Heartbeat Pineapple Habanero Hot Sauce
*** AS SEEN ON HOT ONES SEASON 10 ***
The guys at Heartbeat have outdone themselves, the newest addition to their line of small-batch fermented hot sauce is bright, bubbly and sharp with a smooth, sweet finish.
Ingredients: Pineapple, yellow peppers, onions, distilled vinegar, Habaneros, sugar, lime juice, kosher salt, garlic, canola oil, ale (hops, malted barley, yeast)
Manufactured by Heartbeat Hot Sauce Co
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This sauce is literally perfect for drizzling over eggs in the morning. If you love eggs do yourself a favour and try this sauce for them. It adds a mild heat with the perfect fruity acidity to cut through the richness of a runny yolk and the acidity in this sauce being pineapple juice means it has some real flavour unlike other vinegar-y sauces.
This is an absolutely delicious sauce: not too hot, not too mild, not too sweet. Adds a pleasant habanero heat and flavour to anything you might put hot sauce on, and the tangy sweetness of the pineapple cuts through nicely. Great on pizza (because pineapple on pizza is great) and in burrito bowls or taco salads to add another dimension. I'll be buying this as long as they make it.
I bought this as a father's day gift and the bottle is almost gone. Saw it on Hot Ones and took a chance. Step dad literally sent a picture to the family chat today saying "Total happiness at Dewe's 😘" along with a picture of 4 bottles (including this one) that our local grocery store carries haha I'm beyond impressed and can say that (from his opinion, I hate spicy things), it is amazing. He literally puts it on everything from steak to quinoa salad to pasta.
I've actually lived in Thunder Bay. The hot sauce is overrated. This one & the blueberry have excellent flavour and for people who don't like spicy food. If you like spicy food then these will simply taste sweet, in which case you can just cook with pineapple/blueberries and you'll get more bang for your buck.
- will not buy again, but will recommend to my friends who dont like spice.
Not as hot as I thought or like but is a lovely sauce and goes well with shrimp!