Aldi Is Bringing Back An Even Hotter Version Of The Grim Reaper Sausage
If you got your hands on one of Aldi's super spicy Grim Reaper sausages last year and thought 'if only these were even hotter', then we've got some good news for you.
The sizzling hot snags are making a comeback, but this time, the discount supermarket has adjusted the recipe to make them even spicier still.
The sausages were first launched in February last year and were made using ghost chillis, which are more than hot enough. This time around though, the bangers are made with the hottest chillis known to man - Carolina reapers.
To give you some perspective, the ghost chilli is just over a million on the Scoville scale, while the Carolina reaper is more than one and a half million Scoville units. This means they're about 400 times hotter than jalapeños.
Now to me, that is a massive red flag and that sausage will not be going near my defenceless mouth. But clearly lots of people love subjecting themselves to molten sausage, as these guys are back by popular demand.
The Grim Reaper sausages will return to shelves up and down the land on Thursday as part of the supermarket's Specialbuys, which means they'll only be available while stocks last.
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Priced at only £1.99 for a 400g pack, it's likely those stocks won't last very long; after all, guaranteed melted tongue for only two quid is an absolute bargain.
But if you're determined to leave your untrained tastebuds weeping for mercy, it needn't necessarily be the result of ultra-spicy sausages.
Aldi is also introducing new breaded chicken roulette bites, which basically allow you to play Russian Roulette - except rather than dying if you lose, you just eat a fiery hot chicken bite instead of a mild chicken bite.
The heat comes in the form of balls, or chilli con carne meatballs to be precise. The meatballs are made with British beef and blended with red kidney beans, chilli sauce, tomatoes and red jalapenos.
The meatballs are also priced at £1.99 for a 350g pack, while the chicken bites cost £2.49 for a 450g pack.
While the store's spicy offerings undeniably represent a lot of bang for your buck, you may also want to factor in the additional cost of milk, yoghurt, sour cream, ibuprofen, etc, which quite frankly you'll need to buy if you're going to eat a pack of those sausages.
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