I bought this Winnipeg based hot sauce locally, it is Fantastic. The Sri Lankan spices make this sauce unique and delicious from 90% of sauces available. Very good ghost pepper heat, more so if you chew the seeds in the sauce. Whoa. Highly recommended Canadian sauce.
I never understood the idea of having a hot sauce with your breakfast till I tried this sauce. The tomatilloes this is based on works great with eggs, hash browns etc. Great set of ingredients help make it taste fresh and wholesome too.
Its hot .....right up there with the hottest of hot. One difference is the flavor , its amazing . The sweet potato in it adds something very special , I love this sauce . What a favorable way to get rid of bodies .....bahahahahahaaha.
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.
This sauce is advertised as being the 'hottest without extract' - and true to it's name, it's HOT. The content of the sauce seemed to mostly be pepper mash, which left it without a lot of flavour, just heat.
This sauce really would make a good addition to something, because the heat doesn't quite hit as hard as some other sauces in its relative bracket. Firey Fool would go well in Chili, maybe even in a broth, and definitely in salsa or another type of sauce.
The heat from this sauce was strong, it possessed quite a sting, but the full flavor profile of this sauce would be realized and best tasted in a larger dosage.
This is a serrano pepper deal with apple cider vinegar, so it's slightly sweet but also has a nice sharpness and a pop of garlic that settles over the tongue. I would use this primarily on Mexican/Tex-Mex, though I can see it going well on eggs (so many sauces do) and other breakfast foods that involve bacon or sausage, or used in a salad dressing.
Simply addictive! I would give this sauce a 6/5 if I could. It is not only hot but very flavourful and delicious as well. Every time I try another sauce I go back to this one. This is for people who find restaurant suicide wings too mild. I even carry it in my purse.
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 is a hot jerk like sauce. If that sounds good to you then you won't be disappointed. It has the same limitations as a jerk/curry flavour as to your uses but it is delicious when used appropriately, and hot (but not crazy)