Alive & Well Energized Hot Sauce

Alive & Well Energized Hot Sauce

10 review comments

  1. FireGirl

    reviews after to this point relate to Caledra which no longer is manufactured

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  2. Tristian

    Caldera, 16 Million Scoville Unit Tower: There’s one word to describe this hot sauce: GODLIKE! It’s absolutely HOT! After tasting a drop my mouth didn’t stop burning for about an hour and a half. Holy God! And it tastes good, too (I think?)! Note: Although my opinion states I think the heat level is

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  3. The Immune

    Caldera, 16 Million Scoville Unit Tower: I wanted to kick my chili up a LOT, so I started looking around for the absolute HOTTEST of the hot sauces, and came across this. I was expecting more. I made a huge pot of chili and put 1 drop in it (it was all they said to use). It was disapointing. I got a bowl and could only taste it. I ended up putting about 5 teaspoons in before the heat hit me, and it wasn’t that bad. The sauce tastes great, but the heat is only about a habanaro. But then again, I am a flame-head, and it takes a LOT to get me to call a sauce hot, so if anything, try this sauce for it’s flavor.

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  4. Maddog

    This sauce is too mild for my liking; I ended up using 20 drops before I started to feel the heat.

    I?m still in search of the hottest sauce around!!!!

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  5. Ton80

    I used it on my corn flakes but I think the milk mellowed the heat. I now use it as a Ketchup

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  6. catkiller

    I fed some to my cat and he popped. After I was done laughing, I drank the whole bottle. I am writing this from the hospital.

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  7. Scrooluse

    Dear holy christ.. I never thought I could find another substitute for my precious Source hotsauce.. but this is it. I’ve had my previous warstories with other infamous hot brews like Da Bomb: The Final Answer, The Source, Blair’s 4am Reserve, and the ever antiqued Mad Dog series. None, none held a candle to this hellspawned liquid. Three parts Hitler, three parts Musolini, and two parts Satan are what I’d say were ingredients to this incredibly vicious edible napalm. As a standing veteran of the pepperheads, I do not advise you to put in more than a pair of drops to any more than a gallon of chili, three if you want to be daring, four or five if you really want to see the inside of the emergency room. This is most decidedly not a hotsauce you can drizzle freely over hotwings or mix with butter to lay all over your evening movie popcorn.. While the price is a bit silly, the heat and satisfaction of an evening spent sizzling is well worth it. I’m not exactly sure what I was supposed to taste other than burning, but all I know is I was fool enough to attempt a toothpick merely lightly glazed with it… woe upon me.. oh woe upon me. My first reaction was to immediately call the EPA and alert them that I had just located a Uranium spill. Few things in life hurt worse than stepping into a situation where you have underestimated your foe vastly, I couldn’t bear it.. glass after glass of milk was consumed and I still felt like I had just laid a tooth to a rather ornery cayenne. So once again I advise purchasers NOT to take this up as a daily garnish, but rather to procure it as a way to treat yourself every now and again.

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  8. Mark

    Caldera, 16 Million Scoville Unit Tower: It looks really cool. I’m definitely not going to open it. You guys must be crazy.

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  9. Fire man

    Caldera, 16 Million Scoville Unit Tower: I ate about a teaspoon of this stuff straight. It wasnt too bad. Of course my colon blew out like a rocket though.
    When I get out of the hospital, I am going to try more :-)

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  10. Name not provided

    Caldera, 16 Million Scoville Unit Tower: You have got to be kidding…With 16 million scoville units its cheaper to just get a red hot poker and suck on it!

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