REVIEW: Addiction Sauces’ Bhut Jolokia
I am a big fan of vinegary sauces, and for that reason I was a big fan of the unique combinations of flavors from the Addiction Sauces at the Fiery Food Show. With the sharp twang that comes with the use of vinegar with the hot peppers, fruit and spices I was very happy to set up a review with Bo Perkins the maker and co-owner of Addiction Sauces. Not everyone loves vinegar like me in their hot sauce, so I wasn’t sure if our review team would find the flavors as pleasing as it was for me. That is why we do multiple person reviews, to get plenty of feedback whether it is good or bad. Our review team is Ken Alexander, Xero, and Fiber Joe. Before the review here is a little about Addiction Sauces.
We are all addicts…we just need to find the right Addiction!
Welcome to the house of Addiction Sauces…where our goal is to turn you ino an addict! We are obsessed with producing combinations of flavors that are unparalleled. Our current selection features a medium heat Habanero Hot Sauce and a hot bhut jolokia Hot Sauce. Both sauces are well rounded in flavor followed up with a refreshing burst of heat from the peppers. try both on all different foods to see how they will pick up different flavors. No matter what you put them on, you will have to have more! That’s why we have all become ADDICTED TO ADDICTION!
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5 thoughts on “REVIEW: Addiction Sauces’ Bhut Jolokia”
Silver dollar tacos, I am so going to do that. I only got the vinegar flavor in front when I ate it straight. When I added it to stuff the vinegar went to the background just like it should.
Im not the type to put hot sauce on everything like eggs sausage salad or what evere when i look for a sauce its mainly just for tacos and burrito i really liked this one alot i tryed both sauces the same night so both reviews is on silver dollar tacos asada cilantro onion and a little lime and some addiction what more do you need loved it
I brought this sauce to a work related lunch at a Mexican restaurant and passed the bottle around. The consensus was positive, and we decided that it was like a more complex version of a Tabasco type sauce. So, if you’re into the Louisiana style sauces, this one will not dissapoint. Decent heat and a powerful vinegar punch. I give it a solid 3, and my buddy’s at work gave it a 4 and a 4.5.
I was disappointed with the sauces when I tried them in ABQ. The sauces had an all star list of ingredients. But, the vinegar was way too overpowering and the heat was average. Sorry, folks. I am very picky(as you all know) and these would not be in my rotation without a little retooling. If they moved the vinegar further down the ingredients list, I think these would be A LOT better.
That’s why I say “if you like LA style sauces”…I can take them or leave them, but for that style, I thought it was decent. Too much vinegar for my every day use as well.
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