South Devon Chilli Farm – Aji Chilli Sauce

by Hot Juan on May 20, 2011 · 0 comments

in Product Reviews

South Devon Chilli Farm - Aji Chilli Sauce

South Devon Chilli Farm - Aji Chilli Sauce

This sauce is part of the South Devon Chilli Farm’s single variety chilli sauce, there range of these also includes Habanero, Jalapeno and Serrano. The recipe for each is the same giving us the chance to understand the flavours of the chilli.

The Aji chilli used here is rated at between 4,000 and 5,000 Scovile Units making this a little hotter than their Jalapeno Sauce, but as good way below the 150,000 to 200,000 Scovile Units of the Habanero version.

On opening the bottle, there is a that unmistakeable smell of the Cider Vinegar and lemon Juice, the sauce is a none thickened, similar to the consistency of Tabasco sauce.

The Aji Chilli used here is described as having a lemony flavour and the flavour of the sauce has a definite lemon twang to it, with a salty finish the heat level from the chillies is quite mild, but the more I taste it the better the flavour becomes

Ingredients: Fresh Aji Chillies (60%), Cider Vinegar, Lemon Juice, Salt.

Bottle kindly provided by the South Devon Chilli Farm

This sauce would make the ideal base for a great salad dressing, or mixed with some mayo for a dip, but it is best when sampled with it siblings.

South Devon Chilli Farm - Hot Six

South Devon Chilli Farm - Hot Six

The sauce comes in a 100ml bottle, and at £3.40 a bottle the range is an interesting way to try the flavours of the chillies, they have a great looking six pack of their sauces that include the other single variety sauces as well as the very hot Bhut Jolokia sauce and my favourite just simply called ‘15‘.

You can order this on-line or check for a local stockists . They have 500+ in the UK so you should be able to find one near you.


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