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The Albino Rhino's Product Review

November 29, 2013 1 Comment

G’day everyone this is the Rhino again and I have a question for you all. Have you ever bought something from a hot sauce company and loved it so much that you jumped on the chance to acquire another product from the same line only to be severely disappointed?

Well that happened to me today. I wasn’t looking at a hot sauce, though the product was from one of the best known hot sauce producers around. I bought a bag of the Blair’s Death Rain Jolokia Pepper Cauldron Cooked Chips. Now two weeks ago I had the Blair’s Death Rain Habanero chips, and they were exquisite. They made me sniffle, they put a tear in my eye and they gave me the beard sweats so what, what pray tell could the ghost pepper variety do?

The nutritional information was listed for twelve chips, so my first goal was to hit twelve. The head didn’t hit the apex until about chip ten or so, and after that apex nothing more really came, in fact by the end of the bag I wanted a tear so bad I ripped the bag open and licked the powder remnants out *as can be seen on the youtube video that will be posted this coming Monday*

What can I say about the product? They were great fun to try and I’m glad I had the chance to do so, they are all natural with but a few spice extractives and natural flavour but we won’t get started on that. They do give a hearty warmth to your mouth and after the bag a ingle tear can start to form in the very corner of one eye. They were not bad tasting, basically coming off as a regular kettle cooked chip with paprika and a bit of sweetness from the dextrose. 

All in all a good product that every chilihead should want to tick off *if you’re a ticker* myself I’ll stick with the Habanero ones myself as I found them more flavourful and much more punishing heat wise.

Anyway all thank you for reading this and putting up with my rambling, again if you have suggestions for me I’m all ears.

Onwards to heat,

Slainte,

Chad – The Albino Rhino


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