chart linked to by Time magazine says law enforcement grade pepper spray ranks between 2,000,000 and 5,000,000+ units.)
So Red Robin is serious. it's got the Fiery Ghost burger, with ghost pepper sauce and fresh-cut and fried jalapenos on top of pepperjack cheese; and the Cry Baby, which adds crispy onion straws tossed in sriracha dry seasoning, plus onions sauteed in Cholula hot sauce, pepperjack and ghost pepper ketchup.
“We are very excited to offer our guests two distinctly-Red Robin approaches to one of the world’s hottest chiles,” Dave Woolley, executive chef with Red Robin, said in a press release. “Our most adventurous guests will love how the Fiery Ghost Style tests the extreme limits of their taste buds, while the Cry Baby ... (takes) a more mild approach to the flavor of chiles and infusing both Latin American and Thai culinary influences.”
Meh, says heat blogger Scott Roberts here.
Tried it yet? Let me know... Zach Owens, assistant general manager at the 3415 Toringdon Road store, says he's a spicy guy and deems the Fiery Ghost burger "pretty hot. I need my drink with that one." (He recommends a milkshake, by the way.)