REVIEW- 44 Wing Sauce

Yes folks, yet another wing sauce. This one seems is not the traditional Buffalo style wing sauce. I took this from their website to better explain what kind of product it is:

“44 Wing Sauce is a sweet and spicy gourmet sauce that is made with a blend of pure Florida honey (from Central Florida), peppers, chiles, and spices. Although it started out as a wing sauce, customers find that it is exceptional as a sauce on chicken, seafood and pork. You can add it to all of your hot and sweet recipes.

44 Wing Sauce is CHOLESTEROL FREE, low in saturated fats, and a good source of vitamin C and A.
Our goal is Flavor! We use cayenne pepper in the Medium, and Japanese chiles in the Hot sauce. People use it as a marinade, put it on Eggs, Hash Browns, Pizza, Tuna, Shrimp, almost anything. Believe me, it is best on Wings!

We have 3 wing lovers to do this review. Parker, Michael Hansen and Firehead Thomas. Let us take a look at what they had to say about it. By the way, Parker’s significant other, Marla makes her ILIS debut with a cameo. Thanks Marla for adding to the review. Solid job!


Michael Hansen

Firehead Thomas

44 Wing Sauce
4017 Mount Carmel Ln
Melbourne , Fl 32901
Phone: 3217687641
Fax: 3217687641
E-Mail: wi********@ho*****.com

14 thoughts on “REVIEW- 44 Wing Sauce

  • August 24, 2010 at 10:07 pm

    Parker…love your media skills!

  • August 25, 2010 at 1:11 am

    Thanks a lot Thomas, it’s a work in progress. I wish I had some pro editing equipment. I’m getting bored with Moviemaker.

    Anyone like the 70’s porn music I found?

  • August 25, 2010 at 2:00 am

    Oh and We’ll be over for dinner this weekend. I hope you have a lot of food. :hungry:

  • August 25, 2010 at 8:04 am

    Well, I’ll be with Buddah in Richmond, but make yourself at home!

  • August 25, 2010 at 10:20 am

    I think these reviews are in the need for the new Rating System. I think there are some nice things said about the product, but it doesn’t look like there was much love. Anyone care to add a rating after the fact?

  • August 25, 2010 at 11:01 am

    As a wing sauce, I’ll give it 2 SPICY HEARTS.
    As a general purpose, grilling sauce or marinade, we can go up to 3 1/2 SPICY HEARTS…..

  • September 8, 2010 at 11:27 pm


  • November 5, 2010 at 2:51 pm

    The guy in the third video did a really great job, with all the shaking and pouring I really got a sense of what the wing sauce was like in consistency. I hope you do more wing sauce reviews because I can’t keep buying every sauce in sight. It helps to see them before buying.

  • November 5, 2010 at 3:00 pm

    It’s my favorite type of sauce to review…thanks:)

  • November 6, 2010 at 2:07 pm

    You should do a series of reviews just on wing sauces and grilling sauces. I like how you pour it on and shake it all around, lol. I really get a sense of the sauce and can see how thick it is, better than other videos where they just put it on a spoon and gulp it real quick.

  • November 6, 2010 at 2:54 pm

    Whomever wants to review with us we will be happy to review. If they send wing sauce, grilling sauce or spicy spearmint cocoa powder it doesn’t matter to me. Unfortunately, we can’t dictate what will be sent to us on any given time frame.

    Let me ask you a few questions Jen. You have been all over the blogs like a buzzsaw asking questions and suggesting things over the last week. It is always nice to see a fresh face new to all the hot sauce. It is like watching a kid in a candy store. You keep saying you want the sauces thick and not thin. You want suicide sauce, but nothing too hot. You obviously love wing sauce because they are usually thicker than normal hot sauces because they have to coat on food. You are also a vegetarian, so what are you having these hot sauces on? Having an idea could be a means to helping suggest something that would work well with your tastes.

    As for Cajun sauces aka Louisiana style hot sauce, they are usually vinegary, salty and ultra thin. Think of tabasco. Those might not be to your liking because you seem against the idea of these type of products. My recommendation though would be to keep an open mind to all levels of thickness. If I told you a sauce was really tasty and it was thin, and another product which was thicker wasn’t too tasty, then would you not try either one based on the viscosity? Try everything, and you will find new flavors profiles that will excite you. Believe me when I say that there is a whole world of hot sauce outside your local grocery store. Read, watch the reviews, and take notes like I do. Maybe you will be able to join some of us at a future show, and you will able to sample some of these flavors. What state do you live in?

  • November 6, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    Lol, yeah hot sauce is better than candy to me. Do you just review what the makers send to you, or do you review the stuff that you buy too? Well, I’ve never tasted a good thin wing sauce yet. I think that I will always like the thicker sauce better, but I can’t really say, because I haven’t tasted a really flavorful thin slathering sauce. I’m not a total vegetarian yet, I’m trying to be. I did have some wings this week. But for vegetarian stuff I love Quorn fake chicken/turkey products, those are awesome with hot sauce. I don’t like soy much, so that’s pretty much all I’ve found so far that’s soy-free. I have tried big chunks of potato cooked up in canola oil, then hot sauce towards the end of cooking, that was awesome. I bet fried breaded vegetables would be awesome with sauce. I’ll keep experimenting.

  • November 28, 2010 at 6:15 pm


Comments are closed.


Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)