Reddit Reddit reviews Pure Cap Hot Sauce: Ferociously Fiery Hot Sauce (500,000 Heat Units)

We found 18 Reddit comments about Pure Cap Hot Sauce: Ferociously Fiery Hot Sauce (500,000 Heat Units). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Pure Cap Hot Sauce: Ferociously Fiery Hot Sauce (500,000 Heat Units)
Pure Cap Hot Sauce is Pure Heat Without Any FlavorCapsicum is the chemical that makes peppers hot; Comes in a Child-Proof Case for Safe CarryingAt over 500,000 Scoville (Heat Units), You'll Know When You're Using Pure CapWorried about Hot Sauce that Will Mess With the Flavor of Your Dish? Pure Cap is Heat without FlavorPure Cap Gives You the Most Heat for Your Buck
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18 Reddit comments about Pure Cap Hot Sauce: Ferociously Fiery Hot Sauce (500,000 Heat Units):

u/D0esANyoneREadTHese · 50 pointsr/IllegalLifeProTips

27 dollars for never having anyone steal your food again. Worth.

u/deadkennedy · 6 pointsr/boston

If taste is optional and you're just seeking pain, DIY might be the best route.

Make your own wings, but use Pure Cap to make the sauce instead of like Frank's Red Hot or whatever.

Pain will be certain and your butthole will hate you.

u/shawarma_llama · 6 pointsr/AskCulinary

Pure capsaicin

Edit: OK, that stuff is probably bunk.

But have you tried Dave's Scorpion Pepper or Naga Jolokia sauce? I once splashed some of his Naga Jolokia sauce on my arm, it made a raised, pink burn that lasted for 4 or 5 days.

u/dbbo · 4 pointsr/AskReddit

Lace the shit with straight capsaicin

u/KnowsTheLaw · 4 pointsr/spicy

Scotch bonnets are really hot. Just because something has scotch bonnets in it, doesn't mean you have to move up to a hotter pepper, just need more scotch.

I don't like the Matouk's, try putting Pure Cap into another tasty hot sauce you love. I sometimes buy cheap 2L bottles of louisiana style, presidents choice or whatever and spike it.

u/GitEmSteveDave · 3 pointsr/funny

For my cats, I put a drop of Pure Cap (We use it to stop our horses from chewing on wood) in some cold burger pan grease on the counter, and covered it with more grease so the smell was covered. It took a few times, but they learned a lesson.

u/roo-ster · 2 pointsr/self

Get a bottle of Pure Cap and you'll finish a book in one sitting.

u/fumanchu4u · 2 pointsr/funny

alright, so I'm a bit weird and actually have a variation of this sauce all the time on everything. I really like chilli, my brother grew naga jolokias and I kind of grew up being fed whatever was the newest hottest pepper in the world. So...this stuff is ok (but, importantly it tastes really really good). if you want hot. like excruciatingly ball shrivelingly, arse clenchingly, face meltingly hot. you need to try this:

it tastes like utter shite. but it will kill you, and then haunt your family after you are gone. it is fucking disturbing.

u/TheDemonator · 2 pointsr/fargo

No joke if you like hot stuff go there soon. Like this product linked below is like $13 a bottle right now which is the lowest I have seen it.

Satans Blood like $8.50

u/Ketrel · 2 pointsr/AskMen

Btw, the brand of capsaicin you're talking about is called Pure Cap.

I know this because of.... reasons.

u/sealclubber · 1 pointr/askscience

Suggestions for improving future studies:

Due to time and financial constraints, the original study was not able to explore the full potential of this discovery. Future studies might have better (and more controlled) results by using Menthol Crystals and a purer source of Capsaicin.

(Fair warning: Pure Cap is hotter than some pepper sprays, and is not intended to be ingested directly. Failure to use common sense can result in bodily harm and a trip to the hospital.)

u/nomodrank · 1 pointr/LosAngeles

If you're a real spicy fein then I'd commend Pure cap. Pure unadulterated capsaicin:

So Potent. You get the spice without messing with the flavors. Could just add a few drops to your favorite milder hot sauces.

u/Sacamato · 1 pointr/funny

This product has been around for at least 20 years. I remember it from the old Peppers catalog I used to get in the mail.

u/PenPenGuin · 1 pointr/Cooking

Sriracha of course, plain ol' Tobasco is in there as well as their Buffalo style (I actually like it better than Frank's). I also have a bottle of the Diablo sauce from Torchy's Tacos, and it's a pretty good topper. However there are quite a few times when I just want to add heat without changing the flavor - my go to for that is Pure Cap.

u/alabamdiego · 1 pointr/spicy

I use pure capsicum for a lot of dishes including ramen, shabu shabu, pho, chilli, etc. etc. All heat, no flavor (not much anyway).

This is the one I have.