This set includes 3 of our best specialty sauces. The 1542 Southwestern Habanero Hot Sauce (feat. Chocolate Habanero Peppers,) our 1841 Pear & Apple Ghopst Pepper Sauce and our continuos best-selling 1498 Trinidad Scorpion Sauce. All of these sauces are landscaped with unique and versatile flavors while packing a bold and satisfying heat!
Posted by Jim on 29th Sep 2014
Each time I order these they are always great, Spicy but very good. Packed well and very fast shipment.
Posted by Mike Sturm on 27th Mar 2014
I love these sauces they are perfect on any food we put them on pizza, cheese, crackers, steak, shrimp,cheese its Hell we put them on just about everything we eat
Posted by Unknown on 26th Mar 2014
The Ghost and Scorpion sauce go great with hummus and most foods. Great flavor and heat.
The Southwest sauce is wonderful! I end up using a third of a bottle on one dish, wish they had this is gallons.
Posted by Tim on 10th Mar 2014
extremely fast and carefully packed shipment, good quality sauces, my second order
Posted by Moffatt on 10th Mar 2014
Hate to be without it. Stocked up on this deal.
Posted by michelle on 9th Mar 2014
the rustic taste of the habanero is perfect with breakfast burritos, the sweetness from the pear in the ghost pepper sauce is soo sweet and delicious with chicken and fish and the fiery goodness of the trinidad hot sauce is great with steak or just anything you want to put it on
Posted by enrique mendoza on 9th Dec 2013
they are all great tasting hot sauces the ghost pepper and the chocolate hot sauces arent really hot bet they have great flavor now the trinidad scorpion hot sauce is pretty hot but it also has great flavor
Posted by Will on 22nd Nov 2013
Good heat and fantastic flavor is what this set is all about. It definitely delivers on both counts.
Posted by MB on 10th Dec 2012
Just replenishing my stock. I can't do without this stuff!!!
Posted by UtahDC on 28th Nov 2012
My favorite is the ghost pepper. Great on burgers. Scorpion is not too hot(for me)that you can't enjoy the flavor. The Chocolate Habanero wasn't as chocolaty as I was hoping. You need a lot to get the flavor. So I have gone through that bottle quickly. Definitely the best sauces I've ever had. I am addicted.
Posted by Philly D on 1st Nov 2012
This is one heck of a three pack! The hottest of the 3, 1498, is pretty dang hot and is made from Trinidad Scorpion peppers. The sauce tastes almost smoky with a deeper more involved burn. Still a bit too hot for me (I know I'm a wuss lol). There is a hotter version of the sauce called the 'cauterizer' which doesn't come in this pack.
Next is the Ghost Chili based 1841. The burn on this is very clean and fades quickly. The taste keeps me coming back for more until I find myself sweating with eyes wide open. Then the burn fades and I go for more!
Finally is the 1542 made from Habanero peppers. This one is PACKED with flavor. I definitely prefer this to the others but I like to slather on the sauce and the other are a bit too hot for me to do that. Notes of garlic mixed with the sweetness and heat of the peppers balances perfectly.
If you want to get a good feel for this man's talents of taking something SUPER hot and turning into something with just as much flavor this is the pack for you!
Posted by Todd on 27th Oct 2012
I keep coming back to these three sauces (especially 1498)no matter how many others I try or make myself. Flavorful, hot enough unless you want the burn to pvertake the flavor - then move to cauterizer version. You're missing out on some of the best stuff available if you don't try these!
Posted by Dean on 4th Aug 2012
This is a great combo pack. I have to admitt that I am addicted to Heartbreak Dawns hot sauces.....These go great on everything!
Posted by Don on 30th Jul 2012
Prior to trying your superhot sauces, the only one I had tried was Insanity Sauce from Dave's Gourmet, which was fearsomely hot but had no flavor. A single drop in a 162-mL glass of Clamato juice nearly blew my head off. I just tested your 1542 Chocolate Habanero sauce (before trying the hotter ones) the same way, also with one drop initially, but couldn't detect any heat at all, so I added a teaspoon of it. This time it had great flavor with a gentle touch of heat. I'm looking forward to working my way up through the others to your 1498 Cauterizer.