Melinda's Naga Jolokia Pepper Sauce (5oz./148ml):Melinda's Original Naga Jolokia Pepper Sauce is pure heat. Our hottest offering by far, the Naga jolokia is confirmed by the Guinness Book of Recrods to be the hottest chili in the world (1,041,427 Scoville Units), unseating the Red Savina for the title. Also know as the Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Chile), the Raja Mirchi (King Chile) and the Naga Morich, this chile is grown primarily in the Northeastern region of India. The names are different depending on the region, however, one thing remains the same-these peppers are hot and should be consumed with caution.
Ingredients: Naga Jolokia Peppers, carrots, papayas, lime juice, vinegar, onions, passion fruit, citric acid, garlic, salt, xanthan gum.
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Nice Heat-Lacks Character
Posted by Chris Bond on 2013 Sep 16th
I tried this sauce and the Heartbreaking Dawns Cauterizer Trinidad Scorpion Hot Sauce back to back. The Cauterizer had a bit of sweetness and some character, but I believe this sauce had a tad more heat. The heat builds in intensity and lasts. I would use this sauce in chili and soups and such and use the cauterizer as a stand alone, dip or on burritos.
Steady long lasting heat
Posted by John Banfield on 2013 Feb 12th
My father reccomeded this product to me. He likes extreemly hot/spicey food and sauce; so I was hesitent to try it at first, but it is the perfect mix of heat and flavor. Don't get me wrong it is hot, and the heat will stick around for a while. I love it.
Posted by Anonymous on 2012 Nov 8th
I got this at the Hot Sauce Festival here in Austin in mid 2011, and I'm still working on the same container! A few drops will spice up a whole bowl, and its got a good flavor as well. I just got another couple of bottles - some for when I run out, some for friends!
Posted by By DAN from ILLINOIS on 2012 Aug 21st
Pros Flavorful GREAT TASTE Cons None Best Uses Marinade Pork chops Comments about Melindas Naga Jolokia Pepper Sauce: EXCELLENT SAUCE, COULD BE DANGEROUS IF YOU ARE NOT A PEPPER HEAD. GREAT FOR HOMEMADE BARBECUE. ABOUT 40 DROPS PER 10 CHOPS IF YOUR SERIOUS. THEN A COUPLE ON TOP AFTER COOKING. Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend *Original review transferred by admin
Posted by By Homersinn from Ios, GR on 2012 Aug 21st
Pros HOT Cons Overpowering Best Uses Marinade Sandwiches Comments about Melindas Naga Jolokia Pepper Sauce: The aftertaste is bad, but the sauce has an awesome kick. Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend *Original review transferred by admin
Hot, Flavorful, Scorching
Posted by By srinivassa from Huntsville, AL on 2012 Aug 21st
Pros Flavorful Great Heat Cons Overpowering Best Uses Extra Kicker Marinade Sandwiches Comments about Melindas Naga Jolokia Pepper Sauce: So far, I have only had this sauce on sub sandwiches, but it is a definite keeper for its flavor and intense heat. I will probably start using this sauce a lot for an added kicker to another sauce. For instance, add a few dozen drops to a favorite buffalo wing sauce. It is hot though. I used up the neck of the bottle on a sub my first time out. That was a lot of good pain IMO. I agree with the above poster, 5 star sauce! Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend *Original review transferred by admin