Hot-Headz – Who Dares Burns! Fiery Habanero Chile Con Queso

by Darth Naga on October 7, 2010 · 1 comment

in Product Reviews

Who Dares Burns! Fiery Habanero Chile Con Queso

Who Dares Burns! Fiery Habanero Chile Con Queso

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING CHILEFANZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!…thats if it is morning of course! If not then good afternoon! Today I have decided to review a product that could easily be a match made in heaven, it combines two of my favourite things in life, cheese and chilli! Now I have reviewed a product like this before and granted it was fookin hot and it tasted quite nice..but this one is a little closer to my heart.

Its a new product from my old pal Stu over at www.hot-headz.com and he’s listened to the people who have asked for a product like this time and time again as we know full well the only other well known brand rarely ships any to the uk, so we turned to Hot Headz to help us, and they answered our call…and so it was born!

“Who dares burns chile con queso” or “Who dares cheese” as I like to call it is something I think all chileheads in the UK have been after for a long time, its not easy to come by a product that combines the two main ingredients sooooo well, sure you have lots of “nacho cheese” and “chilli cheese” dips in supermarkets but they are bland and have little to no discernible heat at all, well Stu decided to take a stand for the UK and change all that!!

Ingredients: Whey, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Cheese (Pasteurized Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, enzymes), Bell Peppers, Tomato Paste, Sodium Phosphate, Less than 2% Salt, Lactic Acid, Modified Food Starch, Jalapeno Peppers (Jalapeno Peppers, Water, Vinegar, Salt, Calcium Chloride & Less than 1% Sodium Benzoate), Vinegar, Onion Flakes, Guar Gum, Sorbic Acid as a preservative, Habanero Pepper, Nacho Seasoning (Chili pepper, dehydrated onion & garlic, spices, paprika, maltodextrin, natural flavor, salt), Annatto, Red Chili Pepper, Xanthan Gum, Artificial Flavor, Natural Garlic Concentrate, Mono and DiGlycerides, Lecithin.

(Review sample generously supplied by www.Hot-Headz.com)

I’m lovig the redesigned labels that are hitting the “Who Dares Burns” range atm with the platinum wings i think it looks great, and it adorns the side of this queso jar like a winged proclamation of “I’m hot, and bloody tasty too!”, Hot Headz would only put their brand on this knowing full well that it tastes awesome and has a kick too!

I twisted off the bright red lid and took a sniff of the stuff inside, there was the unmistakeable smell of cheese (cheddar i think) and habs and this brought a cheeky little smile to my chubby face, the sauce itself if a creamy yellow colour, quite thick and with flecks of green, black and red running through it, it was clear already that i was going to enjoy this so i grabbed a spoon and dug in…WOW! the flavour straight away was very intense and deliciously cheesy! then the heat from the hab’s and Jalapeno’s kicked in and i was in heaven!

As i carried on eating a few more spoonfuls i noticed that the heat, although not hot was certainly a building heat that made itself very noticeable after a couple more bites!

Overall i think its safe to say that I did enjoy this queso and i think it will appeal to a broad spectrum of chile headz, the only let down for me was the heat level, I would have preferred more heat with the awesome cheesiness! (perhaps theres an idea for another product Stu?? a hotter variant? call me!! LOL) but as it stands I think Hot Headz have hit the nail on the head with this one as at this heat level more people can appreciate it!

You can grab a whopping 454g jar of this tasty stuff for a mere £2.99 over at www.hot-headz.com and tell them i sent ya!!

Till next time my loyal chilefanz, may the sauce be with you!!

Flavour
(10/10)
Heat
(4/10)
Packaging
(6/10)
Value
(8/10)
Overall
(8/10)

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avatar Hot Juan October 7, 2010 at 7:47 pm

This stuff is fantastic, now on my second jar, this is on my Christmas list..

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