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Scoville Scale Chart for Hot Sauce and Hot Peppers


Hot Sauce, BBQ and Spicy Food Blog, featuring the famous Scoville Scale Chart for Hot Chile Peppers and Hot Sauces.

Ghost Pepper: A Fiery Pepper With A Hot Following - PepperScale


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.

Scoville Hot Sauce Heat Scale


...Sauces Chipotle Pepper Sauces Datil Pepper Sauces Fatalii Pepper Sauces Habanero Pepper Sauces Jalapeno Pepper Sauces Ghost / Naga Jolokia Hot

Homemade Ghost Pepper Chili Hot Sauce - Chili Pepper Madness


More homemade hot sauce! This one is not for Patty, though she's been enjoying hotter anad hotter chili peppers. This one is more for me, using some nice and spicy ghost peppers, aka the bhut jolokia chili pepper. Ghost Peppers top 1 Million Scoville Heat Units, which is pretty darned hot.

Hottest Hot Sauces, Extracts, Bhut Jolokia, 7.1 million Scoville Units


The hottest hot sauces including the world's hottest hot sauce. Up to 7.1 million Scoville Units.

Scoville units: ~1.2 million Peppers used: Ghost, habanero, Trinidad...


The 10 Hottest Hot Sauces You Can Buy Now. The race to pump out Scoville-packed sauces will leave even the best of us wimpering.

Making Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce | Naga Bhut Joloki | Growing Ghost...


Until that moment, I knew nothing about the Scoville heat index. My knowledge of hot peppers and hot sauce was vastly limited – about as limited as my tolerance of them.



Melinda’s Scotch Bonnet Hot Sauce. Hot Line Pepper Products Rojo Hatchanero.

Greetings From Scoville! — Flashbang Hot Sauce Heat scale 1-10...


At 3.5 million scovilles it packs a punch. I personally love to add it to ramen, or even my sriracha. It is a must have for any pepper head out there.

The Scoville Heat Scale for Chilli Peppers and Hot Sauces...


The Scoville scale is a measure of the 'hotness' of a chilli pepper or anything derived from chilli peppers, i.e. hot sauce. The scale is named after Wilbur Scoville who developed the test in 1912, for more information see measuring chilli heat.


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