The 100,000 Scovilles Naga Chilli Vodka is reputed to be the world’s hottest. It’s 80 proof and contains the same level of heat as a Habanero chilli. Not enough capsaicin to make you freak out and hallucinate, but certainly enough to make you regret eating one. A 700mL bottle of Naga Chilli Vodka retails for $US64 at Firebox and even includes a paragraph-long disclaimer and PSA warning video. [Firebox via GeekAlerts]
100,000-Scoville Vodka Will Put Hair On Your Chest, Then Set It On Fire
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