SO WHAT IS THE SCOVILLE SCALE? Scientist Wilbur Scoville Named The Scoville Scale and Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) in 1912. At the time, Scoville worked for a pharmaceutical company named Parke-Davis where he developed a test called the “Scoville Organoleptic Test” which is used to measure a chili pepper’s pungency and heat.
Culley’s has become a household name for hot sauces in New Zealand and it is pretty easy to find a bottle of their sauce in most supermarkets.
Blair’s 3AM Reserve is over 100 times hotter than a jalapeno pepper and is a complex blend of fresh peppers and extracts. This product is not a sauce but a food additive and should be used as such only. Furthermore, it should be clearly understood that Blair’s 3AM Reserve is used strictly at the purchaser’s risk.
Ass Kickin’ Hot Sauce made from the current Guinness book world record holder for the hottest pepper!!
We already knew it was hot! But now it’s official the 2019 Insane in the Membrane Pepper Award!
Hottest Chilli Sauce in Newcastle