the world's hottest sauce
Sudbury, MA (PRWEB) August 22, 2007
Ashley Foods, makers of award-winning sauces and extracts, introduce the latest addition that's sure to win over the fiery souls of super hot sauce aficionados everywhere. 357 Mad Dog Silver Collector's Edition is an all-natural sauce, carefully crafted with 6,000,000 Scoville Pepper Extract, to create blistering heat that hits the 750,000 Scoville Units mark. At 20% hotter than the regular Mad Dog Collector's Edition, this sauce is a must-have addition for heat seekers who want "the world's hottest sauce".
The question of which hot sauce delivers the most heat has been a source of fiery debate among chili-heads for years. Number one with a bullet. Made with 6,000,000 Scoville Pepper Extract. That's the 357 Mad Dog Silver Collectors Edition packing 750,000 sizzlin' Scoville units, along with the heavy weight crown of the Worlds Hottest Hot Sauce ever made. Sporting an oh so apropos golden bullet on a key chain, fastened to the bottle of this killer concoction, making this hotter than hot sauce a very cool collectable. Do ya feel lucky punk?
357 Mad Dog Collector's Edition is an all natural, complex sauce that begins with, Ultra Pure 6,000,000 Scoville Pepper Extract, fiery hot Habanero Peppers, 160 Scoville Super Cayenne Peppers; with red wine vinegar, garlic, onion and evaporated cane juice. The result is a sauce that packs all the heat you can handle wrapped around a wider range of flavors. Quite simply, it's more intriguing than anything you'd ever expect in a sauce that is truly "The World's Hottest Sauce."
With a legal warning on the bottle, about five-seconds after you taste the recommended dose of one scant drop or less, prepare your mouth and mind for five to 30 minutes of agony that all true chili-heads fully understand and appreciate. So what are you waiting for? Join the chili-brigade and indulge in the intense and long lasting savory eruption that comes from just a drop of 357 Mad Dog Silver Collector's Edition. Because it's so powerful, the average chili freak can get approximately 1,000,000 mind-blowing, fiery doses in each 5-oz. bottle.
Today pepper heat can be measured both organoleptically (that is by taste) and instrumentally. In the latter, an instrumental test uses high pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) to determine the amount of capsaicinoids in parts per million, with results reported as "percent capsaicinoid by HPLC. 357 Mad Dog Silver Collector's Edition is a super sizzling 750,000 HPLC, which will blow away the nearest competitor. 357 Mad Dog Silver Collector's Edition Hot Sauce packs an incendiary burn that just may go beyond its name.