From anecdotal reports, this fiery wing sauce is the one to trounce Blazin’ Sauce as BWW’s hottest on the Scoville Heat Scale, even though “officially”
Now remember I mentioned that the ghost pepper rates at a whopping one million Scoville heat units. Basically if this pepper can’t get your fire burning, nothing will.
Dave’s Gourmet Naga Jholokia (Ghost Pepper) Hot Sauce, 5-Ounce 855,000 – 1,041,427 Scoville Heat Units Heat Level: Extreme 137-155 times hotter than an average Jalapeno chili pepper.
Many people feel the jalapeño is rather hot, but in the world of the Scoville scale, it’s a relatively mild to medium chili pepper.
Bhut Jolokia, Naga Jolokia, Ghost Pepper, whatever you're going to call it, remember: it packs a punch. While it is rated at just over 1 million scoville units -- which is something like 5-10 times hotter than your typical Habanero pepper -- it still carries a wonderful flavor of it's own.
...Sauces Habanero Pepper Sauces Jalapeno Pepper Sauces Ghost / Naga Jolokia Hot Sauces Peri Peri Pepper Sauces Red Savina Sauces Rocoto Pepper
But be careful: these sauces are spicy (Scoville Units are measured through a complicated dilution process; for example, a pepper whose extract needs to be diluted 10,000 times before capsaicin is undetectible will have a rating of 10,000 Scoville Units.)
Tags: bhut jolokia, cayenne, chipotle, Ghost Pepper, habanero, hot sauce, jalapeno, Scotch Bonnet, Scoville. The Scoville scale is a measurement of the spicy heat (or piquance) of a chili pepper. It is named after its creator, American pharmacist Wilbur Scoville.
It was the single spiciest chili pepper on earth until the Trinidad scorpion gained fame a few years ago. It's over a million on the Scoville scale for god's sake.