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Heartbeat Heatonist #4 - Lion's Mane Piri Piri Hot Sauce

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This beautiful collaboration between Canada's Heartbeat Hot Sauce and Heatonist, a purveyor of fine hot sauce in Brooklyn shows what can happen when passion meets creativity.

Made in traditional Piri Piri style, the smooth texture is classic Heartbeat, the flavours of Lion's Mane mushroom and Habanero peppers blend seamlessly for a sauce that is both gentle and powerful. The heat sits right around mild/medium, making it one everyone can enjoy!

Ingredients: Red bell peppers, distilled vinegar, olive oil, onion, garlic, Habaneros, white wine vinegar, lemon juice, kosher salt, organic Lion's Mane mushroom powder, paprika. Net weight: 177 ml

Manufactured by Heartbeat Hot Sauce

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
AJ Ottawa (Ottawa, CA)
No heat at all….

I suspect this was the freebie because it really brings little in terms flavour and no heat… Hard sell

Christine (Montreal, CA)

Great choices, love it will order again!

Elaine Carbonneau (Edmundston, CA)
Awesome on wings

Great on everything , especialy on wings ! Matches great with blue cheese sauce!

Vanessa Iafrate (Guelph, CA)
An Absolute Delight

Heartbeat has very quickly become my favourite hot sauce maker; this one being my absolute favourite sauce. The flavour is so good, so full, and the heat is absolutely perfect. Literally amazing on anything... it's the best on lightly seasoned chicken breast.

David (Toronto, CA)

I've enjoyed other Heartbeat sauces, but this one was disappointing. It doesn't really taste like a hot sauce, more like a chipotle mayo with a faint whisper of acidic umami. I don't have a super high heat tolerance and I don't notice any heat at at all. I put it all over my eggs and noticed so little impact I had to add another hot sauce over top (which I tasted fine, so I know I'm not just going crazy). The flavour itself is alright, nice in pasta, but I had to aggressively smother my orzo in it to give it just a subtle accent. I guess it'll go to good use, but I'm using it mainly to not waste the $18.