Fun Must Have Collectable Hot Sauce Bottles – Wicked!

Along with extreme heat, some hot sauce bottles bring it in another way too. In crazy style. There are some down right collectable hot sauce bottles out there that really do add spice not only to your food, but also to your table. They create conversation. They surprise. And they get a lot of laughs.

These crazy hot sauce bottles are excellent gifts for the true chilihead out there. You know the one – the friend that feels like they’ve seen (and tasted) it all. But beware – one thing that they share in common is the heat. With cool packaging typically comes an extract of pure fire. Enjoy the bottle and respect the sauce inside!

Blair’s Ultra Death Sauce

So hot, it comes with a skull as warning. 

That’s right. Blair’s Ultra Death Sauce gets right to the point with its name. No goofing around here in the packaging. With a skull, flames, and a call out to Jersey on the label, you’ve got warnings all over the place! Just kidding Jersey, we love you! And it’s where Blair’s makes its sauce, so keep on truckin’. The kicker is of course the golden skull key chain that comes attached to the sauce. It’s a visual reminder (if the label didn’t do it), that this is no simple hot sauce. It’s made with Red Savina habaneros, so yeah it lives up to its packaging, around 400,000 Scoville units.

Satan’s Blood Hot Sauce

Leaving little to the imagination…

This is a collectable hot sauce bottle from the label to the bottle shape! When you’ve got a vile of Satan’s Blood sitting next to the ketchup and mustard, people’s interest will definitely be piqued. But make sure to give them warning! This is a seriously hot chili extract of 800,000 Scoville heat units. It’ll definitely bring out the demon in everyone. Satan’s Blood won the 2002 Scovie Award for packaging – that’s the famed hot sauce awards – and a sure sign that of all the hot sauce bottles out there, this one is something special.

Da Bomb Beyond Insanity Hot Sauce

It’s well…da bomb. 

We love this hot sauce bottle for how the size of the bottle plays well with the name. It just look like a big old air bomber bomb. And of course, the reference definitely fits with the heat it delivers to your table as well.

 Da Bomb Beyond Insanity is about 20 times hotter than a jalapeƱo based sauce – it uses spicy habaneros as its base. But at around 120,000 SHU, it’s a far cry from some of the hottest sauces on this list. This isn’t a bad thing – you need a mix of heats and flavors among your hot sauce collection. Different strokes for different folks, you know.

Ass Blaster Hot Sauce with Wooden Outhouse

OK, our personal favorite among crazy hot sauce bottles.

So graphic in so many ways…First you’ve got the name. Ass Blaster. That’s one crazy name, and yet everyone will know exactly what it’s about. You are going to get some laughs. But that’s not the best part about this collectable hot sauce – it comes in a wooden outhouse! That’s right. This is packaging that goes all…the…way, and then turns the corner and heads on back. It’s really a fun one to showcase on your table. The main hot pepper in the sauce is habanero peppers.  

Mad Dog 357 Hot Sauce Silver Collector’s Edition With Bullet

Fire takes on a whole new meaning. 

Mad Dog’s labels always play up the gun imagery, but this is their collector’s hot sauce – here you’ve got the bullet hanging right on the side as a cool reminder of the explosiveness inside. It’s another habanero pepper based sauce – so it’s extreme heat, not EXTREME heat. This bottle can be hard to find, so grab it when you can.

PAIN 100% Hot Sauce

To the point, and we can respect that. 

This bottle may be simpler than many of the other hot sauce bottles that made our list, but it’s the simplicity of the message that gets us every time. PAIN 100%. They actually make incremental hot sauce levels up to that 100% too! Like PAIN 85%, so you can go for a lesser variety. But PAIN 100% definitely gives the ultimate message, and it’s definitely one that will drum up conversation around the table. It’s made with habanero peppers.

UPDATE NOTICE: This post was updated on March 30, 2022 to include new content.
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