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Tom’s Roid-Rippin’ Hot Sauce – Scorpion’s Shadow

All those fruit juices and jellies trailed by a scorpion pepper booster sound absolutely delightful. Heck, I can even see strawberry seeds dotting the inside of the bottle.
 
 
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Tom’s Roid-Rippin’ BBQ Sauce Sweet Mesquite

If you want a medium-high scale heat for the layman on your barbecue, this is it. The red habanero peppers shine through to bring this sauce to a spicy finish.
 

 
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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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Salsa Grande, from Texas Best Smokehouse

Aside from the obvious tomato smell, I was very pleased to note that the habaneros really do stand out. Though this one doesn't have the roasted scent that I've grown pretty fond of in salsas, it does come across as fresh and ...
 

 
 
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Firefly’s BBQ Sauce LIVE

Tonight on the live show we’re busting out the BeelzeBar-BQ Sauce with Firefly’s BBQ! |
 
 
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Tex-Mex Salsa, by Native Texan

Okay, so it does smell a little bit different than other salsas. There are hints of cumin, cayenne, and maybe a little bit of ginger. It's rather pleasant, and the spices blend rather well with the smell from the fruits and v...
 

 
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Pineapple Guava Pepper Sauce, by Fredericksburg Farms

The smoked flavor hits first, but it is instantly overtaken by the sweet pineapple flavor. Honestly, I've not encountered a spicy product that captures the essence of pineapple quite like this one does.
 
 
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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...
 
Snake River Farms Wagyu Brisket

 
 
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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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Wicked Tickle – Ol Smokey

One thing I have to come realize in the past year or so is that I love meat that has been smoked, though I’m still on the fence about hot sauces having that smokiness. I have had some that are really memorable, and some t...