4 thoughts on “Justin Reviews Uncle Jester’s® Spontaneous Combustion™

  • April 6, 2010 at 9:27 am


    Thanks for the wonderful review. We appreciate your feedback. You flatter us with your compliments.

    In interest of full and fair disclosure, vinegar is the primary ingredient in Spontaneous Combustion®. We worked hard to minimize the flavor of the vinegar and emphasize the marinated habaneros and fermented chilies. We are pleased that you enjoyed your first Spontaneous Combustion® experience.

    Orifice reducers are not installed during the manufacturing process but are available free with purchase. I will be happy to send one to you, if you have any sauce left. (Please advise)

    Buddah – Great review. Wonderful site. Thanks for the quick post.

  • April 6, 2010 at 4:14 pm

    Thank you for your kind words Jeff, I really appreciate it. The thanks go out to Justin for the review and to Scott for the website. You surround yourself with good people, you will look good too. Well in my guess, maybe a little better. 😉

  • April 7, 2010 at 11:25 pm

    I didn’t think too highly of Spontaneous Combustion. I thought it had too much of a bitter extract flavor, was too thin and it wasn’t extreme enough for an extract. If I’m going to deal with an extract I want it to blow me away with the heat!

    Jeff and company make some wonderful products like the Blazin’ Hot Mustard and BrushFire BBQ, but this one didn’t do it for me.

  • June 11, 2012 at 9:13 pm

    This is one of my favorites. I find that I don’t directly taste extract, but at the same time I can tell it’s using extract by the lack of habanero and serrano flavor. In the end, this gives it a very authentic Louisiana style taste but one hell of a lot hotter!

    The milder version, Louisiana has less extract and the habaneros and serranos made up the dominant flavors. Both my friend and I had tried some and both of us agree that we did not taste any extract, but we could tell it was there simply because it was too hot to not have anything hotter than a habanero and a vinegar base.

    Good stuff

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