Mike: Heartbreaking Dawns Classic Gold Hot Sauce has a great flavor, that is if you like a sweet hot sauce. This hot sauce tastes very versatile as it would go well with most meats. This is not the type of hot sauce you would think of first for chips, but you may enjoy the sauce on chips too. The hot sauce has a little bit of heat, I am rating this sauce a 4 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Josh: I really liked the taste of this hot sauce and could definitely see eating this hot sauce on pork. I think pork is the perfect fit for this hot sauce. I thought this hot sauce had a decent amount of heat and I am rating this sauce a 5 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Mike: Boodreaux’s Cajun Rocket Fuel is produced by Sweet Life Sauces. This sauce is a very thin sauce with some small chunks. The hot sauce reminds me a little bit of Tababasco Sauce, but with a lot more depth to the flavor. This hot sauce would probably not be very good on chips, although it is good on eggs. I am rating this sauce a 4 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Josh: I thought that this hot sauce had a decent flavor and a good amount of heat. The hot sauce has a little bit of a sweet hint to it. The heat caught me off guard, it hit the back of my throat almost instantly. I am rating this hot sauce a 6 out of 10 on the heat scale.
A few of Josh’s friends wanted to try a habanero pepper with us after watching the videos. They all thought the habanero pepper would be a piece of cake to eat, boy were they wrong! One of the guys lost control of his salivary glands and they ran like an open spigot for about two minutes! Josh totally woosed out! He took one small bite of the habanero pepper and then hid the rest of his and refused to eat it.
The habanero pepper I had was quite spicy, it caused me to tear up some and sweat. About a half hour after eating the habanero pepper, my stomach was not happy for a while. This was some good clean fun back in our home town area! I am always up for eating spicy foods with new victims!
Here is a video of the plants now. Most of the hot pepper plants were grown from seeds and it has been just over three months. Many of the plants have flowered and some even have some peppers starting. One of the Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) plants is really taking off and has atleast one pepper starting.
I also showed some of the habanero peppers harvested off the plant that I bought. There were three plants and two died. The last plant seems to be doing well and we have harvest twelve orange habanero peppers from it already.
I am excited to try some of the more exotic hot peppers that will be ready in the near future.
Isaias and I were having some homemade picodegallo with jalapenos and habaneros in it and we did not feel it was spicy enough, so we decided to eat the remaining habanero peppers by themselves. The habaneros were pretty spicy, but not as hot as I thought the peppers would be. Josh and I will be eating habaneros at a later time, I thought I would put this one up for your enjoyment.
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