We’re big fans of the Hot Ones YouTube series, and judging by your requests for the hot sauces they feature, it seems like you are, too. So we’re setting up a special section in the Hot Sauce Department to highlight some of wide variety of sauces they’ve featured. While we’re setting that up, we thought now would be a great time to highlight some of our favorites, as well! Check out these outrageous hot sauces!
TorchBearer Sauces - Zombie Apocalypse
With Ghost Chili’s and Habanero, this is the second hottest sauce that TorchBearer Sauces creates. Loaded with flavor - and heat - this one is absolutely worth picking up, with or without a hoard of undead at your heels.
Mad Dog 357 Hot Sauces
Picking up any one of the Mad Dog 357 line of hot sauces guarantees two things - heat and flavor. From just moving the needle on the Scoville Scale, to having it burst through the side trying to keep up.
High River Sauces - Rogue
Floral, fruity and hot as all get out, Rogue highlights Moruga Scorpion, Jolokia, and Red Serrano and their interplay with apples, blood oranges, and more. Complex and delicious, this one ratchets everything up to 11.
Bravado Spice - Ghost Pepper & Blueberry Hot Sauce
This one’s so simple it hurts. Slightly sweet thanks to copious amounts of blueberries, this peppery, spicy sauce works its magic on a variety of dishes. It all depends on how adventurous you’re feeling.
Pain is Good - Louisiana Style Batch #218 Hot Sauce
Cajun through and through, this Louisiana style sauce relies on habanero peppers for its heat and flavor. Want to kick your burgers, steaks, chicken, and fish into overdrive? Look no further.
Da’ Bomb - Beyond Insanity Hot Sauce
Habanero based - and, really, jam packed with habaneros, this one clocks in at almost 120k on the Scoville Scale. It doesn’t hold anything back. Lookin’ for your next go-to hot sauce? This might be it.
So get ready, Chili Heads! We’re excited to share all of these hot sauces - and more - with you, so stop by and talk with us about all things hot sauce the next time you’re at Jungle Jim’s.
And remember: keep it hot, keep it flavorful.
Jungle Jim’s “Pepperologist”