Mad Dog’s Revenge, Habanero Pepper Extract

Mad Dog's Revenge, Habanero Pepper Extract

25 review comments

  1. dageuf
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  2. dageuf
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  3. The Flying Dutchman

    I made myself a sauce with Sambal Badjak and 1 teapoonof Mad Dog. It’s hot but not as hot as I expected. It has no taste on it’s own and i just use it to add heat. The only thing that really was funny , that i was drooling intensly for 4 minutes non-stop. However my taste was ok.

    After 4 minutes the heat is just slightly on the tongue.

    You have to buy this for adding heat and not affecting the flavour of your dish

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  4. Shadow

    Is it warm in here or is it just me?

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  5. Leon Branchaud

    Well my friend bought this for me cause i walys wanted it from the shinny yellow disclaimer tag. We thought it ould be a fun idea to make buffalo wings using this stuf…so i made the sauce, added the Revenge..5 minutes later i found myself gasping for air outside and my friend Gunby had a bloddy nose simply from the steam it made. When we finished making the wings we brought them to the local arcade in town. On kid thought he would impress his girlfriend and lick the plastic wrap with all the sause on it. Now keep in mind 3 kids are crying becuase their mouths hurt..This kid licks the plastic wrap, then starts to cry as well. His lips swelled up and his tongue was huge. This stuff is great for killing egos and punishing little children!

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  6. Joe P

    I have 357 and inferno, and although this sauce has a higher pain factor, I think due to the fact that it is not thick like the other two, it almost seems less hot. It definitely turns the stomach once its in there, so I know the 1 million isn’t just a gimmick. It hits you real hard if you get it on your tongue just right, but goes away in a few minutes, while inferno and 357 love to linger. I might try thickening it up with something to see if that helps keep it on your tongue a bit more. (also, im not looking forward to my next poop…)

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  7. Andrew Da Jerky Mon

    This stuff is SUPER!! I added 1/3 tsp to a quart of chili and it tasted GREAT and had enough heat for the average individual. It was for work and I wanted to kick it up somemore, so I added another 1/4 tsp and mixed it in. I guess I had an unmixed drop somewhere in that batch ’cause I liked to have killed a guy at work (he got the pure drop). He was red and sweating and having trouble catching his breath. He recovered and so did all the people laughing at him. It was absolutely fantastic. You have GOT to try this additive.

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  8. just the right amount of heat and a GREAT Hab taste. This should be in everyones kitchen.

    Absolutely Fantastic. Added 3/4 tsp to 2 quarts of chili, being careful to get it all mixed in evenly (because it is thick, this can be tricky). It was perfect

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  9. Master

    Oh my goodness, tastes like sugar, fools!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  10. Medicine man

    Good habenero flavor and a ml is all you need to contaminate a gallon of salsa. I put a drop on a penutbutter ball and gave it to a squirel. The squirel thought it was dead for 45 min.

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  11. Name not provided

    Very very hot, and virtually no taste, but still a nice food additive :)

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  12. Tealeaf

    I ordered this stuff because there is a thief at my work who is stealing my tv dinners. The plan was to obtain some super hot sauce and use a printer ink refiller to inject some into a meatball. Evil? Perhaps. But learning experiences aren’t always pleasant.

    Anyways, the stuff just arrived in the mail. My husband, who can handle much hotter food than I can, put some on his finger and declared that he thought it wasn’t too hot, and that Dave’s Insanity was hotter. Then a couple of minutes later he told me that maybe this stuff was hot. Then about fourty five minutes later he told me the burning in his mouth still wasn’t dying down.

    I made dinner tonight. First we had a salad, and then fajitas. The recipe I was using was a bit bland, so I thought to use MDR to liven it up a bit. I didn’t want pour any in, so I took a small piece of grated carrot and dipped it in. It thickly coated the carrot shard, looking thicker than vegetable oil. I estimate I got about half a drop on the carrot. I dropped in in with the fajita meat (I don’t normal add carrots to my fajita’s!) and then served it up after a brief cooking.

    My husband allowed this this was quite hot. It was almost too hot for me to eat. I had to drink milk afterwards. Then, I noticed a very small segment of the carrot on my dinner plate. I decided to just see what it might be like. I put it on my tongue. Slowly, the burning filled my mouth. It wasn’t a fast burn like tabasco is (for me). But it kept building. In a very short order, I was gagging and starting to feel nausous. I got more milk, which cured it.

    This stuff is hot, no doubt about it. But it is a different type of heat than most hot things I have put in my mouth. Slow, steady, and very long lasting. Not to much flavor to speak of, just the sensation of burning.

    I gotta figure out a way to put a very amount of this in my dishes. Perhaps using a toothpick?

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  13. www.schaeneman.com

    I love hot sauce and so do a lot of my friends. I like this stuff but no one I know can handal this one. Mad dog 357 has a much better flavor but thats only becouse they put flavor into it. 357 is no wear as hot as the revenge. This stuff is pure extact and does no have flavor. I highly recomend it, it will save you money. I bought a bottel about a year ago and use it every day and the bottel is still full! no joke.
    Stephen Schaeneman

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  14. Dale H

    This was my first purchase from Firegirl. Great taste and great service on my order. This stuff is a bargain for 1,000,000 scoville units that actually has a flavor.Take it from a native Texan and don’t pass this up.

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  15. Name not provided

    I like to eat and drink it puffle buffles rule

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  16. Chilehead

    This sauce is actually not as hot as it claims to be, though it’s not nearly as disappointing as Blair’s 3 A.M. Reserve.

    I however did find Mad Dog 357, which Mad Dog’s Reenge claims to be 3X hotter than to be hotter than Mad Dog’s Revenge.

    Also Mad Dog’s Revenge tastes great, though not as great as Mad Dog 357.

    This is a good sauce to get, though I would definitely reccomend Mad Dog 357 more, as Mad Dog 357 is IMO hotter than this and is cheaper and comes in a bigger bottle, and has a cooler label.

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  17. Andrew N.

    This is my first excursion into the extracts, unless you count Dave’s Ultimate. It arrived this morning, and I ripped the sucker open to try it out. I fried up some veggie dogs and sat the missus down for a taster. It smelled just like a habanero, and moves in the bottle like vegetable oil. I guess this is a pretty pure extract. We decided that dripping it from a chopstick was the way to go so we can control the amount used. Good idea and bad… We each put a good 8-10 drops on each, and decided that it was bloody hot, and a good purchase. But that’s no way to taste a sauce, the bread will soak most of it up, so it’s decieving. So, I spied the dripping red chopstick… And licked the rest off. I was one hurtin’ unit. A strong burn with throbbing pains right down to my stomach. I danced about in pain for a while and eventually it subsided. Well worth the money for what you get, highly recommended.

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  18. Name not provided
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  19. Name not provided

    The heat is very intense at first but dies down pretty quick.Used in moderation it is not bad.I gave a bottle to some mexicans at work and they said it was the hottest that they ever tasted.A friend put 2 drops on nachos and it made him sweat and his eyes water.

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  20. Wally

    I have been eating “the hottest fuckin sauce” and Liquid Stoopid” on a regular basis for some time now and when i tasted this stuff. well, a little dab on my finger to my tounge really set it off!! pretty damn hot.definitly would be good if mixed with other stuff or 2 mix with meat.Tastes like a Chili

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  21. Look Out

    If you don’t think this is hot , you are not from planet earth. Wow

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  22. Habanero Head

    This along with 357 is probably the best tasting sauces out there, with the exception of Hababnero 750.

    This claims to be 1 million scoville, or about 3 times hotter than 357, but I don’t really find it to be that much hotter than 357. Mad Dog’s Revenge tastes quite a bit like a fresh habanero pepper.

    Now Habanero 750 tastes just like a fresh habanero pepper.

    Well, anyways I highly reccomend Mad Dog’s Revenge. It’s hot , with a great flavor and fairly cheap.

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  23. Aaron

    This stuff actually isn’t that hot. I put a drop on my tongue, and it was bearable. I think it’s because it doesn’t spread though.

    Btw, this thing has no taste.

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  24. Chris Ball

    OK some of you might think Im crazy for not rating this too hot but Im a true super atomic hardcore fireeating chilehead. I just got this sauce today along with Da Bomb Final Answer and Blairs 3 AM Reserve I just got done trying all 3 sauces on a pizza I just ordered from Pizza Hut.This is a great sauce for people who love ultrahot hot sauces though its not as hot as Final Answer or 3 AM Reserve.I reccomend this sauce to any superatomic hardcore fireeating chilehead like myself along with Final Answer and 3 AM Reserve.So what are you waiting for dont be afraid try this sauce you’ll love it.

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  25. Name not provided

    i eat all the so called “hottest” sauces, and this one has the most fire. be careful with this stuff. mad dog makes some good sauce!

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