The Chilli Factory has developed Australia’s hottest BBQ sauce, The Scorpion Strike on Steroids.
It’s made from specially grown Trinidad Scorpion chillies, which held the Guinness World Record, as the world’s hottest chilli for almost three years*.
The Scorpion Strike on Steroids comes in at a hot 2.25 million scoville heat units, nearly 1 million scovilles hotter than its original Scorpion Strike.
“The Scorpion Strike on Steroids is best used sparingly and is certainly not meant for the faint hearted,” says Director of The Chilli Factory, Daniel Morgan.
“It’s perfect for adding to marinades or stir-fries, brushing over barbequed meats, or sprinkling on a burger.”
Chillies used are grown by a number of independent farmers from the Central Coast, New South Wales to Far North Queensland.
The incredibly hot BBQ sauce is also suitable for vegan and gluten-free diets.
“We have a wide range of chilli products suitable for all tastes, from the tame to the totally wild,” says Mr Morgan.
“At The Chilli Factory we’re inspired by our own backyard and flavours from around the world. We want to inspire Australians to be adventurous and put a spicy twist on their everyday favourites.”
The Chilli Factory range includes sauces, seeds, chutneys and pastes and is available for national distribution and can be found in Independent Supermarkets, BBQ Galore, Growers Markers and Fine Foods Markets.
The RRP for The Scorpion Strike on Steroids is $28 for 150ml.
*Trinidad Scorpion Chilli Butch T Official Guiness World Record holder from 01 March 2011 until 20 November 2013.