Review: RisingHy’s Habanero Olive Oil

This is our second product review for RisingHy. Last week we did their spicy version of honey mustard which you can view HERE. This time a habanero version of a household olive oil. I am sure I didn’t have to tell you that from the title. We are keeping with the same review team as before with The Schobergs, Derrick Wood, and the Missouri Boyz. Check it out:

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3 thoughts on “Review: RisingHy’s Habanero Olive Oil

  • November 10, 2011 at 9:49 pm

    I did cook with this and what I found that for me, it didn’t change the food. But, for those who don’t eat hot foods on a regular basis or at all, they notice it a little bit more.

    My fiancee asked me what I put in the chicken tacos I made the other night. I told her I cooked the chicken in the olive oil and then seasoned with taco seasoning. She said that it wasn’t too spicy. But, she noticed it being spicier than normal.

    Even after that, I wouldn’t change my rating because this product was intended to be for someone that likes it on the spicy side. Also, I would like to add to what I said in the video about Saint Louis having stores that are devoted to nothing but olive oils and vinegars. They do have a habanero olive oil and it is a lot spicier than this.

    Also, with the minimal ingredients in this product and a price tag of $10, I would save money infusing a bigger bottle of olive oil with any pepper what I have. :chef:

    Which gives me an idea with the scorpions I have sitting in the fridge.

  • November 11, 2011 at 12:42 am

    This being my first habanero olive oil I did not have anything to compare it to. When it is mixed in with something that has a ton of ingredients, I agree, hard to tell the difference for a true chilehead. But I use this instead of butter to fry up grilled cheese and it adds a nice little kick and is perfect for those occasions where I just want a tingle.

    I know the ten dollar price tag is a bit much but it’s cheaper than the chile oil at The Olive Mill near our house. They want like $16 or something like that. As for your scorpion idea….hmmm………… now you’re talking!

  • December 1, 2011 at 10:12 am

    Thanks for the reviews. I’m undecided on buying a bottle to try, especially when it’s $10 + shipping costs.

    I’ll be in St. Louis for a weekend in a couple weeks. Do you know the name of the habanero olive oil and the store I can find it at? I’d like to grab a bottle when I’m there since you mentioned it was a spicier version.


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