REVIEW- Heartbreaking Dawns’ Jalapeno Pineapple Hot Sauce

Is the pineapple the new mango for hot sauce lovers? We have introduced some mighty fine pineapple hot sauces over the last month with Ring Sting and Sailor’s Swagger. I will also throw in Jac’s Tailgaters with their own award winning pineapple version that I discovered last fall. Now in steps Justin with yet another one. He brought back this product from the North Market show in Columbus, Ohio. Justin doesn’t usually like sweet sauces though, so let us find out if he can overcome his dislike for the sugary/fruity condiments and add to our ever-increasing list of spicy pineapple must haves.

Heartbreaking Dawns

Heartbreaking Dawns
PO Box 259
Rosendale, NY 12472
phone: 845-658-2003
email: Jo****@He****************.com

5 thoughts on “REVIEW- Heartbreaking Dawns’ Jalapeno Pineapple Hot Sauce

  • April 28, 2010 at 7:56 pm

    the red sauce is our classic gold habanero. Im glad we broke the “fruit” predjudice! and you were dead on when explaining the flavor, with our fruit sauces the fruit flavor isnt prominent for several reasons, 1) we use fresh products 2) we use the fruit as another way of sweetening the sauce instead of adding sugar. We did want the fruit flavor to be overwelming, we wanted it to be complimentary! Thanks for doin the review, see you all in the near future xox

  • April 28, 2010 at 10:00 pm

    Yes thank you Justin, Oh above nicole meant “didn’t want the fruit flavor to be overwhelming” Anyway, I am really glad you like! Are you going out to Peppers or will we not see you until Jungle Jim’s?

  • April 29, 2010 at 11:28 am

    unfortunatly i most likely wont be at either shows. i just cant afford it right now, if it was just the drive or just the hotel or just my purchases while i was there i would be ok but i cant do all 3.

  • April 29, 2010 at 5:24 pm

    Any chance that will change or maybe be able to go to FMK instead?

  • April 30, 2010 at 12:11 am

    i would love to go to fmk or even more open fields. no hotel to pay for and no sauces sold so its better on the budget.

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