Chilliqueen – Scotch Bonnet Brown Sauce

by Hot Juan on November 12, 2011 · 0 comments

in Product Reviews

Chilliqueen's Scotch Bonnet Brown Sauce

Chilliqueen's Scotch Bonnet Brown Sauce

Chilliqueen produce a large range of chilli inspired products, they tend to be on the mild but tasty side of the chilli market, their use of chillies is to enhance the flavour of the other ingredients. If you removed the chilli you would still have a basically very good product.

This sauce is a nice dark brown colour, it has a slightly thinner in consistency that HP brown sauce which is a lot sweeter (not always a good point, even if they have changed the recipe to lower the sugar content) this sauce also contains a few pieces of tomato and other ingredients floating in the mix.

The taste is initially strongly from the vinegar, then the molasses and tomatoes, garlic and lime. There is a nice warmth from the Scotch Bonnet chillies, enough to make this a very pleasant without obscuring the other flavours.

Ingredients: Tomatoes, Water, Sugar, Molasses, Sprit Vinegar, Spring Onions, Cornflour, Salt, Concentrated Lime Juice, Garlic Puree, Scotch Bonnet Chilli (0.4%), Thyme, Allspice.

Bottle kindly provided by Chilliqueen

This is one very good quality product, goes great with a nice leisurely full English breakfast on a Sunday morning. or even just a bacon sandwich if you are in a rush.

Do have a look at their web site www.chilliqueen.co.uk they have a very impressive range and with this one at only £3.50 for a  260g bottle they offers good value for money. I must admit this won’t last long here at ChileFoundry HQ, its balance between heat and flavour is just about perfect.

If you have any special dietary requirments then this is also suitable Vegetarians, Vegans and Coeliacs.

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

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