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Heartbreaking Dawns 1498 Trinidad Scorpion Sauce

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Classic Scorpion pepper heat nicely balanced in this hot sauce against the fruity sweetness of apricots, blueberries and honey. Garlic and ginger add a savoury note to this very versatile sauce, use as a table sauce on stir-fries, spring rolls, rice noodles and chicken or use a cooking sauce for chutneys, jellies, soups and sauces. 

Ingredients: Trinidad scorpion peppers, scotch bonnet peppers, cider vinegar, apricot preserves, water, blueberries, carrots, honey, onion, soy sauce, sea salt, garlic, ginger, white pepper.
Manufactured by Heartbreaking Dawns

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Smells good. Tastes good. Hot as hell. But manageable.
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The toe was damn hot!!!

The toe of satan is friggin so hot. It's one thing to eat something hot and swallow it. The toe is 9 million scolville but you are sucking on it. Need I say more!!! Picture was for fun but that was about 20 mins after!!

Perfect if you like strong vinegar-y sauces.

So my partner loves this sauce, but she loves kimchi and all things vinegar/acid-y. So I'm giving this 4 stars based on her opinion.

The normal Hellfire Detroit is one of my favorite sauces of all time for reference; however Bourbon Habanero Ghost is too tart/acidy for my taste, its also considerably hotter (which is welcome for some but a difference to note), I'd say 40% hotter than normal hellfire.

Good flavour with lingering heat

This is a pretty darn hot sauce, but the underlying flavour is still noticeable. This is a good one to have in your collection for those liking a strong kick now and then.