri Wiri ( we call it Mari pepper for some reason ) is a staple in our diet. It has a really good flavor. Definitely sure I've had some others like the Red Savina and it was either a Trinidad Scorpion or Moruga, not too sure though.

I would say that 1.5 mil is the highest I've been on the Scoville scale but not higher. Too much pepper can kill the overall taste of food and defeat the purpose of eating it.

Mixing Pepper is also really awesome though. Mixing fruits like mango or tamarind into it helps give it nice flavor and texture. Cucumbers and a vinegar/lemon mix gives it a nice cool but refreshing mix. Mango for those who are familiar with chutney. And one of my all time favorite is mixing it in with coconut which gives it a nice creamy and hot mix. That I could eat all day by itself.

Now I'm hungry......

BTW I think the video was pretty awesome. I personally don't go the route of store bought. I have friends and family who make it at home. It's a hit or miss once in a while and I do lose out on variety but I'm OK with that.
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I have eaten homemade chicken wings soaked in a sauce made with habanero and ghost peppers. By far the hottest thing I have ever eaten in my life. Nobody tells you it hurts just as much on the way out...
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A roadside 50's diner has "The source", and has an open challenge for people to eat a bowl of chili. Those that finish it eat free the next time they come in (2 meals) And this guy puts in enough to make challengers cry.

I like some of it on my eggs when I go there, out of the 20 or so attempts at his chili challenge, I managed to finish twice. All of them if you count me taking the left overs home.

That sht is not something to mess around with The Bhat Jolokia and Naga vergas is something you need to train on before you can even think about handling the the 7mill stuff.
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I've got a bag of Bhut Jolokia peppers that I add to some things I cook, but mostly I go for habaneros because I like the flavor of those more (and they're available locally).
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I use habanero peppers in my chilli. Most of my friends won't eat it but I love it. I use them in omelets too. If I'm not sweating by the time I'm done eating it wasn't hot enough.
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Posted 2/5/13
Seems like habanero and the bhut jolokia are very popular! But has anyone else tried the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion and its related variants?


Romulus023 wrote:
BTW I think the video was pretty awesome. I personally don't go the route of store bought. I have friends and family who make it at home. It's a hit or miss once in a while and I do lose out on variety but I'm OK with that.


Thank you! You might be interested in some of my other "Hot Sauce Adventures" on YouTube!

I've just uploaded Part 2 of that review series, which includes heats up to 6,000,000 Scoville!
http://youtu.be/4_Qj8eL9VFE

Also, last year I got a chance to show Nobuo Uematsu and his band, Earthbound Papas, around Texas! When we went to Whataburger, the famed Final Fantasy composer also subjected himself to 6,000,000 SHU!
http://youtu.be/pjmb6BwkvlY
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Steak coated with Law Enforcement Grade Pepper Spray with a side of ghost pepper sauce, 3 gallons of milk and a friend holding his cell phone just in case. None of us could get past the first bite...lol...
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