Step Up Your Heat Game With The Hot Ones Fiery Chipotle


It’s not the hottest hot sauce in the world. If you’re tired of the mild hit of Sriracha and ready to take a step up to genuinely hot sauces, though, you might want to give the Hot Ones Fiery Chipotle a try.

Developed by Homeboy’s Hot Sauce, it’s a custom flavor created for First We Feast’s online show, Hot Ones. To the unfamiliar, the show has host Sean Evans interviewing celebrities while eating 10 chicken wings apiece, each one covered in different hot sauces of rising Scoville heat ratings. They start off with the ever-popular Sriracha and end with a couple of condiments in the six-figure Scoville scale, with this custom hot sauce coming in right in the middle (it’s the fifth hottest in the current lineup).


According to First We Feast, the Hot Ones Fiery Chipotle is their “turning point” sauce for the show – the one that gives enough of a kick to let guests know things are getting serious in the heat department.  It’s made from smoky chipotle, sweet pineapple, and lime, with a mix of ghost peppers and habanero peppers providing the necessary heat to scorch your tongue during consumption. Each bottle is handmade in small batches using fresh, natural ingredients.


Available exclusively from Heatonist, the Hot Ones Fiery Chipotle is priced at $12 a bottle.

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2 Responses

  1. David

    Oh man! My dad and I are always competing to see who can handle the hottest peppers, sauces, you name it. I am always on the lookout for new hot things to try and I think we may have just met our match. From what I’ve been reading, this stuff is seriously NO JOKE. My stomach is probably going to hate me for this one but at just over 10 bucks, you just can’t go wrong. Plus, my wife can’t get too worried about me because the ingredients are supposedly “all natural”. She’s been on a health kick for a while. I know I don’t eat the best but isn’t life about experimenting and having some fun? I can’t help it. I’m an adrenaline junky.

  2. Matthew

    Combining some of my favorite flavors of chipotle, lime, and pineapple into a hot sauce sounds delicious. My only concern is the flavor. Does it have a vinegar taste. Petes and other hot sauces tend to have a strong vinegar flavor. If this does not have the vinegar taste then it sounds very yummy.

    With the Habaneros and Ghost Peppers added in, it’ll make a little bit go a long way. A lot of hot sauces are simply white-labels. It is the exact same hot sauce but someone pays to have their own label stuck on it. Thats why I quit ordering hot sauces from new companies. The Home Boys hot sauce is unique and not simply some generic whitelabel rebrand.

    Ok, I just checked out the label and their will be NO vinegar taste because there is NO vinegar added. I definitely want to get a bottle of this now. Here is the ingredient list:

    chipotle peppers, habanero, pineapple, dried ghost pepper, carrot, curry paste, lime juice, tomato paste, sugar, salt

    I am so glad they didn’t add vinegar in as a cheap filler. Vinegar destroys most hot sauces.


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