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Mad Dog 357 Pepper Extract – 5 Million Scovilles

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  • Dr. Burnörium says:

    Using the finest, premium grade Oleoresin Capsicum, the blistering heat in this 5 million Scoville extract is as pure as it is phenomenal.
    Please be sensible and only use this product, a micro-drop at a time, as a cooking additive.

  • The Label says:

    Premium Pure Oleoresin Capsicum.
    HEAT LEVEL: EXTREME!!!
    WARNING: DO NOT CONSUME DIRECTLY. FOOD ADDITIVE ONLY.

  • Ingredients

    Pepper Extract

Size

50ml (1.7oz)

  • Dr. Burnörium says:

    Using the finest, premium grade Oleoresin Capsicum, the blistering heat in this 5 million Scoville extract is as pure as it is phenomenal.
    Please be sensible and only use this product, a micro-drop at a time, as a cooking additive.

  • The Label says:

    Premium Pure Oleoresin Capsicum.
    HEAT LEVEL: EXTREME!!!
    WARNING: DO NOT CONSUME DIRECTLY. FOOD ADDITIVE ONLY.

  • Ingredients

    Pepper Extract

Size

50ml (1.7oz)

Customer reviews (1)

  1. Steven McCrea

    It was almost a decade ago, actually perhaps it was exactly a decade ago this month that I was given a bottle of this by a friend prior to going to work abroad in France. As Dr Burnorium had already started on his never ending quest to destroy my taste buds completely, I was rather chuffed to make the move from a chilli extract of close to one million up to this 357 bottle.

    It certainly had a kick, numbing my lips and bringing tears of painful joy to my eyes when great servings on food (or dreaded raw teaspoons) were the choice of the day. However, what goes in, must also come out; a fair warning to anyone who takes a brobdingnagian portion from this bottle, Johnny Cash’s Ring of Fire and The Japanese Flag will probably be two things that’ll cross your mind upon the next uncomfortable visit to the Winston Churchill…

    I do recall a few days after cooking in a drunken stupor, that the skin between my index finger and thumb was in great pain, something I had unfortunately put down to temporary memory loss regarding scalding my hand during said drunken cooking. But as days numbered towards a week without blistering, I began to realise that perhaps this red tinged skin was no burn at all. In a slightly painful experience, I held my hand under hot water with soap, scrubbing vigourously… and yes, the redness disappeared. It turns out, memory is truly a fickle thing, for it became apparent the sauce-encrusted lid of this 357 had gotten onto my hands whilst opening it, right onto that particular bit of skin, faking a scald I still swear to this day was one of the “sorest burns” I had.

    Of course, as Dr Burnorium will suggest, you should be careful when using this stuff. For Mad Dog 357 was also the second chilli extract I had made the mistake of getting onto my hands before going to the loo…

    All in all, a sauce that caused me great accidental pain in more ways than one, a nasty little bottle that although really is deserving of five stars, only gets four due to the psychological trauma making me believe I had burned myself cooking, not to mention it’s dastardly effect on a particular male appendage after eating dinner and proceeding to use the loo straight after. Actually, perhaps it’s an effective form of contraception too… now it deserves five stars…

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