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Satan's Blood Chile Extract Hot Sauce, 1.35 Ounce
- First Place Winner of the 2002 Scovie Awards
- Conceived on Friday the 13th in October 2000, during a full moon.
- 800,000 Scoville units it is all the heat you will ever need.
- Comes in an irresistible,1.35oz bottle
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Satan's blood hot sauce (1.35 fl.oz./40 ml): blood vial shaped bottle with 800,000 scoville units of pepper extract. Conceived on Friday the 13th in October 2000, during a full moon. This is a must-have collectible. Ingredients: Chile extract and red wine vinegar brand: Satan's blood hot sauce manufacturer: sauce crafters awards: first place winner of the 2002 scovie awards for packaging
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Turns out, it’s effectively hotter than most. He claims the only thing hotter is the Ultimate Insanity, but he prefers the flavor of this one.
I accidentally got some on my hand it while cleaning up dinner and then touched my face. I had to keep an ice cube on my cheek for over an hour. I will never see the appeal of this stuff. People who like burning hot stuff are weird.
I now sit on the toilet with my Cell in one hand calling the local fire department (sitting on a bowl full of flames sounds like something they can help me with) and my smart phone in the other, typing up this review. All I did was lick the stopper! how was I to know I'd be blasting hellfire out of my other end?!
Well, it certainly brought a tear to my eye, but I couldn't focus on my own pain as I was laughing too hard from the accidental manslaughter charges I would soon be facing.
I've never seen a 100% dark skinned Italian turn fire-truck red before. Tears were flowing fast enough that if he just shouted "woo-woo" he could have been a fire-truck.
Overall, great extract. I highly recommend giving to unsuspecting friends. It transforms them into EMS vehicles, which they may need afterwards.
Incredibly hot (10/10)
No horrible, spicy smell, so overall good for pranks (I personally recommend putting it in chili!)
Interesting design, name, and bottle. Usually strikes fear into its victim's eyes after ingestion.
There are no cons to this product. You get what you pay for. Satan's blood will turn the strongest man into a wimpy little girl.
Ultimate Euphoria: the first few times I ate satans blood I experienced something I haven't before with hot sauce or peppers. It burned my mouth so bad that I was knocked back in my seat, and the room started spinning. there was a heavy ringing in my ears and everything seemed to be moving in slow motion. This to me, was an amazing feeling brought on by the intense heat of the extract. I have been trying to get that feeling back but I cant seem to find that burn again and its really bumming me out. I wonder if chili peppers can induce hallucinations, I feel like I came pretty close.
Tastes Like: Oleoresin Capsicum (pepper spray). I have eaten pepper spray multiple times and love the flavor. SB tastes like a less chemically version of pepper spray
Looks like: Actual Blood
Burn level: Extremely high. Quite possibly dangerous for the untrained mouth. not recommended for pranking friends.
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It says on the bottle do not consume, DO NOT CONSUME. This is way tougher than “the end” or “da bomb”, or even a straight up ghost pepper.
Little back story, the guys at work all enjoy hot things so we have taken turns bringing in peppers, sauces, popcorn, suckers, oils, you name it. I have tried 6million plus scoville sauces no problem. This little bottle of Satan’s what ever you want to call it is brutal. 6 guys tried it, not one could speak, I was nauseous, 1 guy cried, one dude ate a tub of yogurt and went home. 2 hours later one guy finally told me “that was just nasty, not even fun just death like pain”
The scoville units of this bottle don’t factor in the makeup of product. This is a pure oil extract, it doesn’t dissipate, it coats your entire mouth and throat with all of the fire fire from Satan’s veins and doesn’t give you a break. 6 big men, seasoned in hot sauces turned into little boys.
The bottle comes zap strapped shut from factory, after the one experience I put a much larger, stronger zap strap on it and hit it in the dark depths of “that cupboard” ( you know the one that’s full of god knows what and never gets opened) and make sure to make no mention of its existence. For those who dare to ask for it I shiver and tell them the story.
Hot sauce lovers beware, this is other world kind of stuff, your not ready for this... no one is
Beautiful package, great story, screwed my guts up for weeks.
A little adds heat without changing the flavour of your food.
Use a tooth pick or skewer.
I add into a full pot of food.
Trying to do single portions is hard to regulate as this is an extreme hot sauce
Use with caution.
Definitely wash your hands after handling.
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