Habanero Montreal – Dec. ’15

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Martin Lamoureux

Hello Chileheads,

Here in Quebec, the real hot sauces lovers are in small numbers, but are increasing year by year. Of these, one name often keeps coming up – Claude Dubé. Some media called the man with the Teflon tongue a legend. Certainly, you cannot remain indifferent when you see him eat peppers or sauces. I had the chance to meet him at the gathering of the first Annual Chili Quebec, and I found a man with an intense passion that he is not afraid to share. A colorful man with an attractive personality and when he speaks, people around him listen. Nothing seems to hurt him and any hot pepper sauce doesn’t seem to phase him. Not even the extracts; no product scares him. I asked him whether he felt some pain and his answer surprised me a little. Yes he feels pain, but he has been eating spicy food since the age of 6-7 years old, and he tolerates the burn and is able to ignore the pain. Go see his videos you’ll understand what I am talking about.

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Habanero Montreal

by
Martin Lamoureux

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Northern Fire

Bonjour Chileheads,

In the upcoming months I will tell you about my Canadian passion for hot peppers, but first, let me introduce myself to you. My name is Martin Lamoureux and I live in a small town in the suburbs of Montreal. I became interested in chilli peppers in my teenage years at a time when fresh peppers were rare here in Canada. As the years progressed, I discovered some excellent spicy products, especially hot sauce. That world fascinated me, and a couple years later I found a guy who had published a review about a hot sauce and it really captivated me. This reviewer many of you know; he is Mr. Bill Moore. After watching several videos of Bill, I said to myself that here in Quebec we have no one that does this type of thing for the Canadian Chilehead. I decided to take it upon myself to create such a reviewer and I began to offer my own review with sauces from here. The problem for me was that most stores only carried the likes of Tabasco and Frank’s Red Hot, and I wanted the same sauces that Bill Moore was reviewing.

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