Yes, I said “Foo Foo Mama Choo Hot Sauce”. This one comes from High River Sauces and is made with Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper® peppers.
Moruga Madness hot sauce by CaJohn’s Fiery Foods does not break with CaJohn’s long standing tradition of providing flavor in addition to heat. The flavor and heat of the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion is certainly in there, but it is not by itself.
Dave’s Ghost Pepper hot sauce is not for the timid. Every bit of heat from the ghost pepper reveals itself. Not at first, but as a building intense heat.
Not long ago, my eight year old son asked me if he could bring a Carolina Reaper to his grade school. He told me he wanted to do it because he was proud of me. That other kids say the ghost pepper is the hottest in the world and he wanted to show them what is dad grew. Although wildly flattered, the answer was no. Why? Because I remain reasonably sane.
Made with the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion pepper, one would think this sauce would send a person screaming with flames jetting from their mouth. Instead, the heat is quite a bit more than most hot sauces but not so much that the flavor of the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion or other ingredients are masked by the capsicum.
From the Netherlands, we see Brouwerij het Uiltje now produces the Carolina Reaper: Pepperspray Porter. Now I did not make up that title. This is a spiced porter with an alcohol content of 8.4% by volume per the brewer’s website.