• Mabs Sauces No. 2 - (Original) - The humble Cayenne which heats this sauce is no slouch. It has a heat rating of 30,000 to 50,000 SHU. Medium.

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Heat and taste senses vary in all of us, as does the heat in chillies. So how hot you think the sauces are is dependent on the capsaicin sensitivity of the individual, if in doubt, start low and work up until you find your number. All sauces have been developed to be used as a condiment or dipping sauce at your table or used as a marinade. They can also be used in other dishes to add flavour and heat.

  • Mabs Sauces No. 1 - The Chipotle that heats this sauce is a smoke-dried Jalapeño which has a heat rating of 2,500 to 8,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU)  A mild sauce.

  • Mabs Sauces No. 6 - The Scotch Bonnet (Yellow) that heats this sauce is mainly found in the Caribbean. It comes in several colours and has a heat rating of 100,000 to 350,000 SHU. Very hot.

My range of chilli sauces add the special something that you are looking for. Rated from 1-10, from mild to exceptionally hot Mabs Sauces have the potential to make your mouth water, or boil. Start your adventure and take up the challenge of trying them all.
  • Mabs Sauces No. 7 - The Habanero (red) Comes in various colours and has a heat rating of 100,000 to 350,000 SHU. Same as the Scotch Bonnet No. 6 but this sauce has a little more Habanero in to raise the heat. A Very hot.

  • Mabs Sauces No. 2 - (Smoky) - The same as the original sauce but with a smoky twist. Medium.

  • Mabs Sauces No. 8 - The Bhut Jolokia that heats this sauce is also known as the Ghost Pepper. It was the record holder from 2007 to 2011 with a heat rating of 800,000 to over 1,000,000 SHU. Exceptionally hot.

  • Mabs Sauces No. 3 - The Thai Red Chilli that heats this sauce is of Mexican origins which has a heat rating of 30,000 to 70,000 SHU. Hot.

  • Mabs Sauces No. 4 - The Thai Prik Jinda that heats this sauce has a heat rating of 50,000 to 100,000 SHU. Hot.

  • Mabs Sauces No. 9 - The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion that heats this sauce was a previous record holder in 2012. It has an average heat rating of 1,200,000 SHU. Exceptionally hot.

  • Mabs Sauces No. 5 - The African Bird’s Eye that heats this sauce has a heat rating of 100,000 to 225,000 SHU. Also called Piri Piri. Hot.

  • Mabs Sauces No. 10 - The Carolina Reaper that heats this sauce was the world record holder until 2017. It has an average heat rating of 1,569,300 but it peaks at over 2,000,000 SHU. Exceptionally hot.