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Heartbreaking Dawns focuses on both Flavor and Fire to bring you 1841, the year Reverend Miles Bronson arrived amongst the Naga people, ending the widespread practice of headhunting. This handcrafted hot sauce features the infamous Ghost Chile Pepper. This "superhot," also know as the Bhut Jolokia, comes alive amidst a blend of all-natural Pear and Apple. While this sauce brings a significant amount of heat we managed to create a blend that allows the subtle and sweet fruitiness of the Pears and Apples to tingle your tongue before that onset of true Jolokia Burn!
Named Best Hot Sauce of 2011 by Scott Roberts. www.scottrobertsweb.com
Ingredients: Pear, Applesauce, Cider Vinegar, Bhut jolokia (Ghost Pepper), Water, Onion, Carrot, Lime Juice, Sugar, Sea Salt, Garlic, White Pepper
Heat Index: 7/10
Posted by SW on 9th Aug 2012
This has become my absolute favourite hot sauce — awesome on pizza, greens and beans, chili, chicken, burgers ... you get the idea. You get the kick without (a) your sinuses exploding or (b) sacrificing complex, multilayered flavour. Another nice feature is that the consistency lands between Sriracha and Texas Pete's, a happy medium in that regard.
Posted by Dean Swiatek on 20th May 2012
When I first tried 1841, it was a capfull, and it was pretty tasty. At first, you taste the sweet fruity flavor, and after a second or two the heat and vinegar flavor begins to kick in. The heat builds slow and steady, and does not overpower you on the first bite. And it's the same on food.
The tricky part to this sauce is because it's so sweet, you have to find the right kind of food. It doesn't work great with Mexican cuisine (the 1542, 1498, and Cauterizer are all solid choices for that). So then I tried on some pork chops, and that was good. Then I used some as a dipping sauce on some hot wings. The sweetness of the sauce really added a lot of flavor to the wings. It's obvious that this sauce is made to go with meat, and especially chicken.
This is hotter than a habanero sauce, but not so hot that us hardcore chileheads have to use it sparingly either, which is a good thing since the great flavor screams to be used heavily.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Feb 2012
I have been looking for hotter and hotter sauces but ones that keep flavor with the heat. There are many sauces that have heat but not all have flavor to match. Recenctly found this sauce and even though it is sweeter than what my personal tastes are it still is the best sauce that I've had in awhile. Still a wonderful sauce with excellent heat.
Posted by beers on 27th Jan 2012
This product is magnificent, and goes well on anything. It's a terrific addition to sandwiches. The heat and flavor profile are extremely well balanced, and the included ingredients compliment the jolokia taste well.
Posted by Keith on 24th Jan 2012
Ghost pepper sauces are generally my favorite. While this isn't the hottest one I've had it is probably by far the best tasting. Love it!
Posted by David on 5th Aug 2011
This hot sauce is wonderful.
The balance between heat and taste is perfect. The heat is there, but you can taste all the ingredients. I love the sweetness of this sauce too.
This is the best hot sauce I've tasted yet.
Posted by Nicholas Chisholm on 15th Jul 2011
I am not usually one for hot foods, and originally had purchased this sauce for a friend at the farmers market , but was pleasantly surprised when I finally tried this.
While still a very hot sauce it is surprisingly flavorful, and does not kill the flavor of the food it is applied to.
All in all a delicious choice that I will get again