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Hellfire Hot Sauce Chilimaster’s Reserve

Unique, intriguing, versatile. Chilimaster’s Reserve is probably the “sleeper” hit of the last several months as far as hot sauces go. Definitely one of the most distinctive and flavorful I’ve had in a l...
 
 
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High River Sauces’ Rogue

I’ve heard nothing but good things about High River Sauces, and had been eager to try their products for awhile. So when I first heard of Rogue, their Moruga Scorpion, Blood Orange pepper sauce, I knew I co...
 

 
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Heartbreaking Dawns: Mauvais Sang (Bad Blood)

Heartbreaking Dawns’ Mauvais Sang (Bad Blood) is a celebration of peppers, and one, I think, that any diehard chilehead would adore. It’s highly concentrated at around 85% peppers, and is one of their hottest regula...
 
 
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Hot Saucers’ Pineapple Express

Pineapple Express is an intriguing little sauce from a company called Hot Saucers out of Anaheim, California, owned by James Sunderland and Josh Todd, who can be found on the web at hotsaucers.com. The bottle is a distinctive n...
 
 
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CaJohns El Chupacabra

Contrary to its name, this sauce DOES NOT ”suck.” And what’s more, if you love spicy mustard, then you’re in for a treat. El Chupacabra is a fiery blend of Bhut Jolokia, Scotch Bonnet, Trinidad 7 Po...
 

 
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Carolina Reaper Puree

The Carolina Reaper, a.k.a. HP22B, is purported to be the new hottest known pepper in the world. As of this writing, it has yet to be “confirmed” in The Guinness Book of World Records, but it appears to be only &hel...
 
 
 
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Heat In the Heartland “hearts” El Yucateco Green

“Green with envy.” I’m not sure how that expression got started other than perhaps being an oblique reference to Shakespeare’s green-eyed emotion. But if someone had El Yucateco “Green”,...
 

 
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Melinda’s XXXXtra Reserve

It’s been a little while since my last post because I’ve been busy setting up Heat In the Heartland’s You Tube channel and uploading video tie-ins, and due to several hardware and technical difficulties, it&rs...
 
 
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Hellfire Hot Sauce’s Blueberry Hell

When I first became aware of Hellfire Hot Sauce’s Blueberry Hell, I was immediately intrigued. A blueberry-based hot sauce!? Who in the…hell would be daring enough to attempt something like this? I was intrigued, I...
 
 
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Ghost Face Killah from Twisted Pine Brewing

        Travis & Scott review Ghost Face Killah, from Twisted Pine Brewing Co. (Boulder, CO). http://www.twistedpinebrewing.com