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Melinda’s Fire Roasted Habanero and Garlic

Habanero pepper sauces come in many varieties. From the simple, straightforward and classic taste of the pepper itself, to strong flavors melded with many subtle undertones, habaneros are very adaptable. Melinda’s plays t...
 
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Purgatory Brand Alligator Alley Asphalt Sauce

Front Label: Purgatory Brand Pepper Sauce Alligator Alley Asphalt “Hotter ‘n Georgia Asphalt” Ingredients: Black beans, cayenne, Thai and scotch bonnet peppers pureed with vinegar plus poppy seeds, key lime ju...

 
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Its Hot In Canada

Not long after I started posting on The Hot Pepper Forum, Tina from the PepperMaster contacted me regarding their line of Canadian hot sauces. And even thought I’ve been dragging my feet on getting this review finished, t...
 
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2nd Half – Review of Texas Hold’em All In – No Limit Hot Sauce (& PBR’s “Buck Off” Hot Sauce) – Tasting and Scoring

Part 2 of 2 – Part 1 Here Packaging – 8.5 out of 10 The marketing text on the label is professionally colored and appropriate for the name of the sauce. But what does the State of Texas logo have to do with Texas Ho...

 
 
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Busha Browne’s Pukka Hot Pepper Sauce

Pukka Sauce has been one of my favorite hot sauces for a while. I use it primarily as a table sauce, but I’ve added a few dollops to my cooking from time to time. While it’s certainly not a mild sauce by any stretch...
 
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Smuggler's Run Fire Island Pirate Hot Sauce

Very rarely does the ingredient list of a hot sauce make me go hmmm… ~ 70% of the hot sauces on the market have the same 3 ingredients: peppers, vinegar and salt. Without reading the ingredient list on Smuggler’s Ru...

 
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Review: Kato's Hot Sauces

Kato Productions, run by Mick andRita Pinckney, recently sent me a sample of their spicy products and in the one week since I’ve opened the bottles I have only about 1/2 a bottle of each left. Kato’s Meaner Greener ...