The Wiltshire Chilli Farm – Fatalii Sauce

by Thelurch on April 17, 2012 · 1 comment

in Product Reviews

Simply named Fatalii, this sauce reminds of those TV adverts for varnish “It does exactly what it says on the tin”, or bottle in this case!

The Wiltshire Chilli Farm Fatalii Sauce

The Wiltshire Chilli Farm Fatalii Sauce

I have a fond spot for Fatalii as a Chilli, having been the first pepper I ever grew and having such a recognisable flavour of citrus and decent heat, it has everything a chillihead would want from a chilli.

With such great attributes already, the best thing to do with this Chilli is to keep things simple when making sauce out of it, and that’s exactly what Jamie at the Wiltshire Chilli Farm has done. This sauce is a sweet sauce which is again the best way to show off this Chilli in my opinion (did I say how much I love this chilli?)

Anyway the Fatalii’s label is in the same vein as the rest of the range from Jamie, there is a picture of a fatalii above the name just in case you are under any illusion which chilli is used here! Viewing the sauce through the bottle I can see that it is quite translucent and a semi smooth consistency, not lumpy but also not completely smooth. It is a lovely bright yellow colour, no artificial colours used here, just the natural colour of a fantastic chilli (did I mention I like this chilli?)

Ingredients: Sugar, Fatalii Chilli 30%, Cider Vinegar, Lemon, Spices, Salt.

Bottle kindly supplied by The Wiltshire Chilli Farm

There are also dark flecks running through the sauce which are black pepper,they add an extra element to the visual impact of the liquid.

Opening the bottle immediately releases the citrusy and distinctive aroma of the fatalii boosted by a little lemon juice. The label suggests 30% chilli content which gives me some idea how hot this is going to be, the label says “pretty darn hot” and it doesn’t disappoint! As I have stated, this is a sweet chilli sauce, sugar being first on the ingredients list and you get an immediate sweetness on the tongue followed by an intense burn which affects all areas of the mouth and throat.

My favourite use for this sauce is on egg mayonnaise wraps, not sure why it works but it does.

This is a beautiful sauce made from a beautiful chilli and comes highly recommended, the bottle is smaller than normal at 100ml but you don’t need much at a time and is priced at £3.75 or £10 for any 3. This sauce is made in limited runs and a new batch of 200 bottles should be available from their website by the time this is published.


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