This sauce is really flavorful. The garlic is there but not garlicky. :) and it’s listed as Dawson’s mildest... but it’s far from mild overall. I really like the overall taste and the heat, but it’s a bit sneaky.
This sauce had a lot going on - which isn't necessarily a bad thing for those seeking to put it on a burger, sandwich, steak or other meat. It has flavour reminiscent of barbecue sauce, ketchup and mustard, and is shaped like an old-school plastic sauce bottle you'd expect to find one of those three afformentioned staple grill sauces in.
The heat level of this sauce was... present, but not pronounced as it put flavour in the drivers seat. Might not be the best sauce for some straight up fire, but would be fun for the whole family.
Good, solid hot sauce. Not too spicy; has just enough of a kick. It reminds me of Valentina, but with more fullness and dimension - probably owing to the tomato (adds "savoury-ness") and carrot (gives it a vegetal sweetness, if that makes sense?). The garlic is more pronounced, too. It is very much a Tex-Mex sauce, but don't let that scare you away necessarily from using it on all kinds of stuff, because it does make everything just more interesting, as any good hot sauce does. It didn't blow me away, but it's still very tasty, and if it wasn't 13 dollars a bottle, I would definitely add this to my regular rotation.
First thing you smell, the berries... the first thing you taste is berries then the heat from the peppers hit your tongue. Very hot sauce, but not inedible. my first taste of it, i put a little on some potato wedges and it was quite overpowering. Then i put some on pizza. So good.. then i put some on a banana split... even better... Then got the idea to put some on a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.. oh baby was that awesome.
This is my favorite sauce for versatility. It has more flavor and is more interesting than the most famous grocery store hot sauce. It's heat is mild-medium, I use it in everything , even if I also add a hotter sauce.
This one is a creeper and may be at my heat limit. It is very hot. I'm a light weight by this seems like an 8 out of 10. The flavour is nice and rich to start and then it hits hard and your mouth is changed for hours. Good stuff.
This is my favorite sauce when I want heat with nice flavor. It's a 7 out if 10 which for me is when I really feel the heat but I'm not uncomfortable. For a sauce that's hot it has a lot of sweetness and flavor.
El Yucateco Caribbean Habanero is a staple hot sauce, great flavour and price-point, complimented by a nicely tolerable burn for those well versed in sauce. I will always keep a bottle of this and found it goes great on burritos, shawarmas, chips and pizza. Although I haven't had the opportunity to fully explore this sauce yet by cooking with it, I fear doing so as the flavour is SO GOOD.
Seriously ^ I cannot think of a sauce I would recommend more than this one