Flashbang hot sauce gets my first negative review to date. It starts off something like this: Oh dear God why? I do not think this should be called a hot sauce at all, it is an extract that pretends to be a hot sauce. With that in mind, one positive thing I can say about it is that if you are looking for pure heat to add to your own creations this is one of the most affordable ways to purchase capsicum as a food additive.
Heartbreaking Dawns bring us this new hot sauce made with the Carolina Reaper. If you know the Carolina Reapers reputation for heat, you’d probably expect this sauce to be a hiccup maker. After all, the pepper was declared the hottest pepper in the world by Guinness World Records in 2013. If that is what you are thinking, one taste and you will be pleasantly surprised by Fervor hot sauce. It is hotter than most commercial sauces, but this artisan sauce is not over the top hot at all.
Heart Breaking Dawns brings us the world’s first commercial hot sauce based on the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion pepper. But not just any scorpion pepper. This hot sauce is made with the Trinidad Butch T Scorpion pepper. Let me share first that this sauce is true to that pepper. From the first taste, you know the Butch T is in there in plentiful quantity.
Normally I would not include a review by a company which distributes so widely. It is not that I have anything against cottage industry which reaches such a level of success. It is just that I do not think they need help from someone like me. I am making an exception for this sauce because I am impressed not only by its flavor but by the company’s tremendously family focused history.