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Da'Bomb The Final Answer Hot Sauce, 2-Ounce Glass Bottle

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The shelf life of this sauce is recommended around 2 years so you’ll have plenty of time to torture your friends and hopefully use up as much of it as possible to get your money’s worth. The aroma of this hot sauce is deceptively inviting, with hints of smokey habanero but also combined with a sweetness that probably comes from the orange juice concentrate in the ingredients. We recommend pairing this hot sauce with some cool sour cream or even some mayo to make the heat more bearable and to eventually be able to see the sauce go down in the bottle over time. If you’re of sound mind, you’ll know not to drizzle this stuff all over your food unless you fancy crying and sweating into your glass of milk.

Honestly, we’ve smelt hot sauces that had a worse scent than this before but tasted better, so you really can’t judge a book by its cover. Each sauce is measured in Scoville heat units, which quantifies the pungency or heat of peppers and chilies in each dressing.)

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If you do manage to eat this stuff for enjoyment, then we have to give it to you, you’re one hell of a human being and deserve some sort of accolade from the president. Consistency Rokhy, Ron (July 24, 2013). "El Pato Hot Sauce Discontinued After Study Reveals Lead Content". NBC Southern California . Retrieved April 14, 2017. Dried pepper, vinegar, spices salt, xanthan gum, 0.1% sodium benzoate, may contain food coloring (product label, 2010) Hand harvested, hand chopped, farm-to-bottle organic vegetables: Crisp carrot, juicy red Habanero peppers, sweet yellow onions, whole garlic cloves, key lime juice, natural vinegar, salt. Sauces vary in pepper content.

Ingredients: Red hot chili peppers, water, vinegar, salt, spices (including paprika and turmeric), minced garlic, cane sugar, garlic powder, extra virgin olive oil, onion powder, lemon juice concentrate, cilantro, mintThe hot sauce business comes with a host of unique occupational hazards. When Spicin Foods bought the plant from Original Juan’s, they had to repair the flooring—the acids from the sauces had eaten through the epoxy. Some ingredients have enough capsaicin to burn skin. Hinds says on Da’Bomb days, workers wear goggles, masks, gloves, and face shields (one plant worker I spoke to confirmed this). The above was all yesterday. It has really bugged me all day, how disappoing this sauce was. So I gave it another try today, only this time I took about a teaspoon of it just like that. I’m not disappointed anymore.

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