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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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Mama Pearl’s Hot Sauce

The fragrance of habanero overpowers any suggestion of strawberry and has a mild but expected scent of vinegar. The taste is immediate prominent habanero with a very light sweet aftertaste, followed by the warming heat of the p...
 

 
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That Red Sauce, by HEB

The heat on this one doesn't really build or stack, though, and I quickly became accustomed to it to the point that I didn't even notice it after a few bites. But I didn't stop at a few bites!
 
 
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NYC Hot Sauce Co

It smells of a habanero kick with notes of garlic and onion, and the carrots provide a vibrant color that makes this stuff stand out.
 
 
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Slap You Silly – Sofa King Hot Sauce

When I took this sauce with me to a restaurant, both my wife and the waitress were nearly blown away when I dumped it on my fries because of “how hot it smelled.” This sauce worked very well with spaghetti, surprisi...
 

 
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Heavenly Heat Chipotle Gourmet Hot Sauce

This sauce from Heavenly Heat smells of smokey chipotle peppers, and the initial taste is of sweet Roma tomato and caramelized onion, followed by the taste of the chipotle peppers with very little heat but with a good pepper ta...
 
 
 
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Widow Maker, by Slap You Silly

While the habanero and tomatoes do come out and blend quite well together, there's also a wonderful smoky undercurrent from the chipotles.
 

 
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SliverLeaf – Marinated Bread and Butter Garlic with Ghost Peppers

One thing is for sure it smells like bread and butter garlic. No doubt about it. By looking at the cloves in the jar I wasn’t exactly sure if the garlic would be soft or still kinda hard…it’s in-between both.
 
 
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Mrs. Renfro’s Ghost Pepper Nacho Cheese Sauce

ince this is a nacho cheese sauce, the consistency is what you expect from it: thick when it’s cold, medium thick when it’s warm. Nothing really stands out when I take a good solid whiff of it.
 
 
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Smoked Jalapeno Salsa, by Pain is Good

The smokey scent here actually makes this smell a lot like a barbecue sauce, which I don't think I have ever actually encountered in a salsa before.