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Inner Beauty Hot Hot Sauce

Inner Beauty Hot Hot Sauce
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15 review comments

  1. ueersz
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  2. ueersz
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  3. ueersz
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  4. Name not provided

    One of the freshest tasting sauces I’ve had in a long time

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  5. Todd

    My friend has been telling me about this for a couple of years. He finaly got some for me to try. Outstanding! I’m now having trouble finding it.
    It is worth trying….you will enjoy!

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  6. frank

    i need more.
    when will it be in stock

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  7. Name not provided

    truly one of the best breakfast sauce on the planet!!!….try it on chili verde over polenta to cure a hangover… In reference to the quote below of “…uses scotch bonnets not whimpy habaneros….” please note: According to Seminis Vegetable, the dried Caribbean Red Habanero chile was tested at 445,600 Scoville Units which would make it twice as hot as an orange habanero and slightly less than the world record holding Red Savina Habanero (577,000)….that is somewhere between 98 octane petrol and tri nitro toluene….

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  8. DeadtoHeat

    A friend of mine, also an hot sauce fiend, holds this sauce as his favorite, despite the lack of heat. This sauce is a spectacular condiment for meats, especially pork or pot-roast. However, you could chug the whole bottle and wash it down with piping-hot ginger ale, not flinching once. I haven’t tried the “Real Hot” version, perhaps it is hotter

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  9. all 3 Thompsons, NJ, USA

    This used to be the best hot sauce on the planet for scrambled eggs–slightly fruity, but not too sweet, and not so hot you can’t taste anything–until the manufacturers dropped acid or something and completely changed the recipe, while still calling it their “original” sauce–even though it now tastes nothing like the original sauce did. It’s much hotter, and all you can taste is too much mustard, which completely ovewhelms the tangy, fruity taste it had before, when it was a red sauce that contained no mustard at all. Now it’s suddenly yellow–go figure!

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  10. SGT Fon

    one of the best all around hot sauces i have found! i carry it in the field with me to spice up MRE’s, was a big hit with other troops.

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  11. Chris Zizzo

    This sauce is hot OK, but it is not Inner Beauty’s hottest. That one is called Inner Beauty Real Hot Sauce and has a similar label, but with a different cartoon face.

    Both have an intriguing flavor and provide the basis for my famous “Wings of Terror” baste. However, the “Real” Hot Sauce is significantly hotter.

    For my wing sauce recipe, write me at: busyboy@optonline.net . It’s freeware. Be serious about heat, or be gone!!!

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  12. Clyde

    It is all about the taste. This is my all time favorite after trying hundreds of other hot sauces.

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  13. Straightnochaser

    One of my favorites. Designed with flavors very complimentary to pork, seafood, and chicken. Excellent blend of flavors including mango, mustard, brown sugar, garam masala, vinegar, chili powder, and Scotch Bonnet peppers. In fact, I make my own using exactly those ingredients.

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  14. Doug in Raleigh

    Sorry, Firegirl, but Inner Beauty uses Scotch Bonnet Peppers no wimpy Haba?eros here! The Inner Beauty taste has that zingy taste of the Islands, mon! Great on grilled pork chops or chicken. I apply it as a baste during the last few minutes or use out of the bottle as a dipping sauce for pork or chicken fresh of the Barbee 8-)

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  15. Barry Wheeler

    Great for those who can’t handle Inner Beauty Real Hot Sauce. Perfect starter sauce for kids.

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