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What style of sauce is hot ones. I prefer carrot based.Louisiana?
 
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I think it's classified as more of a Mexican style hot sauce than Louisiana since there isn't any vinegar in it and the main pepper is chipotle. Ingredients from the bottle in my hand: Chipotle peppers, habanero, dried ghost pepper, carrot, curry paste, lime juice, tomato paste, sugar, salt.
 
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I took a look at the ingredients and it looks like something I'd like. I'm not a heat queen trying to prove my manliness by eating the hottest **** ever. I like the idea of mixing in citrus and garlic. I will definitely check this out, thanks for the recommendation... I can't believe I haven't heard of this on my pepper forum before.

I am currently using a similar sauce made with scorpions as my daily. Even the hottest of these sauces that they put out these days (unless they're extract based, pepper spray bull**** like dave's) don't even get to 10k scovilles if they're any good. I think the sweet spot is 6k-8k (which is basically like eating a raw jala with seeds heatwise).
 
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I prefer spicy in the brain, not so much in the mouth.

So far I've found I'm a big fan of Denzel's sauces. His company has won a bunch of Scovie awards with something for everyone.

 
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Still havent had anything better than simple old Sriracha
 
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Try a hot sauce with a pine Apple base that uses habanero and scorpions with garlic and some mango and additional citrus for something new
 
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Just put some franks red hot on some shop rite chicken beasts and... zomg... back to sleep. I love sundays
 
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love that one on good Mexican food.

Cholula is great on stuff where you don't want a ton of heat, just a little kick. Like on scrambled eggs or in Manhattan Clam Chowder...good stuff.
 
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Try a hot sauce with a pine Apple base that uses habanero and scorpions with garlic and some mango and additional citrus for something new
Link? This sounds pretty tasty
 
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^

Any recommendations?

I'd be down to try something like this out. Sounds good
 
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Bumping this since I've tried a lot of the sauces mentioned here now and enjoyed most of them.

Anyone got any new favorites worth a shot?

I was told once you go down this worm hole that you just look for more and more sauces.. And well, they were ****ing right.
 
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Liberal Tears drizzled over your breakfast, lunch or dinner is a great way to spice up a dull day
 
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Bumping this since I've tried a lot of the sauces mentioned here now and enjoyed most of them.

Anyone got any new favorites worth a shot?

I was told once you go down this worm hole that you just look for more and more sauces.. And well, they were ****ing right.
Find a Pepper Palace in your area and visit.
Pepper Palace Store Locator
Or you could order online. I mentioned this on page 2. Laurie and I went to Pigeon Forge and I visited the Pepper Palace store. They have samples with chips and sauce out. If you sign a waiver, you can try extreme (I didn't do this, but other people did, one needing to buy milk which they sell in the store). Bought 6 bottles of hot sauce and salsa, you get one free if you buy 5. The salsa is the best deal because you get a big jar. If you want something that will last a long time and is hot, get this.
Pepper Palace Death By Salsa

A little spoon at a time is all I needed, jar lasted a month. Otherwise, try the medium kind. That jar is 3 bottles of hot sauce for $10. A little tiny spoon and your forehead will break out in a sweat. Here's what I bought.

The Gatlinburg hot sauce has a chili flavor. None of these will burn your mouth off like the one above.
 
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I'm a big fan of the Secret Aardvark habanero sauce
 
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Secret Aardvark is not hotsauce its salsa

Ryan, have you tired d'elidas? aji chombo / mustard based fukkin good

 
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I tried The Pepper Plant habanero and thought it was disgusting
 
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I've been abusing Frank's RedHot for way too long now and I need to change it up..


What is your go-to hot sauce?


Please put the hotness on 1-10 scale with 1 being mild as **** and 10 being **** this noise.


That is all
Trappey's Louisiana Hot Sauce
probly a 6. hotter than franks.
 
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Rayn@tribalwar.com how was that hot ones sauce? If you're someone like me and think Sriracha adds a good kick would it be too much?
 
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I like Cholula chili lime hot sauce, and Louisiana hotsauce

what other stuff can I put on stuff in this vein
srirarharhcara is ok, but boring to me now
 
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