Mike: Brother Bru-Bru’s African Hot Pepper Sauce has a strong vinegar flavor with hints of garlic and pepper. This hot sauce is a little chunky with a small amount of heat. I am not a big fan of this hot sauce, but it will probably taste pretty good on chicken. I am rating this sauce a 2 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Josh: This hot sauce has a strong vinegar flavor with a little bit of heat. We only had a small amount of this hot sauce so we were unable to sample it on anything else, however, I would assume it would taste good on chicken and possibly steak. I am rating this hot sauce a 3 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Mike: Cajohn’s Firehouse Hot Sauce has a reddish-orange color and is a thin sauce. You can definitely taste the black pepper and garlic in the sauce. I mentioned in the video that I thought the sauce would be similar to Tabasco sauce due to the smell and that was not the case, this sauce tastes nothing like Tabasco sauce. The sauce has a good flavor and moderate to low heat. I would rate this sauce a 4 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Josh: At first we thought that Cajohn’s Firehouse Hot Sauce would taste similar to Tabasco Sauce, but we were wrong. Firehouse Hot Sauce has a much better taste that the very common Tabasco Sauce, although, I feel that Tabasco Sauce is a little more spicy. I would recommend that you try this sauce in place of Tabasco Sauce because I guarantee you will enjoy this sauce more. I am rating Firehouse Hot Sauce 4 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Mike: Genuine One Drop hot sauce has a very sweet unique flavor that peaks off very quickly and seems a little bland in the end. You can eat this sauce with chips like salsa since it isn’t very spicy, despite how the label sounds. I am rating this sauce a 4 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Josh: I thought this sauce was very sweet and just a little spicy. Tabasco sauce was worse than this one. I am rating this a 5 out of 10 on the heat scale.
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