Melinda's Naga Jolokia Pepper Sauce- 5oz

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Ghost (Naga or Bhut Jolokia)
Contains Pepper Extract:

Extremely Hot Heat LevelBEST BY END OF SEPTEMBER 2017

Melinda's Naga Jolokia Pepper Hot Sauce is one of the hottest Melinda's sauces to date, getting all of its heat from real Naga Jolokia (aka Ghost) peppers. These peppers are on the record as clocking in at 1,041,427 Scoville Heat Units and grow primarily from the Northeastern region of India. This hot sauce won't be able to deliver as high a Scoville rating as biting into a pure Ghost Pepper would, but Melinda's Naga Jolokia Pepper Hot Sauce is still extremely hot!

Heat Rating: Extremely Hot

Estimated Scoville Unit Rating: ? (Does not contain pepper extract.)



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  • 5
    Love it

    Posted by John David on Mar 27th 2017

    It is my favorite hot but actually has flavor and not just spicy.

  • 5

    Posted by John on Aug 4th 2014

    Not sure why folks find this sauce bitter, confused about that. This is one of my favorites, made with Papaya, carrots, and onion, you get all the tropical sweetness up front...than BOOM.. the heat hits you after the tropical flavors. You can't go wrong with the sauce!

  • 4
    Nice sauce.........

    Posted by James on Aug 8th 2013

    A little bitter on the front end but not too bad. Nice heat that lasts for a few minutes. I found it to be good on steak.....

  • 4
    Melindas Naga Jolokia

    Posted by Craig on Sep 25th 2011

    This is a VERY hot sauce, but not as hot as some I've tasted. Flavor is great as it doesn't use extracts to develop the heat level. Next morning will have you saying "come on ice cream". Overall, IMO, a great hot sauce that won't let you down.

  • 4
    Pretty hot

    Posted by Jess Caylor on Jan 26th 2011

    It is not as hot as some of the other Ghost pepper sauces but it has a decent flavor which some of the others do not. I have been putting a few drops on each bite of food and it never gets to be too overwhelming. The previous reviewer is right, it can be a bit bitter but I like it.

  • 4
    Extreme heat

    Posted by Matthew on May 9th 2010

    Whew! This is very hot sauce. It has a bitter taste, so I would cut it with something to tone down the bitter taste. It doesn't last long before the heat starts melting your fillings, but it gives anything you put it in a bitey flavor. It gives you the heat it advertises, so you get your moneys worth, but there are other sauces that are as hot without the sharp taste.