According to sources, some scorpion peppers have the equivalent in Scoville units to pure, undiluted US grade pepper spray. While this chili pepper water is made with homegrown scorpion chilis, it lingers just enough without masking the flavor of food.
The heat is intense and smoky. Best on kalua pig and fresh ahi poke, but we put it on everything! Once you have this, you won’t go back to that sissy pink water you get at the store. This is the real deal.
Below: Chili peppers are washed and poured into a blender with water.
Bolohead chili tree
The blended scorpion chilis are added to more water and boiled on an open flame wok. Don’t breathe too deep. Actually don’t breathe at all. The fumes are unreal!
Secret to the sauce
Let the chili pepper water cool before pouring into bottles. Refrigerate and use on anything that requires that little extra something.
Sealed with pop’s stamp of approval. Made a total of 5 bottles to take home and share
Although scorpion peppers are considered some of the hottest in the world, there is actually one pepper that’s even hotter–the Carolina Reaper–hottest chili in the world according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
- Blend scorpion chilis with water
- Add to boiling water
- Add chicken granules & salt to taste
- Allow to cool then bottle