Packaged Food

This Peanut Butter is So Hot It’s ‘Not Suitable for Children, Pets or the Elderly’

We do not recommend slathering The Instant Regret Peanut Butter on your average PB & J. Unless, of course, you actually want your tongue to disintegrate into a million pieces. This particular peanut butter sauce features the Nagu Bhut Jolokia, you know, the legendary “ghost pepper” that’s said to be 10, 000 times hotter than Tabasco. That’s ten thousand times hotter.

So imagine, along with your normal dose of peanuts and sunflower oil, Instant Regret Peanut Butter contains what was once known as the world’s hottest chili pepper (according to the 2007 Guinness World Records) — superseded only by the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion. Oh, and there’s a bit of chilli extract and some habanero to, you know, alleviate the feeling of your mouth violently setting fire.

We recommend trying this only in very small doses and, as the makers of Instant Regret products note, “DO NOT Give to unsuspecting people without warning, even if you don’t like them.”

Instant Regret Peanut Butter: £6.99 ($11.23 US) @ Firebox

via Firebox


These Evil Hot Gummi Bears Are Infused With Habanero Chilli

What’s with people infusing unsuspecting traditionally tame candies with spicy heat lately? Remember the Sriracha Lollipop? Now we’re hearing about Evil Hot Gummy Bears, habanero chili-infused gummy bears.

I can only imagine the fun to be had with those gummy bear poaching friends we all have. Sprinkle a few of them into a bag normal gummy bears, and watch them squirm when they bite into a handful of whats rightfully yours.

Ingredients include glucose syrup, sugar, water, gelatine, citric acid, habanero, chilli, fruit concentrate (grape, apple, apricots), flavorings, bees wax and vegetable oil as the coating agent.


Buy: $8.09 @ Firebox

Packaged Food

Chocolate Chilli Mustard

Combining three seemingly unrelated ingredients into one sauce, Chocolate Chilli Mustard utilizes the ingredients listed in the title to create one ridiculous spread. Suggested as a marinade for chicken or game, but also equally usable as a dip, sandwich spread or for dolloping on your roast during dinner time. But chocolate? I might have to be sold on this one…

The spread is made from Belgian chocolate, with the recipe apparently originating from Central America. The unit weighs 6.3 ounces and measures approximately 6.2 cm in diameter and 9 cm high.

If you’re not up for spreading this sauce on your sandwich, or using it in your marinades, I’m guessing the flavor might surprise you if dipped with some apple slices, maybe some pretzels or even carrots. But who are we to tell you how to use it? (£5.99 @ FireBox / Thx IncredibleThings)