Butterfly Bakery - Maple Wood Smoked Onion Hot Sauce

Butterfly Bakery - Maple Wood Smoked Onion Hot Sauce

A-4.0 / 5 BASED ON 3 REVIEWS

Maker:

Butterfly Bakery
Montpellar, VT, United States

Pepper(s):

Habanero, Jalapeño, Carolina Reaper

Ingredients:

Vermont Grown Chili Peppers, Organic White Vinegar, Maple Wood Smoked Vermont Grown Onions, Salt

Description:

Official: "This started as a one off batch flavor. Then folks wanted another batch. And another. It was around the fourth "one of batch" that we realized that maple wood smoked on ions and Vermont grown chili peppers makes for some fabulous hot sauce."

User Reviews

The opinions expressed in these reviews are soley those of their author.

  • A-4.0

    Reviewed by on January 21st, 2018

    • Taste: 4.5
    • Aroma: 4.1
    • Looks: 3
    • Heat: 2.4
    • Label: 3

    Label:

    Labeling and bottle are fine. I don't deduct points for labels....i look for flavor

    Looks:

    Dark red-brown color. On the thicker end of viscocity, small bits of onion and chili peppers.

    Aroma:

    Deep rich smokey aroma with a sweetness of caramalized onions. Really enjoyable on the nose. Not overly complex or simple aroma

    Taste:

    Ive had some umami hot sauces that are too complex in flavor profile and stumble over themselves.... this is not one of those. As you can see from the ingredients list this is a hot sauce whose complexity in flavor comes from just a free ingredients which i really appreciate. Very enjoyable and balanced level of smokiness, sweetness, jalepano flavors. Great addition to a dishes that benefit from some depth of flavor. I really enjoyed on carne con chili(chili colorado) and omlets

    Heat:

    On the mild side, but balanced well

    Overall:

    A very solid sauce and was a bit surprised at how much it grew on me. Reminded me in many ways of another hot sauce i really enjoy called Hot Maple out of oregon

  • A-4.0

    Reviewed by on January 21st, 2018

    • Taste: 4.5
    • Aroma: 4.1
    • Looks: 3
    • Heat: 2.4
    • Label: 3

    Label:

    Labeling and bottle are fine. I don't deduct points for labels....i look for flavor

    Looks:

    Dark red-brown color. On the thicker end of viscocity, small bits of onion and chili peppers.

    Aroma:

    Deep rich smokey aroma with a sweetness of caramalized onions. Really enjoyable on the nose. Not overly complex or simple aroma

    Taste:

    Ive had some umami hot sauces that are too complex in flavor profile and stumble over themselves.... this is not one of those. As you can see from the ingredients list this is a hot sauce whose complexity in flavor comes from just a free ingredients which i really appreciate. Very enjoyable and balanced level of smokiness, sweetness, jalepano flavors. Great addition to a dishes that benefit from some depth of flavor. I really enjoyed on carne con chili(chili colorado) and omlets

    Heat:

    On the mild side, but balanced well

    Overall:

    A very solid sauce and was a bit surprised at how much it grew on me. Reminded me in many ways of another hot sauce i really enjoy called Hot Maple out of oregon

  • A-4.0

    Reviewed by on January 21st, 2018

    • Taste: 4.5
    • Aroma: 4.1
    • Looks: 3
    • Heat: 2.4
    • Label: 3

    Label:

    Labeling and bottle are fine. Not a big deal in my book. Flavor is the big thing i look for

    Looks:

    Dark red-brown color. On the thicker end of viscocity, small bits of onion and chili peppers.

    Aroma:

    Deep rich smokey aroma with a sweetness of caramalized onions. Really enjoyable on the nose. Not overly complex or simple aroma

    Taste:

    Ive had some umami hot sauces that are too complex in flavor profile and stumble over themselves.... this is not one of those. As you can see from the ingredients list this is a hot sauce whose complexity in flavor comes from just a free ingredients which i really appreciate. Very enjoyable and balanced level of smokiness, sweetness, jalepano flavors. Great addition to a dishes that benefit from some depth of flavor. I really enjoyed on carne con chili(chili colorado) and omlets

    Heat:

    On the mild side, but balanced well with smoke and sweetness.

    Overall:

    A very solid sauce and was a bit surprised at how much it grew on me. Reminded me in many ways of another hot sauce i really enjoy called Hot Maple out of oregon


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