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Mike: Golden Toad Jalapeno Hot Sauce is a green fairly thin hot sauce. You can clearly taste jalapenos peppers in this hot sauce with a hint of citrus and garlic. I would imagine that this hot sauce would be awesome on carne asada tacos. The hot sauce has a good jalapeno flavor to it and not very much heat. I am rating this sauce a 3 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Josh: I did not think that I would like Golden Toad Jalapeno Hot Sauce due to my past experience with a jalapeno pepper, but surprisingly I liked it. A Jalapeno pepper is definitely hotter than this hot sauce in my opinion, but the flavor of this hot sauce is great. It seems they have added a citrus flavor which definitely enhanced the taste over a plain jalapeno pepper. This hot sauce did not taste very spicy, I am rating it a 4 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Mike: Garlic Goodness Hot Sauce from the Intensity Academy has a great garlic flavor with some kick. The sauce is only slightly thick from the garlic and has an orangish-yellow color. A whole spoonful of the sauce, by itself had an intense garlic flavor. I do love garlic, so this sauce is right up my alley. The primary flavor of this sauce is definitely garlic with very slight hints of the Habanero peppers noticable. We have already come up with some good ideas for how to use this sauce and will probably post some examples up as we try them. I am rating this hot sauce a 4 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Josh: Coming into the trial of Garlic Goodness Hot Sauce, I knew I would like it because I love garlic. Our first sample was quite large due to how fast the sauce came out of the bottle. As soon as the hot sauce hit my mouth, it was garlic that fulfilled my taste buds and then the heat followed. I was surprised by how much heat this sauce had packed into it, but the garlic is definitely the most potent effect in this sauce. I liked this sauce a lot, but you need to be able to tolerate garlic because it definitely fits the name of the hot sauce, Garlic Goodness. I am rating this hot sauce a 5 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Mike: Cajohn’s Firehouse Hot Sauce has a reddish-orange color and is a thin sauce. You can definitely taste the black pepper and garlic in the sauce. I mentioned in the video that I thought the sauce would be similar to Tabasco sauce due to the smell and that was not the case, this sauce tastes nothing like Tabasco sauce. The sauce has a good flavor and moderate to low heat. I would rate this sauce a 4 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Josh: At first we thought that Cajohn’s Firehouse Hot Sauce would taste similar to Tabasco Sauce, but we were wrong. Firehouse Hot Sauce has a much better taste that the very common Tabasco Sauce, although, I feel that Tabasco Sauce is a little more spicy. I would recommend that you try this sauce in place of Tabasco Sauce because I guarantee you will enjoy this sauce more. I am rating Firehouse Hot Sauce 4 out of 10 on the heat scale.
At the Fiery Foods Festival I picked up seeds of some peppers that aren’t very common. I got Red Caribbean Habaneros, Cajamarcas, Uba Tubas (Christmas Bell), Aji Limon, and of course the Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper). Once the peppers are ready Josh and I will be sampling the peppers for your viewing pleasure. That should be really interesting.
I planted a few of each about two weeks ago and most of the peppers have already sprouted. The Bhut Jolokias are the only ones that have not sprouted yet and that is normal as they will take almost twice as long as other peppers to sprout and grow.
All of the peppers are planted in pots with a somewhat coarse soil designated for cactus and palms. I put the seeds approximately half an inch deep into the soil and have been keeping them watered. You have to make sure that once these have sprouted that they don’t see temperatures below 50 degrees over night.
For those of you interested in growing peppers, I will post updates with pictures of the peppers as the grow.
Mike: Endorphin Rush Beyond Hot Sauce has a little bit of a barbecue flavor. The flavor of the sauce is alright for a sauce with pepper extract in it. The sauce is a deep red color and is a very thin sauce. This sauce is more for heat than flavor. Adding a small amount of this sauce to your buffalo wings will give you some extra heat. I am rating this sauce a 6 out of 10 on the heat scale.
Josh: Endorphin Rush Beyond Hot Sauce had some heat to it. I did not like the taste of the sauce by itself, it may be a little better on a chip. I can’t imagine putting this sauce on anything else for flavor. This may be a good starter for someone ready to take on some heat. I am rating this sauce a 6 out of 10 on the heat Scale