Crazy Bastard Sauce is a small-batch (15 litre) chilli sauce produced in a professional kitchen in Germany, and the website indicates that each batch may vary slightly in terms of colour and heat. The recipe for Crazy Bastard Sauce has taken three years to perfect, and I can really see why.
Artificially flavoured broken pretzel pieces, in a foil bag, seasoned with a slightly greasy coating. You could say that Hanover's premium snack sounds a little nasty, and you may be right, but goddamn do they taste good.
Making your own hot sauce or chilli sauce is extremely rewarding since you are in control of the heat, flavour, consistency, and sometimes colour.
This bottle of Blair's Sudden Death sauce I'm holding is a similar size to the standard bottle of Tabasco. However when I hold a bottle of Tabasco, I'm not shitting myself, unlike when I hold a bottle of Blair's.
This is a limed variety of the Hot Diggidy Dog Hot Original Pepper Sauce I've reviewed last week, it comes in the same glass 57ml shake-on bottle, and has very similar ingredients.
Straight to point, no messing around, BOOM the big dog is here! Never before have I seen such lethal yet cute packaging in all the time I've been buying chilli sauces, and Hot Diggidy Dog's branding really stood out for me.
This Jalapeño Hot Sauce from Edinburgh Preserves was a gift from my cousin Olly, and came as part of a gift box set. The packaging is reserved yet attractive and the screw-top bottle is nothing unusual.
Pulled Pork is one of those foods that I only first found out about after watching countless episodes of Man Vs Food, and then discovered that it's quite hard to come across in the UK since it being primarily a US dish. Pulled Pork has started to catch on in the UK and is becoming quite the trend, especially with burger restaurants adding it as a topping to gourmet burgers.
Bad Byron's Butt Rub Barbeque Seasoning (BBBRBS) is a typical US style barbecue rub that is more versatile than a pig itself. The rub is designed to be used on meats of course, but I also recomend you try it on salads, eggs, fish, and vegetables also.
Windward's Indian Hot Pepper Sauce is a blinder! The sauce has a traditional Caribbean pepper sauce flavour that you may have tried before with sauces such as Baron and Encona, very fruity, quite sharp, but with an undercurrent of mellow thyme.