Talk about a "hot shot!" You'll have a tough time finding something hotter than a crazy new combination of overproof rum infused with the world's hottest pepper, the Carolina Reaper. Called simply "The World's Hottest Shot," it comes in a deceptively small and harmless-looking 45ml bottle that you can just pour in a shot glass and down in a single gulp. But before you do that, you should know that this is no ordinary shot. Not only is the rum overproof (over 63% alcohol by volume), but it also has also been infused with Carolina Reaper peppers for at least three months. The result is a barely tolerable concoction that is almost guaranteed to make you gag, sweat and scream in agony as you wait for the fire inside you to stop burning. The warning label reads: "This product is extremely hot and has the potential to cause skin and/or mouth irritation. ‘The World's hottest shot' is intended for adults only and must be kept out of reach of children and pets. Do not consume if you have heart, respiratory or digestive conditions or any other serious illness. Consume at your own risk." Produced and sold by the Wiltshire Chilli Farm in the UK, the World's Hottest Shot will set you back 20 bucks per bottle - and a whole lot of pain. Hey ya'll watch this! (Oddity Central)
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