Cranky Rooster Hot Sauce – Extra Hot Set

Scotch Bonnet Hot Sauce

What’s so hot about Cranky Rooster? EVERYTHING! Especially our Scotch Bonnet Crushed Pepper Sauce. The Scotch Bonnet pepper is named for its unique shape, which closely resembles a Scotsman’s bonnet (because clearly all Scotsmen wear those!) Originally used in all types of Caribbean Cuisine, and notably in many famous Jerk Chicken recipes, the Scotch Bonnet is another pretty seriously damn hot pepper. Just a bit sweeter, fruitier and hotter than its popular cousin Habanero, this dangerously delicious Hot Sauce has a slightly more intense blend of flavors all round. Recommended for anything you want to pair with hot hot heat. Burn baby, burn!

Trinidad Scorpion Hot Sauce

Trinidad Scorpion Hot Sauce

At Cranky Rooster, we don’t claim to make the hottest sauces, just the best hot sauces. Even so, our Trinidad Scorpion Crushed Pepper Sauce, the hottest one we make, is undeniably Underwear-on-Fire Hot! Flavorful and aromatic, the Scorpion Chili is native to the region of Moruga in Trinidad & Tobago, and is aptly named for its pointy end which resembles a scorpion’s stinger. And believe us when we tell you that the heat level in this hot sauce can sting even stronger than a real scorpion! Recently it took 2nd place at the 2017 Scovie Awards, a prestigious contest held each year to choose the very best fiery foods in the world! So if you consider yourself a hot-sauce hot-shot, don’t chicken out … you’re not afraid of a little Cranky Rooster, are you??

Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce

Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce

What could be even scarier than a Cranky Rooster? The GHOST of a Cranky Rooster! That’s why we do our best to advise everyone to use our Ghost Chili Crushed Pepper Sauce sparingly and with EXTREME CAUTION. Ghost Chilies were the first peppers ever to achieve a scientific rating of over 1 million Scoville heat units, and they still rank way up there on the ever-growing list of insanely hot peppers. For hot sauce newbies, it might be safest to start with a slightly less intense (but no less delicious) level of heat, such as in our Jalapeno or Habanero Crushed Peppers Hot Sauces. But for those with previous fire-eating experience who enjoy a frightening amount of heat, our Ghost Chili Crushed Pepper Hot Sauce will serve up a deliciously eye-watering, steam-coming-out-of-your-ears taste encounter.
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