Dave's Gourmet Ultimate Insanity Hot Sauce, 5-Ounces Class Bottles (Pack of 1)
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|Ingredients||Red Habañeros, Hot Pepper Extract, Red Chiles, Tomato Paste, Salt, Onions, Cane Vinegar, Acetic Acid, Garlic, Vegetable Oil Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid. See more|
|Package Weight||0.03 Kilograms|
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- The new hottest sauce in the universe" is even hotter than our Insanity Sauce
- It is an insanely spicy and delicious cooking ingredient and should be used diluted (with oil) or in soups, sauces or dressings
- Ingredients : red habaneros, tomato sauce, hot pepper extract, onions, red chiles, garlic, cane vinegar, vegetable oil, xanthan gum, spices
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Dave's Gourmet Hot Sauce
Dave’s breakthrough blend of peppers and spices launched the super hot market and forever changed the face of fiery foods. Its only sauce ever banned from the National Fiery Foods Show. Add an insane boost, one drop at a time, to your stews, burgers, burritos and more.
We're passionate about bringing you delicious & distinctive spicy sauces & snacks. Our fiery foods go from mildly spicy to insanely hot.
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- No Preservatives
- No Artificial Colors or Flavors
- Low Fat/Sodium
- Gluten Free
Enjoy the burn...We do!
Innovative and Authentic Flavors!
Amazing Culinary Experience
Hot Sauces...Warm to Insanely Hot
Red Habañeros, Hot Pepper Extract, Red Chiles, Tomato Paste, Salt, Onions, Cane Vinegar, Acetic Acid, Garlic, Vegetable Oil Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid.
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This stuff is HOT unfortunately not hot enough to keep rabbits away.
See, most sauces use vinegar or some other water soluble liquid to turn their concoction into a pourable sauce. Vinegar easily washes off the tongue inside of mouth. Meaning curing the burn is usually just a glass of water (or milk) away with many cheap sauces, lookin' at you Franks Red Hot.
Ultimate insanity on the other hand uses oil.
This means two things, the less important one being that there are 5 fat calories per serving due to the high oil content. The more important fact however is that oil is much harder to get out of ones mouth and off the lips than vinegar or water. Because of this Ultimate Insanity sauce slowly builds heat until it reaches intolerable levels, at which point there not an awful lot you can other then tough it out and hope you still have taste buds when it's over. On top of that if spilled on skin or left on sides of mouth this stuff will burn in the literal sense.
As far as taste goes, it's rich and not too peppery.
Highly recommended to any heat heads out there...
5 stars for honest marketing. This stuff will burn. I'm scared to use it and I don't know what you can really use it for unless you're a masochist or your digestive system is covered with wax.
Don't get me wrong, it is still VERY HOT! But just not as dangerous as it once was. Once you open it, try to put in fridge as fast as possible because the heat fades fast. The longer it sits in your fridge, the milder it gets. Though, I will give it one thing, this sauce no longer scourches, but it will still last you a while
-Will last you quite a while due to being more like an extract than a sauce
-Lack of Flavor, just mostly heat now (kinda a tangy smokey tomato flavor)
-Not as hot as it once was
All and all, if you need spice up something every now and then this is a great sauce. It is concentrated heat extract, and will last a while. There is not much to this sauce otherwise. Good luck and remember, little goes a long way.
1. My throat caught A flame and began to accelerate in heat.
2. My tongue was next as I began to chew.
3. I swallowed the bite quickly as a reaction to extinguish the heat (yeah right..)
4. Thinking smart I poured a glass of milk, and drank, and drank, and drank....
5. Going through a few glasses the pain was nice, and hot. I was happy to know the sauce wasn't a lie.
6. 15 minutes pass, and the flame was extinguished I was happy that the sauce was really hot, and so was my mouth a very nice addition to any meal for a real spice, I'm sure it would be great for chili.
Here's the breakdown in scovilles:
Tobasco Sauce = 2500 to 5000 depending on the batch.
Normal Jalapeno Pepper = 2500 to 5000
Cholula = 3600
Tobasco Habanero Sauce = 8000 to 9000
Dave's Insanity Sauce = 180,000
Dave's Ultimate Insanity Sauce = 250,000 (This is the one you're looking at)
Hopefully the list above will help any newcomers decide whether or not this is for you.If you're new to the boutique hot sauce world then I'd suggest going for the regular Insanity Sauce first.
And never forget for any new hot sauce, "ONE DROP AT A TIME!!!!"
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That said, I am a fan of very hot sauces and for some people this might be the bees knees. I've marked it according to how I like my chilli sauces but others may find it just right for the. Chilli is hard to generalist as it's all a matter of taste and what people can cope with!!
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