The world’s hottest vodka is so hot its makers insist that you don’t buy it. How hot is it?
According to it's website, the world's hottest vodka is made with naga chilli peppers. The vodka itself comes in at 250,000 Scovilles (a unit of measurement that is used to rate spiciness). 250,000 Scovilles is also its name. In fact, this particular vodka is so hot it comes in a bottle with industrial-grade sealing wire and a lead security seal with a skull and crossbones embossed on it.
If you're still not convinced of the extreme hotness of this product, it is recommended that the bottle be cut open with wire cutters. Actually, the makers of the world's hottest vodka suggest that you don't even buy it at all. With some benevolent advice, they at least make the attempt to spare potential customers from having to consume their own vodka!
As you can imagine, the purchase of this vodka is not taken lightly. Buyers are warned and must understand that drinking it involves some risk of danger to their health. Additionally, a person who wishes to buy a bottle of naga chilli flavored vodka should be sound of mind (not drunk), responsible, and know that the manufacturer and retailer are not responsible for any damage or misuse that results.
One more interesting fact: A bottle goes for $55.29 (U.S.).