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When Sean Evans told us he'd be stopping by the shop for a tasting, we wanted to give him the same experience as any of our customers rolling through. Of course, we added a taste of the two hottest sauces back to back...Below is a rundown of flavors, from least spicy to knock-your-socks off. If you choose the path from mild to wild, we'll throw in a free bottle of Hot Ones. 

Humble House Ancho & Morita: A new crowd favorite here. It's smoky and slightly sweet from tamarind - a BBQ/hot sauce hybrid that works great on rice and beans and grilled meats. 

Pirate's Lantern: Tropical scotch bonnet peppers are matched with the pungency of mustard and aromatic horseradish. A bit of dark rum from the homeland provides just enough sweetness to keep everything in balance. 

High River Hellacious: Slight sweetness from the agave & habanero is balanced by the tart lime juice. A touch of savory smokiness from the jalapeño rounds out the flavor. 

Secret Aardvark Drunken Jerk: Scotch bonnet & habanero peppers give this Jamaican-style Jerk sauce some serious heat. A touch of Caribbean dark rum keeps things cool & easy.

Dirty Dick's Hot Sauce: Blends habanero peppers with tropical fruits for a sweet and spicy sauce. Let the sweetness of bananas, raisins, and pineapples linger on your palate and wait for the heat to kick in.

Queen Majesty Red Habanero Black Coffee: Cold-brewing coffee with vinegar instead of water to use with her habanero mash geniusly infuses this sauce with the earthy flavors of coffee without overpowering.

Adoboloco Hamajang: The combination of smoked bhut jolokia (ghost pepper) and fiery Habanero give this sauce an intense level of heat & flavor, cut nicely with apple cider vinegar. 

Pablo's Bull Fighter: A rich blend of aged red habaneros and aged ghost peppers will surprise you, finishing with the mildly fruity-not-sweet taste of fresh cherries. The habaneros give a pleasant burn up front, but just when you think it's gone, look out! The heat of the ghost peppers lingers for a few minutes, leaving you with a delightful throat burn (in a really nice way).

Dawson's Heatonist #1: This sauce is a joining of smoke and citrus that highlights the unique flavors and sensory excitements of ghost pepper and Sichuan peppercorn.

Sinai Reaper: Our hottest sauce currently, this is a blend of 25 primo Carolina Reapers, with just enough oil and spice to make everything nice. It's serious business.

Product Videos

Hot Sauce Shopping at Heatonist | Hot Ones (14:34)
In his off-week from Hot Ones, Sean Evans is on a mission to dig deeper into the Scoville world and track down some new contenders for the Season 3 hot-sauce lineup. Naturally, he heads straight for his chili-head guru, Noah Chaimberg of Heatonist in Williamsburg, to taste through some of the newest and most explosive bottles on his shelves. Check back on Thursday 11/10 for a brand-new episode of Hot Ones. Subscribe to First We Feast on YouTube: http://goo.gl/UxFzhK Check out more of First We Feast here: http://firstwefeast.com/ https://twitter.com/firstwefeast https://www.facebook.com/FirstWeFeast http://instagram.com/firstwefeast First We Feast videos offer an iconoclastic view into the culinary world, taking you behind-the-scenes with some of the country's best chefs and finding the unexpected places where food and pop culture intersect.
  • Hot Sauce Shopping at Heatonist | Hot Ones
    In his off-week from Hot Ones, Sean Evans is on a mission to d...

Other Details

Humble House Ancho & Morita Ingredients:
Aged tamarind chile paste (raisons, tamarind concentrate, gluten-free soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, morita chile, ancho chile, kosher salt), vinegar, cane sugar, fresh garlic

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