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  • Soth Devon Chile Farm Hot Habanero Chile Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    that it is very very expensive I can buy a 250ml bottle of West Indian sause for ÃƒÆ Ã â ÃƒÂ Ã â šÂ Ã Â ÃƒÆ Ã â ŠÃ⠚à  2 so this sauce is about 5 times more expensive Summary excellent quality traditional hot sauce but extremely expensive Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re Soth Devon Chile Farm Hot Habanero Chile Sauce Quote Post by Slyboy Mon Sep 09 2013 8 09 pm Sound nice but like you say it s probably easier and cheaper to make your own That s what I do and then can adjust the temperature upwards to suit Top Leif Chilli Head Posts 312 Joined Mon Jun 08 2009 1 14 pm Location UK Contact Contact Leif Website Re Soth Devon Chile Farm Hot Habanero Chile Sauce Quote Post by Leif Mon Oct 07 2013 6 58 pm Having had more time to test this one I think I underrated it It s a lot hotter than the West Indian sauces in Asian shops so it is not such bad value if heat is your bag As for me well I like the taste but I d prefer less heat Top Kathy Admin Posts 97 Joined Sun Mar 14 2004 3 32 pm Location Norwich UK Re Soth Devon Chile Farm Hot Habanero Chile Sauce Quote Post by Kathy Thu Oct 10 2013 1 01 pm I agree with you leif flavour comes first before heat for me sometimes we get people who want extreme heat sauces so I tell them to go look online I won t make stuff like that Top Leif Chilli Head Posts 312 Joined Mon Jun 08 2009 1 14 pm Location UK Contact

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  • Sriracha - Chillis Galore Forums
    of foods It adds a mellow warmth without dominating in other ways It does make me think Real Sriracha for a future year s project Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011 10 31 am Location Galway Ireland Re Sriracha Quote Post by ronniedeb Tue Mar 11 2014 11 05 am ChilliJez wrote and to be honest when I picked it up Rooster was what I thought I was buying Rooster is already not authentic so it s at least a couple of steps removed from the real deal However I m enjoying applying it liberally to a range of foods It adds a mellow warmth without dominating in other ways It does make me think Real Sriracha for a future year s project I don t think I have had real Sriracha The Cock Brand was pretty similar to the Rooster Brand which is made in California with Jalapenos I need to do some googling to find an authentic recipe Top chilliman64 Moderator Posts 1424 Joined Sat Feb 24 2007 6 31 am Location Habanero City baby Sydney Australia Contact Contact chilliman64 Website Re Sriracha Quote Post by chilliman64 Tue Mar 11 2014 12 10 pm there s a super hot variety and an extra garlic also not that extra garlic is required as the regular is pretty potent stuff lol see what I mean http www news com au world breaking n 6770255898 Top Flecam Hot Head Posts 578 Joined Thu Jul 11 2013 6 38 pm Location Swansea Re Sriracha Quote Post by Flecam Fri Mar 28 2014 9 20 pm Bought some of this from tesco today and had some with a prawn ring Stunning stuff didn t realise it would be so tasty Nice garlic flavour with a nice heat Will

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  • Scomac Scotch Bonnet Sauce. - Chillis Galore Forums
    It looks similar to and has the same consistency as a bottle of Worcester sauce but there the similarity ends Although labelled as Hot Scotch Bonnet Sauce it has only a touch of heat as the bonnet content is only 2 however the other ingredients are interesting being Malt Whisky 12 plus sugar soy lemon garlic molasses and spices The flavour of molasses is quite dominant but the sweetness is

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  • Dave's Insanity Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    to eat Top Kieran Re Dave s Insanity Sauce Quote Post by Kieran Wed Jan 05 2011 2 08 pm on xmas day i mixed loads of it in with my mash My god it was wonderfull Top Kieran Re Dave s Insanity Sauce Quote Post by Kieran Fri Jan 07 2011 3 26 pm chugo wrote Kieran wrote on xmas day i mixed loads of it in with my mash My god it was wonderfull Ouch It dident burn Well i did have a few vodkas so perhaps it was that Top endorphine Chilli Head Posts 94 Joined Tue Sep 01 2009 7 35 pm Location Eastbourne Area Re Dave s Insanity Sauce Quote Post by endorphine Sat Jan 08 2011 10 22 pm I got brought some 2nd assult and it was foul yes it had a burn but it tasted so so bitter am now just using in pot noodles to get rid of it when at work Top Kieran Re Dave s Insanity Sauce Quote Post by Kieran Mon Jan 24 2011 9 12 am Spashed a good quarter of the bottle onto a mini pizza and some Fritters A warm heat but nothing big But now my arse is burning Top Kieran Re Dave s Insanity Sauce Quote Post by Kieran Thu May 26 2011 1 24 pm Noticed that asda don t stock this anymore proberly wasent selling that well ohh well Top ads0282 Re Dave s Insanity Sauce Quote Post by ads0282 Thu May 26 2011 7 36 pm Still got a quarter of a bottle of this stuff left in my fridge You re right it tastes grim but adds dimension to a bland mild curry hence I ve put an order in for some Satans Top Adrian Re Dave s Insanity Sauce Quote Post by Adrian Sun May 26 2013 12 10 am Well Dave was the first to have an extract hot sauce on the market I don t know if it s just that I got used to the bitter extract taste but I really like this sauce But I didn t like coffee or marmite at first too and now well coffee you can buy in every Supermarket but hey try getting Marmite in Germany or Austria For those who like a milder and therefore not that bitter sauce with the same taste I recommend the Temporary Insanity Hot Sauce It s really sad that with all the other extract hot sauces that are on the market Dave s is much harder to get Top JamesKeith Re Dave s Insanity Sauce Quote Post by JamesKeith Mon Dec 30 2013 6 02 pm What s the website to buy this There is another Insanity sauce not sure if the same usually sold here by Grim Reaper http www yumbles com table sauces There is also another similar Bhut Jolokia by Capsicana Top Shep Chilli Head Posts 268 Joined Fri May 28 2010 5 17 pm Location West Midlands England

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  • Chillis Galore Jam and Sauce Review - Chillis Galore Forums
    it just a few seeds The flavour has a zing maybe a peppery lemon taste with a hint of vinegar very nice Then the heat pretty warm with that familiar back of the throat glow for a few minutes Very tasty Now for the revenge sauce I see from the ingredients it has chilli extract in so was interested to see how this tastes and it is excellent Texture is fairly thick almost like a Thai chilli sauce with bits in but the flavour is habanero and sugary with the heat from the habs and chilli extract You can taste the extract but it doesn t overpower the sauce I can see myself eating this on sandwiches or with chips and the like Overall some great products that I will get again I am sure David Top phillyb86 Hot Head Posts 903 Joined Tue Dec 01 2009 2 21 pm Location Durham Re Chillis Galore Jam and Sauce Review Quote Post by phillyb86 Sun Aug 18 2013 5 09 pm Nice reviews I ve been meaning to order some of the sauce Sent from my XT890 using Tapatalk 4 Top Kathy Admin Posts 97 Joined Sun Mar 14 2004 3

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  • X-Hot Reggae Reggae Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    is very hot The ingredients are excellent all good no artificial additives flavours or colours just malt vinegar sugar tomato puree scotch bonnet chillis and spices and some corn starch as a thickener So if you like tomato ketchup of HP sauce and you want some heat you ll like this one If you want scotch bonnet flavour well this is not the one to get I like it even though it is rather like tomato ketchup Shame it lacks the C chinense flavour but it kicks donkey as the Americans say I think it d go down a treat on sandwiches although I d end up sweating and crying I do wonder if I am getting soft I d be interested to know what other people think Is it really hot Have I become an aged wuss Top Flecam Hot Head Posts 578 Joined Thu Jul 11 2013 6 38 pm Location Swansea Re X Hot Reggae Reggae Sauce Quote Post by Flecam Mon Jul 15 2013 8 27 pm Hi Leif I recently bought this and it is quite hot As you say a lot of jarred sauces and Branded supermarket stuff is a let down but this certainly packs a punch I found it quite hard to get seen it advertised but was never there Only bought the 1 bottle gutted now as it gives that runny nose sweaty under the eye sort of heat but quite fruity with it If I see it again will buy it for a Quid cant fault it Fle Top phillyb86 Hot Head Posts 903 Joined Tue Dec 01 2009 2 21 pm Location Durham Re X Hot Reggae Reggae Sauce Quote Post by phillyb86 Tue Jul 16 2013 7 25 am I ve also noticed they have brought out a

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  • Chillis Galore Forums • Encona Hot Sauce - Page 2
    There s really too much of a vinegary after taste for my ideal palate but I can live with that IMHO it s probably a sauce to add to a sauce if you know what I mean I think it s exceptionally good value for ÃƒÆ Ã â ÃƒÂ Ã â šÂ Ã Â ÃƒÆ Ã â ŠÃ⠚à  1 Re Encona Hot Sauce Posted Thu Oct 31 2013 7 27 pm by wurge I cant stand the stuff Re Encona Hot Sauce Posted Fri Nov 01 2013 8 41 am by JezzerBell Whatever its cost this sauce is definitely not good value for you then Wurge Re Encona Hot Sauce Posted Fri Nov 01 2013 9 26 am by wurge JezzerBell wrote Whatever its cost this sauce is definitely not good value for you then Wurge Haha no I can see why people like it but just not for me Re Encona Hot Sauce Posted Fri Nov 01 2013 10 20 am by Ben123 wurge wrote JezzerBell wrote Whatever its cost this sauce is definitely not good value for you then Wurge Haha no I can see why people like it but just not for me I love this stuff It s kind of what fueled my chilli lust I d always liked spicy food but I was brought back a bottle of hot sauce from mexico by my sister It tasted amazing nothing like the usual hot sauce or chillis I d bought from the supermarket So I finished it up mostly slathered on egg butties and was distraught I bought a load of hot sauces from the supermarket trying to find the flavour and finally found it with the West Indian sauces I think it was the Econa brand I didn t know about the different tastes different Capsicum species had till I joined this site and found out it s the chinense taste I love annums fructescens being my only previous experience Re Encona Hot Sauce Posted Fri Nov 01 2013 12 14 pm by Daytrader I like it i use on salads to heat up Re Encona Hot Sauce Posted Wed Nov 06 2013 9 54 pm by JezzerBell Used a spoonful of this in a spag bol that the wife I consumed this evening Gotta say I m pretty impressed with the rich spicy flavour this added to the meal Re Encona Hot Sauce Posted Thu Nov 07 2013 5 29 pm by Slyboy I m glad I m not the only one who likes it I got shot down in flames when I said it was nice Now I make my own version of it Re Encona Hot Sauce Posted Thu Nov 07 2013 7 11 pm by wurge Slyboy wrote I m glad I m not the only one who likes it I got shot down in flames when I said it was nice Now I make my own version of it Aims and fires Re Encona Hot Sauce Posted

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  • Encona Hot Sauce - Page 2 - Chillis Galore Forums
    Chilli Guru Posts 1489 Joined Tue Sep 17 2013 9 49 pm Location Bristol UK Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by JezzerBell Fri Nov 01 2013 8 41 am Whatever its cost this sauce is definitely not good value for you then Wurge Top wurge Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by wurge Fri Nov 01 2013 9 26 am JezzerBell wrote Whatever its cost this sauce is definitely not good value for you then Wurge Haha no I can see why people like it but just not for me Top Ben123 Moderator Posts 1439 Joined Thu Jun 02 2011 12 50 pm Location Southport UK Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by Ben123 Fri Nov 01 2013 10 20 am wurge wrote JezzerBell wrote Whatever its cost this sauce is definitely not good value for you then Wurge Haha no I can see why people like it but just not for me I love this stuff It s kind of what fueled my chilli lust I d always liked spicy food but I was brought back a bottle of hot sauce from mexico by my sister It tasted amazing nothing like the usual hot sauce or chillis I d bought from the supermarket So I finished it up mostly slathered on egg butties and was distraught I bought a load of hot sauces from the supermarket trying to find the flavour and finally found it with the West Indian sauces I think it was the Econa brand I didn t know about the different tastes different Capsicum species had till I joined this site and found out it s the chinense taste I love annums fructescens being my only previous experience Top Daytrader Hot Head Posts 735 Joined Fri Jul 23 2010 7 12 pm Location Trowbridge Wiltshire Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by Daytrader Fri Nov 01 2013 12 14 pm I like it i use on salads to heat up Top JezzerBell Chilli Guru Posts 1489 Joined Tue Sep 17 2013 9 49 pm Location Bristol UK Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by JezzerBell Wed Nov 06 2013 9 54 pm Used a spoonful of this in a spag bol that the wife I consumed this evening Gotta say I m pretty impressed with the rich spicy flavour this added to the meal Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by Slyboy Thu Nov 07 2013 5 29 pm I m glad I m not the only one who likes it I got shot down in flames when I said it was nice Now I make my own version of it Top wurge Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by wurge Thu Nov 07 2013 7 11 pm Slyboy wrote I m glad I m not the only one who likes it I got shot down in flames when I said it was nice Now I make my

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