Water, Chilipeppers, Habanero, Salt, Acetic Acid, Spices, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Benzoate
Description:Official: ""Habanera" hot sauce."
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Basic cartoon figure of a farmer carrying a basket of peppers, along with a photo of two Habanero peppers on a yellow(sun), green(hills) and orange background.
Very smooth and somewhat thin overall, although this makes it easy to pour. It had a bit of brown hue to the orange color which took it outside of the usual carrot orange that is so common.
Nothing interesting here...it reminded me of the extra hot sauce aroma one gets from the little packets at cheaper fast food restaurants.
One word...cheap. I have to question the quality of the ingredients used. This is exactly what one would expect from a fast food restaurant, either in a bottle on the table, or in a tear open packet.
No burn to this one...just a slightly sharp acidic taste which disappears quickly.
I found this one in the lengthy row of hot sauces at a Vallarta Supermarket in California. I picked it out from amongst the rest because it only had one preservative, as many of the others had multiples. It's one saving grace was the price...less than $1.50 for 6 1/2 ounces. Skip this one unless you have something very bland on your plate.