American Patriot Hot Sauce is more than just eye candy! The versatile heat of Cayenne peppers and chili extract will add substantial heat to soups, chili, humdrum barbeque sauce, and wings without adding unwanted, additional flavors to your creation. And with a heat rating of seven out of ten, this hot sauce sure does pack a punch.
Ass in the Tub Hot Sauce may very well put your ass in the tub. It is extremely hot, so don’t be fooled by a funny name. Remember the saying, “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover?” Well, the funniness stops at the name, this is a serious sauce.
What would happen if you saw a ghost train chugging down the tracks? If you’re like me, it would probably take your breath away. Well, B&O Railroad Ghost Train Hot Sauce was formulated to do the same thing- take your breath away.
This is a masterpiece. The contents range from a low of 10.3 million scoville units to a pure 16 million SHU’s. In addition, to seal this work of art, Blair created two new waxes, fire yellow and power purple. Each bottle is sealed with Blair’s signature wax dip and is, of course, signed by Blair himself.
Blair’s After Death Hot Sauce is in keeping with the infamous Blair’s well deserved reputation for creating some of the hottest sauces in the world. After Death Hot Sauce is actually towards the lower end of hot, at least in Blair’s world.
Blair’s Beyond Death Hot Sauce is not for the timid, faint or heart, or occasional hot sauce taster. Originally formulated in 1992 and brought back from the dead in 2007, Beyond Death is beyond hot and will remind you that peppers can hurt you.
Blair’s Sudden Death Hot Sauce with Ginseng is a unique recipe from the infamous Blair himself. If you know Blair, you know his love for heat. Sudden Death takes the heat beyond most sauces and what most can handle.
Bone Lee’s Gourmet Hot Sauce is the product of the folks at Hot and Tasty, LLC and they certainly do make a hot and tasty sauce. Centered around the ever so delicious Cayenne Pepper, Bone Lee’s Gourmet Hot Sauce come in at a 5 out of 10 on our Peppers of Key West Heat Level Scale, that’s pretty dang hot.