I'm a big fan of the original variety of Cholula, it's the perfect beginners hot sauce since it has a heat which almost anyone can manage, but packs in such a good taste. I usually have a bottle floating around somewhere since it's so versitile thanks to the big fresh flavour and splash on consistency.
I got this Panola sauce as part of a gift pack which came with a total of four sauces, and was surprisingly quite cheap for imported sauce (£4.99). Panola Cajun Hot Sauce Salsa Picante seems to be the 'Original' variety in the gift pack so I thought I would review it first.
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.
Frank's RedHot sauce come in a few different varities which are all simular tasting, and have quite a watery consistency This variety of Frank's RedHot is 'Xtra Hot', and to be honest I always thought that the standard RedHot was quite weak in heat, and I much prefer this variety.