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Some feedback on Blair's death line of Hot Sauces.

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sonnymooks Jun 17, 2008 11:52 AM

I'm getting a nice package of a bunch of different Blair's hot sauces.

The ones I am getting are the Original Death sauce, the After Death sauce with Chipotle, Jalapeno Death with Tequila, Sudden Death with Ginsing, Jersey Death, Pure Death Naga (Ghost) Jolokia, Sweet Death and the Mega Death sauce.

I'm not bothering with the reserve stuff. Has anyone tried any of these flavors from Blairs?

I'm also aware it may not be the wisest consumer choice to purchase products that advertise passing away.

lol

Incidentally, I'm also getting a whole line Dave's gourmet sauces (the guy who has the insanity sauces).

Those sauces are the Roasted Pepper & Chipotle Sauce, Roasted Garlic Hot Sauce, Scotch Bonnet Sauce, Insanity Sauce, Cool Cayenne Sauce and Hurtin Jalapeno Sauce along with the Hurting Halabenaro sauce and the Garlic Chilie sauce.

Not planning on really using the insanity or ultimate insanity sauces, but would love to get feedback from folks who have tried these other sauces and see what they thought of the flavor and heat.

I appreciate any comments, feedback and opinions on these sauces.

  1. PaulaT Jun 17, 2008 12:40 PM

    tried Mega death, after death and the original. I think the Mega death is my limit - tried each straight and on wings. I though all of them lost a lot on the wings - no real flavor and some heat. The actual punch for mega came about 30 seconds after and last several minutes, but it was on my tounge, not in my gut and actually didn't have as much effect on me as my own grown peppers. The bottles are habenero derivatives and I am not fond of hebenero taste.

    1. goodhealthgourmet Jun 17, 2008 01:56 PM

      actually, would love to hear your feedback re: famous dave's hurtin' habanero if you end up trying it. uncle dougie's bada boom habanero mustard hot sauce is one of my favorites, but it's so hard to find that i'm open to checking out a more readily available habanero mustard sauce such as famous dave's...that is, as long as it's good ;)

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