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The 10 Hottest Hot Sauces (That still have flavour)

The 10 Hottest Hot Sauces (That still have flavour)

Even the hottest hot sauces can still be packed with flavour, finding them however can be a challenge! You see the problem with super hot sauces is that in order to get that level of heat you have to either a) use extracts (Boo) or b) make the recipe almost entirely peppers. This can work but it’s an artform. Let’s explore some of the brands that have this artform nailed! (In no particular order)   #1 Shart – Reaper Sauce We’ve featured our Swedish friends a few times and with good reason. This was one of the first super hot...

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5 similarities between hot sauce and craft beer

5 similarities between hot sauce and craft beer

Hot sauce is the new craft beer. Much in the same way that craft beer exploded into the mainstream the hot sauce world is seeing a similar renaissance with a deluge of amazing producers sharing their wares with hungry customers. But why? What makes both hot sauce and craft beer so appealing? 1. The artwork is amazing. You eat with your eyes first. Craft beer uses the can as a canvas and hot sauce is no different. The label design is your first impression and both craft beer and hot sauce often use this to their full advantage. Whether it’s...

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Kier Kemp
Make awesome hot sauce in 10 easy steps

Make awesome hot sauce in 10 easy steps

So, you want to make amazing hot sauce but don't know where to start... that's fine. A few years ago I was in a very similar position, like you I turned to the internet for some inspiration and now I have a whole range of daring sauces.

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Kier Kemp
Scorpion pepper sauce review: Mahi vs Dr. Burnorium

Scorpion pepper sauce review: Mahi vs Dr. Burnorium

Time for our next 'Vs' feature. I'll take similar sauces by different brands and compare their strengths and weaknesses. Today we're looking at two Scorpion pepper based sauces. I picked up Mahi at Tesco and Dr Burnorium on my recent trip to @flaminglicks place in Dorset. 👁 I feel the Mahi sauce wins in this category but only just. The colours are great and it's pretty modern looking. Psycho juice has a hilarious illustration but the general composition isn't quite there graphic design wise.👃 Neither of them do much for the nose. Mahi edges in again as it has something, mainly vinegar and...

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