357 Mad Dog Hot Sauce, 5oz

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Extremely Hot Heat Level357 Mad Dog Hot Sauce got its name from the 357,000 Scoville Heat Units inside waiting to burn you. Made with fresh Habanero Peppers, Cayenne Chiles, and some 2 million SHU pepper extract, this extremely hot sauce burns like a dream for many chileheads. 357 Mad Dog Hot Sauce balances that extreme heat with additional flavor from garlic, onion, vinegar and spices, making it a tasty complement to tacos, eggs, pizza, chips, burgers, and fries.

Heat Rating: Extremely Hot

Estimated Scoville Unit Rating: 357,000 SHU

Ingredients:  Distilled Vinegar, Chile Extract, evaporated cane juice, fresh habanero peppers, garlic, onion, 160,000 scoville cayenne pepper, spices and xanthan gum.


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  • 3
    This burns hard

    Posted by AdamM on Jan 4th 2013

    If your looking for a sauce that just burns and doesn't stop look no further. As others mentioned there is no natural flavor here it tastes like pure extract (and a hint of cinnamon?). Not for the weak I've this sitting on my work desk for 3years now and the odd new person gets dared to try a dab on there finger. Let's just say it never ends well :)

  • 4

    Posted by ben on Oct 21st 2012

    very very hot! great taste and HOT! love it mixed 50/50 with franks

  • 1
    Very Poor Review

    Posted by Sergei on Oct 12th 2012

    Very, very hot, but there is no taste to it. Yor can mix it with A1 or any other souse of your choise but do not use it by itself. 357 Mad Dog Ghost Pepper Edition, is much better choise. A littele less hot but much, much tasteer...

  • 2
    tastes like synthetic pepper extract

    Posted by Garrett on Mar 10th 2011

    Had a glob of this on a chip today and I was very dissapointed. The initial taste does not taste like much and then the burn hits you. This is not a good burn but one that feels like acid is going down your throat...very very unpleasant. As I mentioned the taste was not so great, it had that very unnatural pepper extract taste. I reccomend an all natural habanero sauce if you want a quality burn.