Capsium Oil, Habanero Pepper Mash, Fresh Carrots, Key Lime Juice, Garlic, Salt, Onions, N'awlins Cajun Creole Spices, Ginseng.
Description:Official: "If you are in need of extreme heat (as in mouth numbing, taste nothing else kind of heat) then this is for you. This is a quality product - as all of Marie Sharp's stuff is."
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Labeling is fine, but with the excessive amount of CAUTION and BEWARE you'd think it was a ghost pepper sauce or something to be only used in very tiny portions. The bottle includes a Tobasco style dripper that makes it difficult to apply but can easily be removed.
Color and consistency look great and there are visible bits of real ingredients.
The aroma is really appetizing. It doesn't have a very vinegary or sharp smell to it. The sauce is spicy but not spicy to the point the smell become pungent like a ghost pepper sauce.
Sweet. It's got this really lovely sweet taste that you don't get with many other habanero sauces that usually have sharp salty or vinegary flavors.
For what it is, which is a habanero sauce, the heat is fantastic. I'd say it's about as hot as many of the ghost pepper salsas I've tried and a good bit hotter than the majority of other habanero sauces.
I really love the taste of this sauce, it's definitely one of my favorites. It is sweet and pleasant tasting while also giving a strong amount of heat. It sits right on the lip before super spicy sauces start to become bitter and pungent and gives you the best of both worlds.