Tropical Pepper Co.
Scorpion Peppers, Water, Salt, Acetic Acid, Xanthan Gum
Description:Official: "Unforgiving as the scorpion's sting, this deadly pepper sauce will ignite the fire of your senses."
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the scorpion holding the peppers (as is the standard for this brand) looks scary. usual super hot sauce warnings with a best before date.
reddish orange with visible seeds, quite thin with no flow restrictor (be careful for the over pour)
the heat shines thru but pineapple shines thru although not listed on the ingredient label.
this is fiery no question about it. it will satisfy most chili heads, the people attracted to this bottle will be happy. again the unlisted pineapple is the second most dominant taste. more heat than flavor
just like mashing ripe (but raw) peppers, fruity ripe flavors but lacking depth like (if you roasted the peppers). it will numb your lips and tongue.
good price for true heat intensity. the company's ghost pepper is far superior. watery consistency holds this sauce back from higher score. best to add while cooking to build heat.
Colorful and innocuous picture. Properly labeled with warnings of the intense heat it provides.
A deep red with seeds and the viscera of the unholy peppers within.
A very pleasing smell, sweet and sharp, a complete misrepresentation of how pleasant this sauce is or treats you.
Sublimely balanced in flavor. No smokey or excessive vinegar taste which usually turns me off. Inspired me to put a generous portion on my innocent turkey sandwich. My friends, this ambition is a mistake.
Pretty good. Used it to strip the paint off my hot wheels.
My friends, this is my first review, and I am writing it the day after my first encounter with this sauce. This saucy red bastard has the sweet welcoming flavor of a habenero blend, with a desirable freshness of taste and hits your palate with the feigning blows of a boxer feeling out his opponent. Then the bell rings for round two your mouth is ablaze and you can hardly think. You wander your kitchen eating cheese off the block while your fiancee groans at you for doing this again. She's no longer amused. You pace and gape like a fish out of water occasionally recovering enough to take another bite out of the sandwich you doused in this hateful brew, still admiring the taste of the sauce before going back to pacing and cheese chomping. And brother, this fight is far from over. Like I said at the beginning, I am writing this the next day. This is a knock down, drag out, b-hole ruining battle that will make you curse and cry and bargain, and lose your faith. 5 Stars. Pretty good.