Hot Headz Who Dares Burns Naga Bhut Jolokia Crushed Pepper Sauce - Ingredients/Contents
Ingredients: Water, Habanero Chillies (35%), Naga Jolokia Chillies (20%), Salt, Carrots, Onions, Lime Juice, Acetic Acid, Starch, Passionfruit Juice, Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Garlic.Size:
150ml BottleHeat Rating: BlazingMaker: Hot HeadzCountry of Origin: Costa Rica
Everything the other guy said is spot on, this is one heck of a sauce!
by Steven J West
This chilli sauce is my new favourite.I've bought Dave's and Blair's and many other sauce makers using the Naga chilli but this chilli stands out amongst them in my opinion, for one simple reason!The habanero in the sauce! Along with the fruity fresh flavour of scotch bonnet in this sauce, they've pushed the fruitiness up to 11 with its frankly awesome mix of lime juice AND passion fruit juice! This is what makes the flavour of this sauce really come through before the heat and burn.The habanero gives this sauce a much harder initial kick then a lot of naga based sauces, having a fierce tongue crackling heat at first that sends the flavours all over your tongue. The sauce is still 22% crushed Naga in it though, so it holds its own in the heat department, but its more of a gradual, long lasting burning flavour. The habanero actually wears off quite quickly from initial taste, but it blends seamlessly with the Naga to really carry through the fruitiness and then into the bassier, sweeter richer flavours of the Naga chilli. The bottle I got actually came with some rather insane graphics on the bottle having, get THIS!: FLAMING RED HOT BARBED WIRE flanking the Naga chilli and wings on the bottle, with flames coming out from the chilli. The only thing that would have made this bottle cooler would have been Optimus Prime head butting a Decepticon through the face. So in short - its ART...
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