Tahiti Joes - Kumawanakilya XXX

A-4.0 / 5 1 REVIEW

Maker:

Tahiti Joes
West Palm Beach, FL, United States

Pepper(s):

Habanero

Ingredients:

Habañero Peppers, Apple Cider Vinegar, Crushed Tomatoes, Key Lime Juice, Clam Juice, Worcestershire, Honey, Carrots, Fresh Garlic, Fresh Onions, Ginger, Cilantro, Spices.

Description:

Official: "When Tahiti's Hot Sauces got into the hot sauce biz, his Makua Kane (Father), Tahiti's Hot Sauces Sr, said " Keiki Kane (son), if you want to make it in the hot sauce biz, you have to Puhi (burn) the competition". With that in mind (what's left of it), Tahiti's Hot Sauces went off to the islands to ravage the "Killer Habanero Patch". In taking no chances of the Killer Habs and their painful resins, Tahiti's Hot Sauces puts on a mask, surgical gloves, and two x-large condoms, (have to protect the "jewels" you know). Tahiti's Hot Sauces sneaks in at broad day light and it became an instant WAR. The Killer Habs put on a great fight, but no match for the "Kahuna of Hot Sauces". He escapes on his getaway outrigger being belted by crushed tomatoes (get the connection?), that's how tomatoes got into the sauce. So the next time you get "orange crushed" by Brentiki the Crush Meister, Kumawanakilya will take the pain away for good!
P.S. If Kumawanakilya doesn't get you in the beginning, it will get you in THE END!
P.S.S. Banned by all Proctologists."

User Reviews

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

  • A-4.0

    Reviewed by on May 21st, 2013

    • Taste: 4
    • Aroma: 3.9
    • Looks: 4.9
    • Heat: 4.2
    • Label: 4.1

    Label:

    They have interesting labels and semi-funny images to match the quirky names.

    Looks:

    The sauce has a thick consistency with many bits of peppers and other ingredients sprinkled throughout.

    Aroma:

    It has am over powering smell of peppers...

    Taste:

    The taste reflects the broad mixture of spices and ingredients used. The taste hits first, then the heat.

    Heat:

    The taste hits you first, then the heat creeps up on you. I eat a lot of hot sauce, so by the end of the meal, it was definitely burning my mouth. For the average user, I would say it isn't too hot, if you're able to have self control and only use a few drops.

    Overall:

    Overall, this is one of my favorite hot sauces produced in Florida. The owners usually set up in all the major festivals making it super easier to try and buy all sorts of hot sauces. Unlike their fruity hot sauces, I really like their approach to the traditional hot sauce because they include so many different flavors into it.


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