Ingredients: Tomato concentrate, Corn Syrup, Apple Cider Vinegar, Balsamic Vinegar, Horseradish, Chipotle Peppers, Dragon’s Blood Elixer (fire roasted salsa, tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, garlic, salt, citric acid) Apple cider, Apple cider vinegar, Apple Puree, Red Savina and other Habanero Peppers, Balsamic Vinigar, Sea salt) ,Mustard seed Sea Salt and Spices.
Thank you to Unique Destiny Sauces for this Condiment to review. Upon receiving this “condiment” I had to look it up. It is called the Condiment from Hell..an all purpose condiment.
Looks like ketchup to me…so of course I had to smell it..smells like ketchup..but then a hint of vinegar before the scent of horseradish takes over.
Then tipping the bottle back and forth, it is kinda thick..the perfect ketchup consistency.
So the straight out of the bottle taste begins..Yup, the ketchup taste.. Then the chipotle really stands out. Not too hot..but the horseradish takes your breath away on the first taste. Maybe a 4 on the heat scale.
Being an all purpose condiment my mind ran on ways to try it out. French fries, onion rings, burgers and having the horseradish shrimp as a cocktail sauce.
After pouring it out of the bottle: you could see little bits of pepper in the sauce. However, it was thinner than I expected. Still a thick sauce.
For my food experiment I decided on trying all of my first thought ideas. Thankfully I work around a lot of restaurants.
Get together the onion rings, fries and shrimp. I’m sorry to say that the sauce didn’t turn out as well as I expected. When used as a dipping sauce it turned out to be more of a sweet tangy BBQ tasting sauce. Not that it’s a bad thing. Just unexpected.
It did work well with the shrimp, maybe a bit more of the horseradish stood out.
My overall is that they should more market this as a BBQ sauce than an all purpose condiment.