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Hot Ones Hits No 3

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Hot Ones heavy weights, these three hot sauces from the popular YouTube show, pack serious heat backed up by solid flavor profiles.

Torchbearer Son of Zombie although developed as a wing sauce goes really well on pizza, burgers, pasta and popcorn as well thanks to it's savory/sweet flavors that linger just as long as the heat.

Mad Dog 357, the Original 357 000 SHU hot sauce is responsible for putting a lot of guys in sweat & tears. Once the heat has let go a little you can appreciate the flavors of Habanero and spices.

Hellfire Fiery Fool is an animal that should be approached cautiously. A hot sauce that has Red 7 Pot Primo, Ghost and Carolina Reaper peppers as its first 3 ingredients needs to be taken seriously. 


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Good combination

Had a great time with friends working through several hot sauces, including these three. I am a big fan of 357 and Son of Zombie, but it will take another taste to have a verdict for Fiery Fool. Well worth the price.

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Horrible after taste

This sauce gets two stars from me due to the horrible after taste but contains a crazy amount of heat. It feels hotter than some other sauces I have that are rated much higher in scovilles. I only bought this due to the "hot ones" show to see what the fuss was about. I think it was a mistake to add "natural pepper flavoring", tomato paste and some wrong spices that contribute to an icky after taste (not talking about heat).

Awesome

I stayed away from this sauce for a while but after watching "hot ones" my curiosity was peaked. I didn't find it as hot as some of the others that were rated lower in scoville units in their show line up. For the level of heat, I echo the comments already made. The makers of this sauce did an incredible job balancing heat with sharp flavors such as sun dried tomatoes needed to poke through. Love this sauce.

OMG The ingredients

The stuff they squeeze into this little bottle, likely why it costs a lot more. I agree with the others that this isn't super crazy hot given the types of peppers used. The makers did a good job mixing it all together in the right combination. This goes great with wild game meats, thanksgiving and other festive turkey meals. But i don't really think there's anything this hot sauce doesn't taste good with.

Excellent

My head tolerance is a bit low but this sauce is absolutely perfect. Perhaps not as hot as the heat scale given in the product description though. This sauce won with over with a disclaimer that the sour cherry may contain pits. That's awesome and screams no fake simulated cherry powered in this sauce. Will be buying this again.

Disguisting and disapointing.

I'm not a hot sauce expert but my taste buds hate this rub. For a long time, I've been looking for a cherry power spice. I tried to make my own using dollar store simulated cherry powder and this Mary's product is far worse. Imagine a no name cherry coke, add a ton more sugar, a while the smoke tries to overpower the similar tart cherry flavor that actually gives me a headache. To their credit, if real dehydrated cherry powder was used, they would likely have to charge around $30/shaker. I would pay this if they added some heat to this... otherwise cook your stuff in dr. pepper or cherry coke and save money. Won't be buying this again.