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(Daily Mail)   At 250,000 on the Scoville scale, the new Naga Chilli Vodka is so hot it comes with a special health warning   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 140
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2012-09-25 02:16:02 PM
That's farking stupid.

Now if you want a good infused liquor, just buy some hatch chiles and let them sit in a bottle of tequila for a few weeks. Put that in a margarita and it's amazing. Just the right amount of heat and sweet.
 
2012-09-25 02:22:21 PM
The health warning reads as follows:

We know you are not going to read this, just like we know you don't really want to taste this hot sauce. In fact, it's too hot to actually taste, but we also know that you'll never admit that. Just like you'll never admit that even attempting to taste it is about as pleasurable as getting kicked in the nuts by a mule. But let's face it...in the end, you're really no more than a petty and predictable little strutting Napolean who's built his entire sham of a manhood around this fiction that you like things HOT. You will never admit, ever, that anything is too hot. You will cry hot bitter tears and lose feeling in your limbs and your face will contort as if you are having a stroke and you will wish that someone would just end your misery with a bullet or a stake, but when the pain finally does pass and you are able to see again you will wheeze and tilt your head and say something that in your feeble brain sounds tough and manly, something like, well, it was OK. But, you know, I think I've had hotter. And you'll believe that everyone believes you. You'll go home and believe you've once again proven yourself. And we'll laugh at you from a distance and count our money and plan our next hotter sauce. It's really just a game, you know? We like to see how much pain you'll let us inflict on you and thank us for later. Haha, dumbass. Enjoy.
 
2012-09-25 02:27:05 PM
There is nothing dumber than extremely spicy foods. At a certain point it becomes inedible, and even dangerous. No one makes food challenges out of extremely salty or sour foods. Why? Because that would be farking dumb, just like this is.
 
2012-09-25 02:44:47 PM

NowhereMon: There is nothing dumber than extremely spicy foods. At a certain point it becomes inedible, and even dangerous. No one makes food challenges out of extremely salty or sour foods. Why? Because that would be farking dumb, just like this is.



Pretty much this.  I love hot sauce.  You know, the ones that have actual taste and not just heat.
 
2012-09-25 02:45:27 PM
Will probably order me a bottle of this. A little would go a long way for a 'kick in the pants' bloody mary.

Call me stupid, but i love the rush i get from eating super hot foods. I heat up just about everything, so why should alcohol be any different? And this is probably going to be so hot that it will be for bloody marys and parties only.
 
2012-09-25 02:56:06 PM

cK-MidnightFreak: Will probably order me a bottle of this. A little would go a long way for a 'kick in the pants' bloody mary.

Call me stupid, but i love the rush i get from eating super hot foods. I heat up just about everything, so why should alcohol be any different? And this is probably going to be so hot that it will be for bloody marys and parties only.



I have a bottle of this I put out on the bar during parties/get-togethers if *they* want to spice something up. The only liquor related surprise you will find in my house is the innocent looking bowl of cherries that have been soaking in 151 for a few days.
 
2012-09-25 03:00:06 PM
Почему?
 
2012-09-25 03:17:01 PM
The only thing those peppers are good for is cutting open and smearing all over the toilet seats in porta potties.
 
2012-09-25 03:20:34 PM

downstairs: Pretty much this. I love hot sauce. You know, the ones that have actual taste and not just heat.


That's why I like things that are "heat plus", and at a certain point the capsaicin overwhelms a lot of subtle flavors. A milder vodka infusion could be used to make alcoholic Mexican hot chocolate, which is frickin delicious with the real dark chocolate chunk and a nice scoop of cayenne pepper. Substitute a milder chili vodka, and you got a good hot drink. But with this, it's too hot to make the alcohol worthwhile; a full shot and you just have a mug of capsaicin.
 
2012-09-25 03:22:17 PM
Why?
 
2012-09-25 03:31:03 PM
FTFH: At 250,000 on the Scoville scale, the new Naga Chilli Vodka is so hot it comes with a special health warning

Naga... Noga... Not gonna drink it... 
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2012-09-25 05:28:40 PM

hugram: FTFH: At 250,000 on the Scoville scale, the new Naga Chilli Vodka is so hot it comes with a special health warning

Naga... Noga... Not gonna drink it... 
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gah. beat me to it!
 
2012-09-25 05:40:32 PM

NowhereMon: There is nothing dumber than extremely spicy foods. At a certain point it becomes inedible, and even dangerous. No one makes food challenges out of extremely salty or sour foods. Why? Because that would be farking dumb, just like this is.


This. Love the spicy and grow my peppers, but that's just stupid.
 
2012-09-25 05:41:45 PM
I'm quite happy being a wuss that likes to eat and drink thinks that don't involve pain.

That includes fruity drinks. That's right, I can taste the sweetness of fruit in alcoholic beverages and there's nothing you can do about it.
 
2012-09-25 05:43:08 PM
RIP

hipsters
 
2012-09-25 05:45:16 PM

downstairs: NowhereMon: There is nothing dumber than extremely spicy foods. At a certain point it becomes inedible, and even dangerous. No one makes food challenges out of extremely salty or sour foods. Why? Because that would be farking dumb, just like this is.


Pretty much this.  I love hot sauce.  You know, the ones that have actual taste and not just heat.


a248.e.akamai.net
Not too hot, very tasty.
 
2012-09-25 05:46:42 PM
I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.
 
2012-09-25 05:46:56 PM
I love hot sauce as much as the next man but I tried this stuff and it is grade 1 farking foul.
 
2012-09-25 05:49:45 PM
Hmm... Pepper oils suspended in alcohol... Just the thought of that combo is eating a hole in my stomach lining.
 
2012-09-25 05:50:59 PM
Hmmm, incapacitating.
 
2012-09-25 05:51:14 PM

Zarquon's Flat Tire: I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.


I've been waiting for my Ghosts to flower for the same reason. I won't eat one but have a few "tougher than you" morans at work.
 
2012-09-25 05:51:59 PM
I really love eating spicy foods, however, the next morning my anus does not appreciate it.
 
2012-09-25 05:53:00 PM
I received my naga scorpions and bhut jolokias last week. 250,000 is on par with a bag of hot fries as far as I am concerned.
 
2012-09-25 05:53:41 PM
I love spicy foods, but I also love the actual food and, you know, flavors and stuff. If it's so hot I can't taste it, I don't like it. I also love the subtle berry flavors of the actual peppers and if it is too hot, you lose that. I refuse to sacrifice the enjoyment I get from feeding my chubby face a nice, spicy (but reasonably so) food just so I can go even hotter and somehow "prove" my womanly worth. Hells no. I can handle a lot of heat but I'd still rather actually taste the food, so I go mild to medium most of the time.

/and now we know one reason why I'm a chub butt
 
2012-09-25 05:54:07 PM
I hear this sauce goes great on the doorhandles of public restrooms...
 
2012-09-25 05:56:22 PM

Zarquon's Flat Tire: I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.


4.bp.blogspot.com
I love the mango habanero sauce, but It takes me a while to get through a set of wings. The heat pushes my limit, but the flavor is fantastic.
 
2012-09-25 05:57:23 PM

violentsalvation: The only thing those peppers are good for is cutting open and smearing all over the toilet seats in porta potties.


Or mixing into chocolate chip cookie mix!!!

When I was in college, I had a dorm mate who did just that. He had a waiver that had to be agreed to before he let you have one. The cookies had a red tint to them. Most just took a small crumb or small cookie. One dumbass named Johnny did not believe us (I watched him empty the bottle of hot sauce when he made the cookie batch, as well as ordered the hot sauce from my computer, it was over 100k on the scoville scale). He took the biggest cookie in the bowl and put the entire farking thing into his mouth.

We stood there and watched as his face changed colors, as his eyes watered and defiantly he stood there, turning down our offers of milk and told us that the cookie wasn't hot. He refused another cookie before excusing himself. He said he had to study, but I knew dumbass didn't study.
 
2012-09-25 05:57:43 PM
TAKE THAT, SPACE COYOTE!
 
2012-09-25 06:00:41 PM
Chilli vodka? WHY? Also...WHY?

/flavored vodka trend needs to die
//and take the IPA/APA trend with it
 
2012-09-25 06:01:08 PM
For the hot-sauce aficionados: Peppahead has a really good ghost pepper sauce called "Trauma" that is, of course, incredibly hot, but that heat is well-balanced against a blend of other spices (similar in flavor to Tapatio, but less salty), and there's none of the metallic or chemical flavor that seems to be typical of hot sauces that aim for heat instead of flavor.

If you like hot and spicy foods, one or two tiny drops of Trauma sauce on a single bite of a relatively bland taco-truck burrito can add a nice kick and a very nice flavor. Any more than that, however, and you'll be feeling it for the rest of the day.
 
2012-09-25 06:02:02 PM
I'd try a shot.
 
2012-09-25 06:02:33 PM
I just eat this stuff pretty much straight out of the bottle, on just about everything. Mexican food, Chinese food, even on french fries.
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2012-09-25 06:03:22 PM

there their theyre: I really love eating spicy foods, however, the next morning my anus does not appreciate it.


This.

My wife also does not appreciate the mess of a yogurt enema. Last time I had Indian curry it was almost like RandyMarsh.jpg 

/creamy yogurt made with homo milk works best
/make sure it's "plain" not "vanilla"
 
2012-09-25 06:04:07 PM

Zarquon's Flat Tire: I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.


Have you made habanero relish? I've posted this before, but it's a great recipe:

5-6 large habaneros, seeded
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup fresh OJ
1 tsp salt
1 lb baby carrots
1 cup rice wine vinegar

Blend it all up and cook it down for 2-3 hours, then chill overnight.
 
2012-09-25 06:04:07 PM

KidneyStone: Zarquon's Flat Tire: I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.

I've been waiting for my Ghosts to flower for the same reason. I won't eat one but have a few "tougher than you" morans at work.


Where do you get your seeds?
 
2012-09-25 06:04:21 PM

Pocket Ninja: The health warning reads as follows:

We know you are not going to read this, just like we know you don't really want to taste this hot sauce. In fact, it's too hot to actually taste, but we also know that you'll never admit that. Just like you'll never admit that even attempting to taste it is about as pleasurable as getting kicked in the nuts by a mule. But let's face it...in the end, you're really no more than a petty and predictable little strutting Napolean who's built his entire sham of a manhood around this fiction that you like things HOT. You will never admit, ever, that anything is too hot. You will cry hot bitter tears and lose feeling in your limbs and your face will contort as if you are having a stroke and you will wish that someone would just end your misery with a bullet or a stake, but when the pain finally does pass and you are able to see again you will wheeze and tilt your head and say something that in your feeble brain sounds tough and manly, something like, well, it was OK. But, you know, I think I've had hotter. And you'll believe that everyone believes you. You'll go home and believe you've once again proven yourself. And we'll laugh at you from a distance and count our money and plan our next hotter sauce. It's really just a game, you know? We like to see how much pain you'll let us inflict on you and thank us for later. Haha, dumbass. Enjoy.


I started reading that before I saw who wrote it. Halfway through, I thought "Pocket Ninja". I was correct.

Stop wasting your time on Fark and start writing books. You're wasting talent.
 
2012-09-25 06:04:59 PM

MoronLessOff: Zarquon's Flat Tire: I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 590x245]
I love the mango habanero sauce, but It takes me a while to get through a set of wings. The heat pushes my limit, but the flavor is fantastic.


I dont have a problem with the heat, but I agree with you, this is their best sauce IMO
 
2012-09-25 06:06:38 PM
This is all I need. Not too hot, but you know...actually TASTES GOOD.
healthyprofessionals.blog.com

/hotter than the sauce
 
2012-09-25 06:07:43 PM
I have a gallon batch of Habanero sauce chilling in the fridge right now, should be ready in another month. This is the next step from the piceyun sauce I have been making over the last few years, which nice, but I am ready for something a bit hotter. In a few months I will be ready for the next step....I have 5 Bhut Johloka pepper plants growing in the greenhouse, hydroponics. They cross pollinate with the Habaneros from what I hear. Bout 6 inches high now, suckers are rough to grow.

Some say theres something wrong with me, my head. Honestly i'm just too cheap to buy overpriced tabasco sauce. Same reason I want a chicken coop, and a goat shack. Wife wont let me.
 
2012-09-25 06:08:07 PM

Onkel Buck: MoronLessOff: Zarquon's Flat Tire: I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 590x245]
I love the mango habanero sauce, but It takes me a while to get through a set of wings. The heat pushes my limit, but the flavor is fantastic.

I dont have a problem with the heat, but I agree with you, this is their best sauce IMO


When I don't feel like having the heat, their jalapeno sauce is a very close second. I can chow down on those all day and it's got a nice sweet flavor.
 
2012-09-25 06:08:44 PM

orclover: I have 5 Bhut Johloka pepper plants growing in the greenhouse, hydroponics. They cross pollinate with the Habaneros from what I hear. Bout 6 inches high now, suckers are rough to grow.

Some say theres something wrong with me, my head


What's wrong with you is wasting those facilities on farking peppers...
 
2012-09-25 06:10:59 PM

anfrind: KidneyStone: Zarquon's Flat Tire: I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.

I've been waiting for my Ghosts to flower for the same reason. I won't eat one but have a few "tougher than you" morans at work.

Where do you get your seeds?


I bought a bunch of ghost peppers from the Spice House, they came with seeds but I'm not sure if they would grow. I'm worried I'm burning out my taste buds, I've been chewing on the ghost peppers and spitting them out, just for the endorphin rush.
 
rpm
2012-09-25 06:12:30 PM
There's a bar here that makes their own (I think) that will give you a free shot just for the spectacle. I thought I was going to regret it but my response was "That's it?". There was a burn at the back of my throat but I was expecting to be down on the floor.
 
2012-09-25 06:12:40 PM

MoronLessOff: Onkel Buck: MoronLessOff: Zarquon's Flat Tire: I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 590x245]
I love the mango habanero sauce, but It takes me a while to get through a set of wings. The heat pushes my limit, but the flavor is fantastic.

I dont have a problem with the heat, but I agree with you, this is their best sauce IMO

When I don't feel like having the heat, their jalapeno sauce is a very close second. I can chow down on those all day and it's got a nice sweet flavor.


I eat ghost peppers like popcorn. I'm moving on though...they just aren't hot enough. I've moved on to just licking electric burners. I enjoy the tang.
 
2012-09-25 06:14:28 PM
That's it, I'm calling bullsh*t on half of you. It's indicative of everything in Pocket Ninja's post...
 
2012-09-25 06:16:22 PM
Opinions on this stuff?
www.cityspoonful.com

It is my firm belief that eating the Calypso Sauce will actually conjure up hallucinatory images of the guy on the bottle (presumably Matouk). So I think that the image serves as a warning and not simply decoration.
 
2012-09-25 06:17:05 PM

coldones: TAKE THAT, SPACE COYOTE!


1.bp.blogspot.com


SacriliciousBeerSwiller: This is all I need. Not too hot, but you know...actually TASTES GOOD.
[healthyprofessionals.blog.com image 230x230]

/hotter than the sauce


This stuff is damn tasty.

chilemojo.com.au
 
2012-09-25 06:22:01 PM
1000,000 is not a number.
 
2012-09-25 06:22:34 PM
You're well on your way, fellow Scoville- Seeker. Eventually you'll get bored of licking wood stoves and just do what I do and put your mouth over the holes on bee hives.
 
2012-09-25 06:23:01 PM

Zarquon's Flat Tire: I have 4.75 lbs if habaneros I pulled out of the garden, so I've been getting kicks out of watching people eat whole ones all week.


I have a bumper crop of habaneros this year too. In the past I have had fun dicing them up and putting one in a bag of melted chocolate chips. There is about a five second delay and then a sinus opening heat, nothing too scorching. Really a great mixture. If i like people I might give them a warning, otherwise I just put out a plate of chocolate in the break room.

For people looking for seeds, i would suggest pepperjoes.com. A great selection, decent prices and great support.
 
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