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The Source Hot Sauce, 7.1 Million Scoville Units


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  • Hottest extract on earth
  • Use only as food additive
  • Hundred pots of chili in one ounce
  • Substitute flavor for chili for very spicy dishes
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Product Description

The Source Hot Sauce Extract is the hottest extract on earth. You must treat this product with respect and only use as a food additive. This is a must for every chili head's shelf. The Source is 7.1 million Scoville Units. The source comes in a 1 ounce bottle but you could add heat to 100 pots of chili in 1 ounce. Keep out of reach of children. Consume one drop at a time with extreme caution. Must be 21 years of age or older to purchase.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001BIXJG2
  • UPC: 732458901317
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,874 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Ingredients
Pepper Extract

Directions
At 7.1 million Scoville units, this sauce should not be eaten straight out of the jar. Use only as an additive.

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Customer Reviews

This stuff is the hottest of ANY sauce / extract I've ever had...and I've had a lot.
John Eisenhauer
One or two drops of this in the entire pot of chili and you'll be a sure fire "hottest!" category winner I bet.
Randy Reiterman
My stomach felt like I swallowed a bunch of razor blades, I almost ended up in the hospital.
prolifikk

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175 of 193 people found the following review helpful By Thunder Turtle on March 11, 2012
My friends figured I was a heavyweight when it came to hot sauce. I douse most of what I eat in Tabasco sauce; I snack on jalapeños sometimes. You get the idea. So for my birthday recently, I received The Source, innocuously perched on top of a small pile of gifts. I decided to try it the same day and to reassure everyone that my mouth was an impenetrable fortress. 7.1 million Scoville units seemed like quite a challenge, but is the sauce an unstoppable force against an immovable object?

I tested it out on some chips and salsa (hot, of course) remaining after we devoured pretty much everything else. Just two or three drops mixed into this half jar of salsa should do the trick, right?

I bit down onto the salsa-coated chip and immediately could not comprehend what was going on.

My pupils must have doubled in area. My knees buckled. No one around me could understand the agony I went through past my teary blubbering and groans. The first bite had a profound effect on my senses as the world faded around me, but would only become more intense with time.

I couldn't think straight. I gagged, I wailed, I pleaded for help. My bowels broke down as the salsa dripped little by little into my esophagus, making a sound like a dragon's gullet before projecting flame.

My body had prepared itself for only the mildest of capsaicin encounters. Not even a steel maw could have stopped this. And as if the dragon noises were omens, I returned to my senses and vomited. All over the table, some of the guests, everywhere. It was a travesty. The Source's foul domain flew out in a projectile, but soon followed the cake and pizza. Then everything. I'm pretty sure blood made it in there.

I only felt alleviated while breathing again after the ordeal.
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Michael Miller on October 8, 2013
6 years ago, I won the office chili contest in the "hottest" category by the simple expedient of dumping in half a bottle of Tabasco sauce. (7 years ago, I'd noticed all the office chili entries were wimpy stuff. Victory in at least one category would be easy.)

The more refined palates at the next chili contest called me on my cheapness because, yes, the flavor of Tabasco stands out when mixed into chilis in large quantities. Nothing wrong with Tabasco, it just didn't say much about my chili cooking skills to resort to such a store-bought, flavor-dominating hot sauce. My chili's un-altered flavor get accolades from family, friends, and paid actors (who are not a cost-efficient way to drum up votes in an office chili contest), and I wanted that to get "best chili" the next year. But a simple plan B was to aim for "hottest chili" again.

Was there a way to make my chili hot without altering the flavor? After some work on Google, the first answer was: yes. And the second answer was: The Source.

If you're not the kind of person who eats a plate of ghost peppers for breakfast, The Source is something to be used sparingly. It is not something used to flavor food; it is a very concentrated (1200 - 1400x that of Tabasco), thick, tarry extract used in tiny quantities to add heat. It might have flavor of its own, but you're getting one ounce for $80 to $100 and you don't need more than a pinhead's worth for a whole crockpot of chili. Use other stuff to get flavor in your dips, salsas, chilis, and other spicy foods.

Really, if you add a pea-sized amount to a kettle of food, it either should be a 5-gallon kettle or you better be feeding folks who gargle with habanero juice. I'm not exaggerating. I use small specks of it.
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32 of 40 people found the following review helpful By John Eisenhauer on February 28, 2010
I just started "officially" collecting hot sauces / extracts this year...2010. Although I just started collecting as a "hobby", I've been a fan of hot foods for decades. Plus, I've grown many different peppers including but not limited to jalapeño, Cayenne, and Habañero.

I thought I knew "hot"...until I tried "The Source Collectors Extract". This extract is rated at a nuclear 7,100,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU)!! I've tried it both as a food additive and directly on my tongue (DO NOT TRY THE LATTER). This stuff is the hottest of ANY sauce / extract I've ever had...and I've had a lot. There has been a few close seconds but they just didn't quite have the same peak heat or staying power. "The Source" is hot instantly and you think, "WOW, this IS HOT", but then it creeps up on you even more until your reaching for some milk...ice cream...water...anything to make it stop!!!

This is my personal favorite and I highly recommend "The Source" to anyone who is a true hot pepper enthusiast.

Five Stars!!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By prolifikk on May 6, 2014
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I did about 5 drops of this on a spoon. That pain was nothing compared to what I experienced an hour later. My stomach felt like I swallowed a bunch of razor blades, I almost ended up in the hospital. If you are crazy enough to try this stuff raw spit it out. Don't swallow it, and drink plenty of milk first.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Brian on April 8, 2012
Blood came out where it shouldn't be coming out of and from more than one place. I was like, "shieeeeet!"
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By yngdivamom on January 11, 2015
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He liked it. He said it was hot and he's one of those guys who like EXTREMELY hot hot sauces and peppers. I think it could have been a bit hotter. He didn't have any if the reactions described by the other reviewers....I was hoping he would because I was recording and that would have been great footage! He really didn't have a reaction...I was kind of disappointed. He just said "yeah it's hot". I was waiting for all the hilarious results I read on the reviews to happen. He's happy with it, so I guess my gift wasn't a total bust!
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