Posts Tagged ‘habanero’
 
 
 
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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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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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Capsicana – Hot Burrito Sauce

Capsicana Chilli Co Ltd love chillis and world cuisine including Mexican. Their sauces are handmade in small batches. The sauce I have to test is the ‘Hot Burrito Sauce’ which claims to use ‘a unique blend of ...
 

 
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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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User-Friendly Habanero Hot Sauce, by Slap You Silly

This is one of the more complex sauces I've had in recent memory, and the multiple layers of onion, sweet pepper, and habanero flavor are impressive.
 

 
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Pappy’s Hottest Ride in Town Barbecue Sauce

This sauce smells amazing. Hottest Ride in Town immediately brings to mind brisket and ribs, which is an excellent compliment in my book.|
 
 
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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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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.