Today’s review is going to be of Dave’s Cool Cayenne hot sauce by Dave’s Gourmet hot sauce. It has a relatively mild spicy component to it. Personally, I could see this sauce as having a variety of uses. Sausage and gravy biscuits, grits, omelets, any pasta dishes, steak and pizza.
Today’s review is going to be of Melinda’s Chipotle pepper hot sauce. It has a decent level of spice to it and a great flavor. Personally, I would recommend this sauce for people who love the taste of chipotle peppers. Good uses would be at breakfast time on scrambled eggs, sausage and gravy biscuits, grits, pastas or pizza.
Today’s review is going to be of Gator Hammock Gator Sauce hot sauce. It has a great cayenne pepper flavor and heat to it. Personally, I would recommend this on any meats, omelets, grits, sausage and gravy biscuits. This would be a good sauce for a hot pasta in my opinion. Heat would be described as mild to medium.
Today’s review is going to be of Dave’s Gourmet Insanity hot sauce by Dave’s Gourmet hot sauce company. It has a decent amount of heat to it. This would be a hot sauce that would be worth adding to some hot pastas, pizza, sausage and gravy biscuits, as well as any meats. What I must note is that for it being an extract-based hot sauce, with the pepper extract not being detectable to the taste, a respectable amount of heat is definitely there. The only real issue is the lack of flavor. Spice factor is to my liking, however, its overall flavor is lacking. It probably would not alter the taste of food, however, its heat level gives it some appeal.
Today’s review is going to be of El Yucateco Jalapeno hot sauce. I would describe this as having a typical flavor of a jalapeno pepper sauce. Personally, I would recommend this sauce for use with sausage and gravy biscuits, a hot pasta dish, omelets or any meats.
Today’s review is going to be of Cerberus hot sauce by Cajohns Fiery Foods. A combination of Trinidad Douglah, Reaper and 7-Pot Primo, this three headed monster will devour your taste buds. A worthy addition to our now Legendary “Monster” line of sauces created for the discerning chili head who seeks the hottest, most flavorful creations available. My impression of this sauce is that it has a strong garlic flavor until the heat of the peppers kick in. The heat is actually quite pleasant and enjoyable. The blend of the peppers does make it difficult to tell them apart in terms of the flavor. Maybe the garlic flavor is also an influencing factor. Personally, I would definitely recommend this hot sauce to a pyromaniac or a person who wants a hot sauce with a good flavor and a good level of heat. While it is spicy and best used sparingly, I could see this sauce having a lot of uses.
Today’s review is going to be of Blair’s Ultra Death hot sauce. I recall having experienced this particular hot sauce many years ago. While the flavor is outstanding, I recall it being exceptionally spicy. Not a hot sauce for a beginner, however, any person who loves spicy stuff would enjoy this hot sauce.
Today’s review is going to be of Blair’s After Death hot sauce. I recall having experience with this sauce many years back. While it has a great flavor to it, the sauce is hot enough that a beginner would probably not want to start out with it.
Today’s review is going to to be of Unholy Trinity by Irazu. It has the Carolina Reaper pepper, Scorpion pepper and the Bhut Jolokia pepper. Regarding the flavor, it is exceptionally tasty. As far as the heat is concerned, it is not too bad for my taste. Enough heat is there to be detectable, however, it is balanced out by a great flavor.
Today’s review is going to be of Leviathan hot sauce by Cajohns Fiery foods. It has an instantaneous heat to it, as well as a lemony sweetness. This could be a good hot sauce for any meats, omelets, sausage and gravy biscuits. With regard to the flavor of the sauce, there is a taste of lemon in it, however, it is not overwhelming. While the heat does come on immediately, I would describe it as a mild to medium heat. So there is just enough to notice, however, it is not overwhelming. While I feel the heat of this sauce, I find that the lemony component tones it down without completely eliminating it. There is a garlic flavor to it which also tones down the heat.