Bumblefoot’s Bumblef**ked Hot Sauce


Bumblefoot’s Bumblef**ked Hot Sauce


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How do you make a hot sauce that blows your mind AND your tastebuds? You take a great Habanero mash recipe, throw in some spices and then you add 4 million SHU extract and some Monster Energy drink. Time to wake up your mouth!

Ingredients: Distilled vinegar, Orange Habanero pepper mash (Orange Habanero peppers, salt), tropical fruit salad (pineapple, red & yellow papaya, guava, water, sugar, passion juice, citric acid), tomato paste, mustard (distilled vinegar, #1 mustard seed, salt, turmeric, spices), honey mustard dressing (soybean oil, prepared mustard [water, vinegar, mustard seed, salt, turmeric], vinegar, sugar, water, egg yolk, honey, contains less than 2% of salt, xanthan gum, spice, paprika), 4 million Scoville oleoresin capsicum, Monster Energy drink (carbonated water, sugar, glucose, citric acid, natural flavours, taurine, sodium citrate, colour added, Panax ginseng extract, L-carnitine, L-tartrate, caffeine, sorbic acid, benzoic acid (as preservatives), niacinamide (Vitamin B3), sucralose, salt, D-Glucuronolactone, inositol,, guarana extract, pyridoxine hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), riboflavin (Vitamin B2), maltodextrin, cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12), ginger root, cilantro. Net weight: 148 ml

Manufactured by Cajohn's Fiery Foods Co.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Dylan Tellier (Edmonton, CA)
Tastes Horrible

Is this sauce hot? Yes, quite so. It packs a hefty sting from the 4 million SHU extract. However, it tastes terrible to me. I don't know if it's the monster energy drink, or combination of ginger root, cilantro, honey mustard dressing, tropical fruit salad, tomato paste, and habanero mash. The sauce smells fruity, as soon as I put a few drops on my tongue there was instant burn - it spread from the tongue to the sides of the mouth and back of the throat, and just kept stinging. But the flavor that hits you after that initial punch to the mouth I can only describe as strange, unsavory, and something I probably wouldn't want to put on any food. I definitely love the label and want to add this bottle to my collection which is why I purchased it, but due to my experience, this sauce will likely not be used.



Travis cole (Avon, US)
Hot sauce

Best hot sauce out there I can handle really hot sauces and hot foods I love eating hot stuff

Justin Desharnais (Calgary, CA)

Bumblefoot’s Bumblef**ked Hot Sauce

François Gauvin Rondeau
What a disappointment... :( I'm

What a disappointment... :(

I'm a real fan of hot sauces and decided to try this 6 MILLION SCOVILLE UNITS sauce (as proclaimed by Bumblefoot).

I was both excited and afraid and finally tasted it with a bunch of friends... ...only to realize what bulls*** that was.

You have to understand, it's not a BAD sauce, the ginger taste is surprising (not exactly in my favorite taste but I guess some people can enjoy it), the caffeine and ginseng are more of a selling pitch than something you'll really feel (because of the small quantities you'll actually ingest unless you drink the whole bottle) BUT WHAT'S REALLY DISAPPOINTING IS THE REAL HEAT OF THIS PRODUCT.
They say 6 000 000 scoville units? I'd say no more than 600 000 (yes that's 10 times less!).
We had a bottle of Blair's Ultra Death Sauce (800 000 to 950 000 scoville units depending of the source) and it was WAY HOTTER.

I was so disappointed that I gave the sauce a chance and asked many friends to try both the Blair's sauce and this one in different order and they all came up with the same conclusion: the 800 000 - 950 000 scoville units Blair's sauce WAS WAY HOTTER than this supposed-to-be-6-millions-scoville-units Bumblefoot sauce.