Hot-Headz! Who Dares Burns! Hot Sauce
Hot-Headz Hot Sauce is pure, fresh and contains the flaming hot Savina habenero in its 148ml bottle. There's also two other types of chilli pepper including the chipotle pepper and tomatoes, which give this sauce a deep, earthier and smoky flavour.
This fiery hot sauce is perfect for adding to chilli con carne or other mexican dishes, simply add a few drops, stir and sample the flavour. Adding the sauce this way means that you won't overdo it, as you can't get the heat back out once it's added! - A.D.
- Pure, fresh and fiery hot sauce
- Contains the flaming hot Savina habenero
- Chipotle pepper and tomatoes give it a deep and smoky flavour
- 148ml bottle
Ingredients: Red Savina (R) Habanero chiles, vinegar, onion, tomatoes, lemon juice, salt, garlic
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Feeling hot hot hot
USE WITH CAUTION!! This sauce has the ability to destroy you if you're not careful. It's unmerciful and keeps on attacking even after you crawl around the floor trying to find a dark space to lie fetal possition, wimpering quietly and praying! Great to even add a couple of drops to a curry or to spice up a chilli, the taste of the sauce on it's own is nothing great but then the afterburn arrives.