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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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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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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’ 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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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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Smokin’ Hot Dead Shot Habanero, by Sizzle Sauce

The tomatoes and peppers make this smell sort of like a habanero salsa. That's a good thing in my book. It tastes more like ketchup, though, albeit only slightly. The overall flavor is actually pretty subdued, and is nowhere...