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Dave’s Gourmet Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce

Meet Dave’s Gourmet Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce, the newest member of the Dave Family hot sauces with a whopping 650,000 SHU’s, ‘so Hot it’s Spooky’! Made with the hottest chili in the world, the Naga Jolokia aka Ghost Pepper, followed by hot pepper extract, this hot sauce is MUCH hotter than the famous Dave’s Gourmet Insanity Hot Sauce. This bottle comes with serious warnings, Keep away from eyes, children and pets, and don’t consume if you have heart or respiratory problems. Dave’s Gourmet Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce should be used as a food additive!

You litterally only need to use this bad boy one toothpick drop at a time! You have been warned chili-heads!

Scoville Heat Units (SHU) : 650,000

Hot Sauce Brand: Dave’s Gourmet Inc.

Origin: United States

Hot Sauce Ingredients: Ghost Pepper/Naga Jolokia, Hot Pepper Extract, Salt, Vegetable Oil, Roasted Garlic Pulp, Acetic Acid.

Check out more products from: Dave’s Gourmet Inc.

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  • Dave May 2, 2012, 9:19 pm

    There is nothing that can prepare you for the heat this sauce emits. The best way to describe it when you put a toothpick drop on your tongue is imagine a nail glowing red hot and placing the nail on your tongue. Really hot!!!

  • Seth December 13, 2015, 6:51 am

    Ladies and gentlemen, I’m proud to present to you Tabasco’s drunk and psychotic cousin.
    In the description, it states “you litterally only need to use one tooth pick drop at a time”. That’s not bullsh*t!
    The first time I tried it: It was like a mouth full of hornets stinging everywhere they can reach, and that was only one drop. I highly recommend it on pizza, to alter spaghetti sauce, or use in a very mean practical joke. Enjoy.

  • Joseph April 8, 2019, 7:17 pm

    Just made hot wings with this. Well, hot wing. Wasn’t confident enough to put more then one of my wings in it. I completely coated the wing in it then broiled both sides of the wing at 500 degrees for 1 minute to caramelize the sauce into the wing. It lit my mouth up. I tasted the ghost pepper and the garlic but it also has a bit of a chemically Tabasco flavor which I assume is from the hot pepper extracts.
    7/10

  • Aaron December 27, 2019, 2:31 am

    I just “graduated” to this sauce. I will tell you one thing, this stuff is HOT. I’m good for about 5-8 drops per taco and it lights me up. The pleasant part about this sauce is the flavor before the burn. It’s a bit smokey and that garlic shows up just before the burn. I think this sauce would be great blended with a bit of habanero for a little citrus-like flavor, but that is for next taco night. I recommend this to anyone who loves HOT sauces.

  • Chris May 12, 2020, 6:30 pm

    Wife brought this home, and I assumed it would be somewhere between Dave’s insanity and the plethora of other ghost Pepper sauces I have tried.

    It’s not, and certainly feels like the 650000 shu it’s advertised at.

    I endeavored, determined not to be defeated by a “Dave’s gourmet” product, as I didn’t believe it could be this hot.

    After adjusting to the heat, the flavors do start to come out. It’s a very pepper forward sauce, followed by garlic that is about as intense as chewing raw garlic.

    I’m a garlic lover and could enjoy the strong flavour, if it was not followed immediately by the acidic and foul aftertaste that is common with extract based hot sauces.

    This for me is the only unforgivable sin committed by Dave’s Ghost Pepper sauce. The garlic is an obvious attempt to mask the flavour profile of the extracts, and it does not succeed.

    The uninitiated will experience this sauce as a “novelty” product, too hot to really enjoy. Those of us that are constantly looking to bring our food to the next tier of heat and flavor could likely find something at this heat range that is not so reliant on extracts.

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