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Blairs Sudden Death Hot Sauce with Ginseng, 5 fl oz

by Blair's

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  • A perfect compliment to almost any dish
  • A wonderful hot sauce with great flavor
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Blairs Sudden Death Hot Sauce with Ginseng, 5 fl oz + Blair's Mega Death Hot Sauce with Liquid Fury and Skull Key Chain, 5 Ounce + Blair's Ultra Death Sauce
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Blended from habanero pods, cayenne, pepper resin, clover honey. Bottle has skull key ring attached.

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  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0000DG56C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,879 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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It still maintains the Original Death flavor.
Dean Swiatek
If you use more, you'd probably have difficulty remembering what soup it was you were having.
Amalgam
Maybe useful for pranks or college students but not for people who love spicy foods.
j

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Harry on July 10, 2004
I find the best way to rate hot sauces on heat is to compare them to other sauces. This is just slightly hotter than Dave's Insanity Sauce, but slightly less heat than Mad Dog Inferno. It is way hotter than any tobaso product. If tobaso is the only hot sauce you have eaten, I would suggest eating something more mild than Blair's. Sudden Death will give a good burn to just about anyone but the most serious chili heads.
What I like about this sauce the most is the flavor. It is very good. Unlike some of the extract sauces which lack flavor, I found this one to taste very good. And it has the heat kick that many of the better tasting sauces do not have.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pam on December 30, 2009
I was warned on this one... a drop will do for an entire dish- I don't find that to be quite true, 4 makes a nice healthy spice and doesn't bring any tears and I find it to be quite flavorful, not sure what this other person was talking about... this is for real chili-heads, so if you just like a touch of spice then it's not for you. Interestingly, I don't find it to be a lasting heat, it's there and then it's gone...
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After having tried Blair's Original first (which I found too nice) followed by After Death (which was some pretty serious stuff) I went for Sudden Death, out of curiosity based on the particular ingredients.
In terms of hotness I can say that it's not to be taken lightly, it has a very concentrated hotness, and just one drop in a big bowl of chicken soup will not go by unnoticed, no sir! If you use more, you'd probably have difficulty remembering what soup it was you were having. Having said that, chicken soup is a good combination with Sudden Death.
Unfortunately it is the taste of this sauce that makes it difficult to use it with a lot else. This is due to the very particular aspect of the ingredients, notably the Siberian ginseng and the various spices. They create a pretty distinctive oriental flavour, which I found to be somewhat 'medicinal' tasting, not particulary pleasant. I would also sometimes put a drop in a small cup of of tomato ketchup to go with nachos, but I wouldn't nearly enjoy it as much as having it with Blair's After Death, which has a much more accessible flavour. I'm not going on further about that sauce, but regarding my bottle of Sudden Death I can say that it lasted very long in my fridge, nearly for a year, until it reached the bottom. Its hotness demands respect and very moderate use. It is quite okay to put a drop or two on a big portion of noodles and stir fried veg and chicken, but after having finished this bottle of Sudden Death I really don't feel inclined to buy it again. In terms of hotness it delivers hands down, but be warned: It is an acquired taste that may not appeal to everyone. I give it two stars anyway because it is certainly an interesting sauce.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dean Swiatek on April 15, 2012
The first time I tried this sauce, I thought it was Blair's After Death, but only hotter. For those not familiar with Blair's After Death, it's basically Blair's Original Death with a small amount of extra for extra heat but does not taste like an extract sauce. It still maintains the Original Death flavor.

However, after using this sauce on more items, I learned it really wasn't a hotter version of After Death. The ginseng flavor comes through strongly when enough is used. It's still very good on a burger mixed with ketchup, good mixed with BBQ sauce on chicken or anything that uses soy sauce really, and passable on rice, but if you use enough, the chemically Ginseng flavor can wreck some dishes too.

I would recommend this for those who would only use a drop or two at a time. In that case, this is still a very good sauce. But for those who use a good amount, I would suggest Blair's After Death or even the hotter Mega Death instead.
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By j on August 9, 2009
You have to use so little of it there is almost no discernible flavor. Maybe useful for pranks or college students but not for people who love spicy foods.
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