I received four sauces from Arturo’s Hot Flavor’s of Hawaii and a great presentation for them. There was a letter enclosed, some business cards, and recipes. The letter stated, “As per Joe and Linda Levinson- Here are the sample bottles for you to have fun with. Remember- FUN!” Well, that’s interesting, but ok. So fun [...]
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Regrettably, I managed to overlook this bottle of hot sauce when I did the Feature Product review for Sizzlin Sauces a couple of months ago. I say “regrettably” because I’m trying to figure out how I missed the spiciest hot sauce that I received in that batch…since I usually hone right in on the [...]
I am one of a lucky few who got to have CaJohn’s test batch (in bottle form) of his new sauce, Lethal Ingestion in which he has taken his Red Savina puree, Fatalii puree and Bhut Jolokia powder, put it in sauce form and did a “super secret proprietary process” to it that makes it [...]
The sauce is the first of several that we’ll be reviewing courtesy of Steve at Hot Sauce Hawaii.
Hawaii is our 50th state, and not one that I’ve usually associated with hot and spicy foods, let alone a source for hot sauces. There are things that I think of from Hawaii. Stuff like great [...]
It’s that time again, time to get completely caught up with my backlog of reviews. Whenever this happens something large comes about, something I call “The Mega Review”. The Mega Review is a review that has three or more sauce reviews of one line of sauces bundled up in one large article. Up today is [...]
Our pals over at Zane and Zack’s World Famous Honey Company are at it again! Last time I had the pleasure of reviewing two of their gourmet sauces and now I get to do it again but with a slight twist. Not only did I receive their new gourmet sauce, Tina’s Too Hot Honey-Habanero, but [...]
I can safely say that I have never tried a rocoto hot sauce before. Yeah, I’ve tried to grow rocotos myself, but without a whole lot of success. Rocotos are a South American pepper that grows natively on the slopes of the Andes mountain range and is a member of Capsicum pubescens. [...]
I was lucky enough to receive a bottle of the latest “Snakebite” sauce from my good friend Mark Mcmullan at the chileman.org The ingredients are: onions, carrots, vinegar, naga morich, red chilis, ginger, sugar, red bell peppers, garlic, olive oil, salt.
On opening the sauce the first thing I noticed was how thick it was, but [...]
Louisiana-style hot sauces really bring back a sense of nostalgia for me, and bring me back to some of my early roots as a chilehead. Back as an impressionable eighteen year-old, I set off for my first year of college at Tulane University in New Orleans. I had already established a bit of [...]
Wow, has it really been such a long time since we reviewed one of CaJohn’s hot sauces? It seems like with each new release of hot sauces, it causes another one of them to make my “Top 10″ list!
First Impression: I tasted this for the first time at Jungle Jim’s Weekend of Fire. [...]