Hot pepper/pepper sauces

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Good Afternoon BITOGERS. I grew up loving real hot foods, still do. I decided to try some “pepper sauces”. I love both of these sauces. Don’t really care for franks reshot or McIlhenny Brand stuff at all.

highly recommend these two as well as Melindas hot sauces.
 

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I go through a bottle of that scotch bonnet sauce every two weeks, give or take.

Has a great heat and flavor and we're growing scotch bonnets next year!
 
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We went out to eat Mexican one night and they had two salsas. One regular and one extra hot. She was eating the extra hot like it was nothing. I tried one tiny bite of it and it literally was so hot that I couldn't taste my food after that haha!
 
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Being from Buffalo, I only allow Frank's in my fridge.
I don't hate Tabasco, and when Cholula is the only option, I'm down with that also.
 
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Sambal Oelek. Same rooster on the bottle as Sriracha but waaay hotter. Most spicy pickles are really pretty mild but a few drops of this stuff in a jar of bread and butter pickles can be blistering. Use the same pickle juice on jar after jar. It never goes away. If you didn't know and ate a big dab on a chip you might have to go to the ER.
 
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Sambal Oelek. Same rooster on the bottle as Sriracha but waaay hotter. Most spicy pickles are really pretty mild but a few drops of this stuff in a jar of bread and butter pickles can be blistering. Use the same pickle juice on jar after jar. It never goes away. If you didn't know and ate a big dab on a chip you might have to go to the ER.

I'm a big fan of the Chili Garlic Sauce from the rooster brand. It's hotter than Sriracha but not nearly as hot as what you're describing. I was in an Asian grocer a few years ago and they sold 3 or 4 brands of Sriracha including the rooster brand. I bought one of each to try them out. I preferred the rooster. While in line, I chatted with an American guy who was buying the rooster brand Sriracha. Told me his wife was Asian and that is what she told him to buy.
 
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