Though the sauce is still undergoing some tests to get an accurate Scoville rating, it has been registering around 2.4 million on the Scoville scale. That's hotter than a raw Carolina reaper, which averages around 1.9 million.
Interestingly, the peppers are hot enough to make an intense sauce without an extract. It's actually made from a mash of pepper X, giving it, by most accounts, actual flavor instead of the flavorless onslaught of heat many sauces provide.
The first run of The Last Dab -- so named because of how the final and hottest sauce is used on "The Hot Ones" -- sold out quickly, but more is on the way. Gird yourself, it's probably going to be a gruesome experience.
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