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Zombie Repellent Hot Sauce

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HS1085

Zombie Repellent Hot Sauce. Directions for use: Hold 1 to 4 inches above food and pour, consume food for hours of zombie protection. The burning means it is working.

Ingredients: Habaneros (Fresh Habanero Peppers, Salt), Water, Orange Juice Concentrate, Distilled Vinegar, Natural Flavor, Xanthan Gum, Ascorbic Acid.

Manufacturer: Original Juan Specialty Foods


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A.L.
Fantastic habanero sauce

Zombie Repellent is the best tasting habanero sauce I've had to date. Although the heat surprised me a little, the full flavour and texture of the habanero blew me away. I grow my own habaneros and this sauce provides the same taste and heat level as my home grown peppers. The name on the label provides an extra humorous bonus.

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Houou! that's hot baby!

From one to ten on the "fire index" I'd say a solid 9. It's really hot and OMG the taste. one of the tastiest sauce I've the chance to taste. Really one of a kind hot sauce that goes very well with pizzas and beef. You need to like it hot thought.

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B.M.
Tastiest Hot Sauce

One of THE tastiest hot sauces ever!!! Try it if you like hot. Very nice flavour and oh so hot.

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Delicious with the perfect kick

Probably the best tasting hot sauce I've ever had. It is really delicious, with a slow building kick that is perfect for me. My only gripe is that it is pretty thin and goes quick. I finished the bottle inside of a week, mind you I really enjoyed it and may have been a little too generous each time I took it out. I wish I could buy it in a much, much larger bottle.

Blazing hottt!!!

The heat just keeps building

Smoked onion sauce with a bit of kick

I would definitely characterize this sauce as an onion sauce first with some after thoughts of smoke and spice. Picture a soft fried onion, definitely not caramelized, just a bit soft with plenty of remaining onion flavor mixed with some smoked jalapeno peppers. It is almost like a jar of oniony jalepno poppers without the cheese of course.

It is an assertive sauce that I feel goes best with a savory dish without a lot of competing strong flavours, goes well on a steak sandwich, not so well on a samosa.

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