The Scoville scale is what determines the spiciness of a pepper. For reference, a jalapeño starts at 3,500 Scovilles and a habanero starts at 100,000 Scovilles. We consider ourselves fans of spicy food, but even a habanero (there are about five or so that can be hotter) thrown into a queso dip can be a bit much for us. Which is why we find it completely ridiculous that anyone would make a Vodka that rates 100,000 Scovilles on the tasting scale… but they did.
Taste testing video below.
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