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Noel's Dia de Los Muertos Hot Sauce

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The name Serrano is a reference to the Sierra Mountains in Puebla and Hidalgo in Mexico where they are found. Noel's love for the serrano and his passion for cooking lead to the marriage of spicy red serranos and ripe sweet mangoes in this Southwestern inspired hot sauce.

Ingredients: Red Serrano Peppers, Vinegar, Cane Sugar, Water, Mango Puree Concentrate, Salt, Natural Flavor.

Manufactured by Original Juan Specialty Foods

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What an awesome flavour!

First time ever trying a sweet hot sauce. It had an amazing flavour I've never tasted before and a little bit of the heat that I like. Definitely a milder hot sauce but so delicious. My wife found it really hot for what that's worth. I just got a bottle yesterday and I'm already out :'(

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Slightly warm

No doubt about it this stuff is hot which is surprising, considering I eat the last dab redux on a daily basis. Same with hellfire fear this, I feel that da bomb final answer is way hotter than both of those. But it tastes disgusting.

Los Calientes

It's the most pleasureful pain I've ever experienced. And I'll do it over and over.

Nice Salsa

Don't buy any, save it all for me!

Still the best

I was there at the old Red Fox liars table when you first introduced this stuff , I am 74 now and still think it is the best in North America, had a feed tonight for supper with my Keith's and wings thanks for the best sauce around and thanks for all the great memories at the Fox

Taste is good, but no heat

Great flavor but I'd rate the heat more like a 2/10