Ultra Hot Hot Sauces

Scorch Garden is a producer of ultra hot hot sauces in Pittsburgh, PA.  
It is the combination of horticulture, food science, artistry, and information technology with a massive injection of ambition.

Do you enjoy the burn?



2018's Sauces Will be Available in

Our sauces are a blend of 9 different peppers aged with garlic and onions and given an herb-infused vinegar backbone.  Scorch Garden ultra hot hot sauces are over 50% pure pepper mash by volume which packs a devastating punch of heat with layers of seductive flavor.

They are crafted with the advanced addict in mind.  Amateur hour is over.  We take what we do very seriously.  And to create the perfect sauce, we keep everything pure, practical, and over the top.


October 31st, 2018, 6:18pm.


The lease on the plot we are growing is up on Haloween!  We have to have everything harvested and out by then.  

Take a look at the Garden at a Glance to see what the garden looked like the last time we visited it.


We never use any pesticides, weed killers, fungicides, or commercial fertilizers in our gardens. Only cardboard/newspapers, organic compost, and raw shredded wood chips.

CLICK HERE to see how we are Scorching the Garden and if you don’t like to poison your garden with, well, poison, then pass along our UNIQUE hashtag with what you are growing with #nopoisonouscrap!

They are made from the hottest peppers – Carolina Reaper, Ghost Pepper, Trinidad Scorpion, Red Habanero, as well as, Cayenne, Mexican Serrano, Jalapeno, Hungarian Wax, and Greek Pepperoncini are aged with garlic and onion and blended with an herb-infused vinegar backbone.  We never use extracts, added sugar, thickeners, artificial preservatives, flavorings, or colors in our sauces.

They are outrageously hot and exceedingly flavorful.

Each pepper we use was specifically chosen for its individual properties and flavor profiles. This makes for some of the best tasting ultra hot hot sauces. Hands down.

Since there is only one growing season per year, we only do one production run per year. Available for a limited time late fall and early winter, once they are gone, there won’t be any more until next year. Get ’em while you can.

That also means from year to year, like vintage wines, the sauces take on a slightly different character based on pepper mixes, expressed phenotypes, and growing conditions.

One facet of our artistic side creates a variety of graphic labels and nicknames for our sauces.  Bottle art is a fun aspect of hot sauce collecting, and a part of the history of Scorch Garden is 20+ years of graphic design experience.  So it only makes sense that we create three (3) different designs for each sauce. From ominous to humorous, we really enjoyed putting together each label for you to collect.  Some like the wacky, some prefer the more ominous.

What’s ON the bottle doesn’t change what is IN the bottle.

From sprout to label, we are involved every step of the way. We grow, harvest, wash, pack, blend, cook, bottle, and package ourselves. We know every pepper plant, every herb bunch, every garlic bulb, every bottle we put a cap on, we are there making sure the love and the quality is there.

We never use extracts, added sugar, thickeners, artificial preservatives, flavorings, or colors in our sauces.  Our sauces are pure and sustainable from seed to bottle. They are naturally vegan and gluten-free with no added sugar.

We can’t stress enough that we naturally grow our own ingredients so we know exactly what is going into our sauces.

We only use peppers (and tomatillos and pineapple and ginger), vinegar, water, salt, garlic, onions, and herbs.  This makes Scorch Garden ultra hot hot sauces insanely hot and unbelievably tasty.

It takes more than one pepper to Scorch a Garden.  Click below to visit the Gang of 9.

Ranging from mild fruity to smokey savor to burning magma, each pepper is a specialist and the best at what they do.

Do you know where the peppers in our sauces come from?  You should.  We invite everyone to watch our gardens grow throughout the seasons and encourage you to grow your gardens with #nopoisonouscrap.  What about where we come from?  Do you know that?  What is yet to come?  These and many other questions can be answered by clicking the links below.

See the Sauces,
Before There Are Sauces.
Carpet Gardening Guide
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