Industryweek 11355 Hot Sauce

Can GE's Hot Sauce Make Grown Editors Cry?

June 27, 2016
When NED's editorial staff heard GE's 10^32 Kelvin Hot Sauce used the two hottest peppers in the world, we knew we had to try it for your viewing pleasure. As the saying goes, "Hindsight is 20/20."

You may have heard we are giving away a bottle of hot saucedeveloped by GE that uses the Carolina Reaper and Trinidad moruga scorpion peppers and sheathed in silicon carbide, the same ceramic matrix composite their new jet engines use to achieve maximum fuel efficiency. To find out why they did this, check out our in-depth feature here.

If you just want to watch two jackasses eat spoonfuls of the stuff, watch the video below!

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