ChilliPepperPete’s Naga Head Hunter Chilli Sauce

by Hot Juan on May 9, 2011 · 0 comments

in Product Reviews

ChilliPepperPete's Naga Head Hunter Chilli Sauce

ChilliPepperPete's Naga Head Hunter Chilli Sauce

This is the hottest sauces from ChilliPepperPete that does not contain extract, it is packed with fresh Naga Jolokia Chillies from Pete’s Spanish connection, as well as some dried Naga Chillies as well, just incase this was not hot enough.

The sauce is a nice thick consistency, with a very bright red colour, if I had not read the label I would be expecting it to contain a food colouring to get this colour.  On opening the bottle the smell is fantastic, a kind of sweet, tomato, but much better than I can find words to describe it.

I am expecting this to be a pretty extreme sauce, so I am being very tentative with the quantity I am tasting, and I am still finding it very hot, it is instant heat as it hits my tongue, but while burning its way around my mouth, I can start to taste the sweet pineapple and tomato.

I think with these wonderful super hot chillies, extract sauces may have had there day, this sauce has flavour and about as much heat as I wanted today and after I cooled down the flavour is well matched to it.

Ingredients: Pineapple, Tomato, Onions, Fresh Spanish Naga Chilli, Dried Naga Chilli, Aleppo Chilli, Sugar, Garlic, Salt.

Bottle kindly provided by ChilliPepperPete

With the heat from the Naga’s the Pineapple and Tomato, this sauce works for me as a condiment with some boiled rice (as I write this I am doing a Detox, so it is great with all the brown rice), but it would also work well to pep up almost any stew or casserole.

Not overly sure about the latest label designs, I love the web site design, but these latest labels seem to be a departure from that style, for me they are  not easy to see the image, but this does not detract from the quality of the sauces Pete and is team make.

All of Pete’s sauces are good value for money, and at £4.00 a bottle this one is well worth adding to you collection.

Flavour
(8/10)
Heat
(9/10)
Packaging
(6.5/10)
Value
(8/10)
Overall
(8.5/10)

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