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Dave’s Gourmet Hurtin’ Habanero

The flavor of the Red chile is presented immediately up front, with a mild heat, with some citrus and garlic being very obvious. It then takes a few seconds, and then comes the habanero heat.
 
 
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Flamin’ Hot Funyuns from Frito Lay

The typical onion aroma is missing and replaced with the cheese aroma, so now I know that this should be a sort of cheesy onion flavor to look forward to.
 

 
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Triple Dog Dare Ya’ from Backyard Texas Sauce

The aroma is fairly smokey, but not as aggressively as the previous sauce, with big representation from the jolokia, chipotle, and a savory spiced base.|
 
 
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Gnarly Knucklebuster from Backyard Texas Sauce

This is a smoothly-pouring thin sauce. The color is a yellowish orange with flecks of red, black, and yellow throughout from what appears to be chile flesh and spices.
 
 
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Gindo’s Spice of Life Fresh and Spicy Pepper Sauce – Mild

There are a lot of exotic-sounding ingredients here, specifically in the salt category, but getting down to basics, this is a 3-pepper blend preserved with vinegar and salt, with some sugar likely in there to balance out the ac...
 

 
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Pork Barrel BBQ – Mustard BBQ

I was actually a bit surprised to see Chipotle and Ketchup included in the list here, as I figured this would likely end up as just a sweet and tart mustard sauce, but we'll see how those being added in adjust the flavor.
 
 
 
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Sadie’s of New Mexico – Red Chile Sauce

This bright red, moderately thick sauce shows lots of chilehead promise, as it looks like a pretty through blending of primarily chile peppers. The aroma definitely matches up with the ingredients list, scented heavily with chi...
 

 
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Tank’s Premium – Bloody Mary Mix and Rimmer & Seasoning

In honor of this newly found day to get in some extra party time, we’re checking out what sounds like a bloody mary mix and a seasoning/rimmer for it made for a man’s man, from Tank’s Premium.
 
 
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Maya Kaimal – Spicy Ketchup

Now, the idea of a spicy ketchup isn't all that unique in itself, but usually it's done through just some black pepper addition or a touch of a typical Louisiana style sauce.  What was a bit different here was that this was in ...
 
 
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High Octane Sauce Company – SAE 30 Chocolate Hot Sauce

Chocolate versions of a chile often indicate the upper heat range of that chile, and so when you first see the word "chocolate" on a bottle of hot sauce, you amp your mind up to prepare for what will likely be a thoroughly hot ...