Burn After Eating Hot Sauce Review

Disclaimer: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Pepper Geek takes part in various affiliate programs. This means that purchases through our links may result in a commission for us.

Burn After Eating Hot Sauce

About Burn After Eating Hot Sauce

Burn After Eating hot sauce comes to us from Karma Sauce, a small New York based company with a focus on locally grown produce. This particular hot sauce is being featured in the #9 spot on Season 10 of Hot Ones. This means we’re dealing with a pretty spicy sauce.

We were intrigued by the label right away, with the first ingredient touting ‘brutally hot peppers.’ The footnote indicates the types of peppers, in no particular order.

In this article, we’ll give you our take on the Burn After Eating hot sauce by Karma Sauces. Lets’ get started.

Heat: 4/5Fiery hot to most, but not among the very hottest.
Flavor: 4/5 Unique, delightful flavor.
Value: 3.5/5 Reasonable price considering the ingredients list.
Overall rating: 4/5A great, spicy sauce.

Burn After Eating Hot Sauce Review

The flavors of Burn After Eating are incredibly unique, and the burn is not overwhelming (for a chilihead). You can use this sauce on a variety of different foods.


  • Bright, savory flavor – very unique (in a GOOD way)
  • Citrus undertones
  • Good and spicy not too hot, just right (for a true Pepper Geek)

Put it on…

  • Fish / Seafood
  • Burgers
  • Grilled chicken

The aroma is the first sign that Burn After Eating anything but ordinary. You’ll pick up on notes of citrus, despite having no citrus fruits in the ingredients list. A clear tingle in the nostrils immediately warns of the heat.

The delicious flavor comes alive immediately on the palate. I suspect some mild tannins, giving a similar experience to drinking black tea.

Burn After Eating Ingredients
Burn After Eating Ingredients

Tip: Try this on crispy grilled chicken, or wings! This sauce is a nice treat for guests on Hot Ones.

Burn After Eating Scoville & Spiciness

Burn After Eating is not your Grandma’s hot sauce. This stuff packs a punch, but it isn’t too much to handle if you like things hot. Although it is featured in the #9 spot on Hot Ones season 10, guests shouldn’t have as much trouble with this as they will with Da Bomb.

To put it simply, Burn After Eating comes in at 669,000 SHUs on the Scoville Scale. Given the first ingredient is ‘brutally hot peppers,’ we expected a high Scoville rating for this sauce. I would like to know which pepper is first in line for this hot sauce…

How Much Does Burn After Eating Cost?

Burn After Eating costs around $15 Amazon. Karma originally sold this sauce only through Heatonist, but it is now more widely available thanks to increased demand.

Burn After Eating prices are still relatively high due to increased interest in superhot pepper varieties. This sauce has a lot of superhot peppers in every bottle, so it is understandable that the price is higher than your average hot sauce.

Burn After Eating Consistency

Burn After Eating is nice and thick, but easy to get out of the bottle like the Last Dab Reduxx. For a high-heat sauce like this, the consistency is just right. If a sauce is too pourable, you’re likely to overdo it.

You’ll have to work the bottle a bit to get your fill, but it’s better than accidentally dumping piles of hot sauce on your lunch.

Burn After Eating Hot Sauce Consistency

Is Burn After Eating Worth It?

The flavor and usability of this sauce is very impressive. The price is the biggest deterrent. Kudos to Karma Sauce for making a genuine hot sauce that is actually usable and deliciously unique.

PepperGeek Score


Calvin Thumbnail


One of the original Pepper Geeks! When Calvin isn’t gardening or learning more about peppers and botany, he might be traveling new places or playing some music.

Similar Posts

One Comment

  1. I have a bottle of this hot sauce. I like using as a base for pizza! Really good flavor and heat. A little bit goes a long way. I have over 30 different hot sauces in my house, and this is by far my favorite!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *