Bottled Chilli Power

Standards
All our products follow BRC standards; our quality production manual and product specs are available on request.

Heat Guide
To give you an idea of just how hot our sauce is we’ve used the Scoville scale as an example, this measures the pungency of the chemical capsaicin, which is responsible for that spicy heat we all love so much. Originally invented by a pharmacist called Wilbur Scoville in 1912 to measure the heat of peppers, a more sophisticated version of the test is used today but in honour or Wilbur the unit of measure is still called the ‘Scoville Unit.’

We’ve compared the heat units in our sauce to those of some well-known hot sauce brands:

Hot Diggidy Dog:  50,000 – 100,000
Louisiana Hot Sauce: 30,000 – 50,000
Tabasco: 3,500 – 8,000

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