Hot Sauce Reviews

Cholula: Original

From: Jalisco, Mexico

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Overall:

Classic

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Flavor:

Easy Going

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Heat:

Barely Anything

Louisiana: Original

From: Louisiana, USA

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Overall:

Nothing Remarkable

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Flavor:

Tasteless

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Heat:

Brings some sweat

Huy Fong Sriracha

From: Saigon, Vietnam

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Overall:

An Icon

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Flavor:

Beloved

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Heat:

Essentially nothing

Tapatio

From: Jalisco, Mexico

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Overall:

The Pantry Staple

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Flavor:

Standard

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Heat:

Minimal

Secret Aardvark

From: Portland, Oregon, USA

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Overall:

A Crowd Pleaser

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Flavor:

Sweet 'n Spicy Ketchup

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Heat:

A slow build

Melinda’s Extra Hot

From: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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Overall:

Unmemorable

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Flavor:

Generic

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Heat:

A few drops will do

Dirty Dick’s Hot Sauce

From: Norwell, Massachusetts, USA

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Overall:

Summery Twist

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Flavor:

Fruity and Sweet

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Heat:

Not too shabby

Pain 100%

From: Kansas, USA

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Overall:

1/10 would recommend

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Flavor:

What is flavor?

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Heat:

Not enjoyable

Queen Majesty: Scotch Bonnet & Ginger

From: NYC, USA

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Overall:

One of the ruling sauces

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Flavor:

Complex and dynamic

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Heat:

Hot enough

TRUFF: Black Truffle Infused

From: Los Angeles, California, USA

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Overall:

Typical Hipster Sauce

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Flavor:

Overhyped

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Heat:

Barely anything

Yellowbird: Habanero

From: Austin, Texas, USA

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Overall:

Middle of the line

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Flavor:

Pleasant

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Heat:

Just a smidge

Tabasco: Original

From: Louisiana, USA

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Overall:

Thank you, next...

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Flavor:

Vinegar, vinegar, vinegar

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Heat:

There's better options for heat

Huy Fong Chili Garlic Sauce

From: Vietnam

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Overall:

Standard add-on

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Flavor:

Basic but beloved

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Heat:

Adds just tinge

Horsetooth Hot Sauce: The “O” Face

From: Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

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Overall:

Do it for the flavor

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Flavor:

Light and delicious

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Heat:

Maybe it's hot for white people

Cooper’s Small Batch: Leche Diablesa

From: Englewood, Colorado, USA

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Overall:

M A G I C

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Flavor:

Tropical and unique

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Heat:

Does it matter with this one?

Nando’s Extra Extra Hot

From: Johannesburg, South Africa, Africa

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Overall:

Honestly disappointing

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Flavor:

Averagely manufactured

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Heat:

Never gets really ``hot``

El Yucateco: Salsa Picante de Chile Habanero

From: Yucatan, Mexico

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Overall:

Inoffensive

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Flavor:

Not a stand-out

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Heat:

Good to add some mild spice

Frank’s Red Hot: Original

From: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

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Overall:

Hard to hate classic

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Flavor:

Classic as can be

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Heat:

Never too hot

The Boulder Hot Sauce Company: Smokey Serrano

From: Boulder, Colorado, USA

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Overall:

Simple sweet and smokey

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Flavor:

Just what you'd expect

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Heat:

Minimal

Burns McCoy: Smoked Habanero Roasted Garlic

From: Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

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Overall:

Non-controversial heat bonus

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Flavor:

Takes bland and makes it good

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Heat:

Definitely can bring some heat

Cholula: Chili Lime

From: Jalisco, Mexico

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Overall:

Classic with a twist

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Flavor:

When I want a little more party

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Heat:

Yeah nah

Kumana: Be Hot

From: Venezuela

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Overall:

Tasty and fresh

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Flavor:

Mellow and cooling

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Heat:

Zero intensity

Tabasco: Green Pepper Sauce

From: Louisiana, USA

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Overall:

Alright for Tabasco

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Flavor:

Better than just pure vinegar

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Heat:

Eh

Tabasco: Chipotle

From: Louisiana, USA

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Overall:

It's fine

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Flavor:

Just fine

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Heat:

No really, it's just fine

The Boulder Hot Sauce: Harry’s Habanero

From: Boulder, Colorado, USA

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Overall:

A good pantry staple

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Flavor:

Simple habanero sauce

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Heat:

A small kick

Horsetooth Hot Sauce: The Green

From: Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

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Overall:

Yummy but nothing spectacular

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Flavor:

Good flavor

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Heat:

Not too heated

La Victoria: Salsa Brava

From: Mexico

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Overall:

Ew

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Flavor:

Canned Tomato Puree

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Heat:

Really nothing