Fantastic sauce. Goes well on pretty well anything. I like it with steak, lamb and chicken. The ghost pepper is used but it's not very hot, but has enough heat to bring the food to life. Anyone can enjoy this sauce!
This stuff is legit. Had to call an ambulance for a co-worker that tried it and boasted that she could handle herself with spices. Needless to say, try it at your own risk. It was pretty flavorful however.
Tommy has hit a home run of this one folks . I smell the pears , I smell the lemon and then a party of roast veggies creeps into my brain . It taste , for me just like it smells , pears and lemon then a killer killer collection of roasted habanero and bell peppers , roasted garlic , roasted onion and roasted carrots.........my god its perfect. Its not a sauce , its a damn meal in a bottle . I love his aged oak but then sauce is magical . And heat to please even chilliheads . Its not super hot but its perfect for everyone to enjoy . Id love to call it a fruit sauce but I cant , its roasted veggie heaven . Im a reaper and 7 pot fan but this habanero sauce just got me ordering 4 more bottles.....dont worry I left you some Canada, for now :)
A sauce with a very approachable spice level, mainly in the finish. Absolutely addictive on eggs (my new favorite), beef, wings, beef or pork dumplings, among other things. Be careful about shaking well, the horse radish does stay in the bottom of the bottle otherwise.
Really savory even through the heat. Calling it a hot steak sauce is not fair, but it definitely can be one. This one has a big personality flavour. Love it on pizza, wings, and generally heavier meals. Almost finished my second bottle!
A really mild sauce. When I first tried it, I was a bit disappointed, thinking it was missing peppers. Then the flavour came in, subtle, but so tasty. I wouldn't have thought of oak as a flavouring but it works here. Another really good sauce on eggs, shrimp dumplings, and other lighter foods where the sauce can shine through!
Toms hottest sauce , the oak barrel was hot but this ones of hotteroids . I love the fact that its not a chunky globby sauce . Its has pour ability , the kind that makes mistakes into challenges . Challenges that dopamine explode into euphoric smiles of tearful happiness. It taste amazing and you can pick out peppers as they begin with the sting of the scorpion all the way the to the lite reaper log burning its way down your throat . Its a no joke sauce , if your afraid of Spontaneous human combustion stay with franks Red hot .
Just had a sauce tasting with the extended family, and this was a big winner on the popularity front. Some sweet from the honey, but not too much, nice bite, and soooo flavourful. In my opinion, would go on any meat, dumplings/perogies (would be AMAZING with cheese perogies), wings, good cheeses, baked brie ...
This sauce is one of the best ive ever had. Although its habanero, its not as hot as you'd think. Its a full flavor, taco hot sauce that works with everything. Think Taco Bell hot sauce.. but done properly. Highly recommended.
I know Ass Kickin’ often gets overlooked as a novelty brand. But they make some pretty good sauces in their own right. This one is no different, a little mild for a reaper sauce but excellent flavour and a good kick of heat. Well worth trying for a couple of bucks, the trial was enough for me to order the full sized bottle!
Great taste and respectable heat although a little mild for a ghost pepper sauce. Only reason for 4 stars was the texture. Much thinner than Ass Kickin’s other sauces, not as much body to back up the taste. But still a good sauce!
Received this as a sample with one of my orders. I must say I’m impressed! Really good ginger flavour backed with the characteristic scotch bonnet taste and burn. Would never have tried it on my own but I’ll be sure to order it in the future.
One word. Amazing. Not enough? Okay I’ll elaborate. This sauce works in sweet and savoury dishes. Great berry flavour that quickly gives way to SEARING heat. Seriously, I don’t know how they do it but Pex makes ghost peppers hotter than ghost peppers. Did I say amazing? Oh, yes I did.
Good sauce... but completely different from the original 7 pot primo recipe. The ghost and scotch bonnets have changed the flavour profile entirely, making this sauce pale in comparison to the original. Still good, but I won’t be ordering again.