REVIEW: Red Hawk Premium Peppers’ Grounds for Divorce

This is our 3rd and last review for Red Hawk Premium Peppers. Our review team seems to have some issues with how to use these sauces properly and has caused some friction with some of the lovers of these sauces. This last sauce seems to be a straight type of garlicky hot sauce, and I would think it would make for an easier review unlike the fruit-based sauces of the last 2 reviews. Here is what they say about this product on their website:

“This Sriracha style garlic based hot sauce has a meduim heat that garlic enthusiast will love!

This sauce would be a perfect addition to anything ranging from seafood, pork and chicken to Asian or Italian cuisine.”

I would like to thank the good people at Red Hawk Premium Peppers for letting us review their hot sauce line. I wish them all the best.
Here are the first 2 reviews:

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Michael Hansen



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5 thoughts on “REVIEW: Red Hawk Premium Peppers’ Grounds for Divorce

  • March 12, 2012 at 11:17 am

    ‘Grounds for Divorce’ is our most popular sauce. We also have the ‘Grounds for Divorce XXX’ which is the same flavor and garlic heat as the original but with the kick of yellow Bhut Jolokias for a higher heat level.

    As mentioned before, all the sauces are sold in the “standard” 5 oz woozy bottle. In regards to the Schoberg’s comment, they are NOT sold by weight, I simply neglected to write 1.5 oz on the sample size bottles that the ILoveItSpicy reviewers received. Sorry for the confusion…

    Once again, thanks again to everyone for the review!

  • March 12, 2012 at 1:29 pm

    @Schobergs….will we be seeing you at Peppers At The Beach?

  • March 12, 2012 at 2:15 pm

    Good reviews. This is at the current moment my favorite overall sauce from any manufacturer (actually the xxx version is). As mentioned by Redhawk, the bottles you guys have are just sample sizes so anyone buying should be aware this isn’t the normal size. Of course, no matter what size bottle, this sauce doesn’t last long in our house!

    Good job.

  • March 12, 2012 at 5:23 pm

    Hi Firehead Thomas! Not sure yet if we will make Peppers at the Beach, but we are planning to be at Gunther’s, will we see you there?

  • March 12, 2012 at 6:39 pm

    Unfortunately not. I went to the first Gunther’s Wing bash with Buddah a couple of years ago, but we’ve moved far away since then, so now we can only make it back East a couple times a year…Mike throws a great party!

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