This sultry, scorching, smoky concoction boasts a complex Creole-inspired blend of ghost peppers, habaneros, chipotles, roasted tomatoes, cilantro, smoked paprika and more — with an ever-increasing heat level that lingers long in the mouth. Don’t expect this kitten to purr! Winner of both a Scovie and Hot Pepper Pepper award.
TRY IT ON: Stir into stews and chili; dab on sandwiches, eggs and BBQ; mix into alfredo or marinara sauce; or use as base a for some mouth-searing (and mouth-water- ing) chicken wings.
HEAT LEVEL: Extra Hot
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