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Dave's Gourmet Sauce, Hurtin' Habanero, 5 Ounce

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  • Water, red Chile puree (red peppers, salt, acetic acid), onions, habanero pepper puree


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Product Description

Flavor: Hurtin' Habanero | Size: 5 Ounce

Winner national scovie and food distribution magazine awards. One of our most popular hot sauces. Its delicious flavor combines habanero chilies with onions, lime juice, garlic and spices, (habanero peppers, salt, citric acid), white wine vinegar, garlic, spices, salt, citric acid, acetic acid, xanthan gum, and Chile powder.

Product Details

Flavor: Hurtin' Habanero | Size: 5 Ounce
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 6.7 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B0000DID5V
  • UPC: 753469000165
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (711 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,915 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Ingredients
Water, red chile puree (red peppers, salt, acetic acid), onions, habanero puree (habanero peppers, salt, citric acid), white wine vinegar, garlic, spices, salt and xanthan gum.

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1,319 of 1,341 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin Chodroff on December 14, 2009
Flavor Name: Pepper JolokiaSize: 5 Ounce
I purchased a burrito from a small shop a few blocks from home. I was unimpressed with their habanero "hot" salsa. Eager to kick it up a notch, I reached for a bottle of what I later found to be Dave's Gourmet Ghost Pepper Jolokia Hot Sauce. I unscrewed the top and went to put a dab on. I quickly realized that there was no flow regulation but not before a large pool of the magma colored liquid dripped into my lunch. I decided to dab my finger in it and see what I was dealing with. It was formidable, sweet and flavorful with a long heat. I thought I could take the heat.

I demolished the burrito, hot sauce and all, and shrugged off the pain. Every bite was saturated with the taste of a thousand tortured souls but the guacamole still tasted great. I wiped my tingling lips and while downing a glass of water I looked at the bottle. It claimed a heat rating of "Insanity++." I headed home thinking surely the worst must be over. I've ate plenty of hot food and my stomach is battle tested. I was wrong.

I walked no more than a block before I started to feel odd. It was in the forties in Cleveland but I could feel the sweat forming on my brow. I walked another block and I could literally feel the burning sensation outlining my stomach. My breaths were noticeably faster and shorter. People on the street looked at me weird. I figured it would go away by the time I got home but I decided to pick up the pace. By the time my apartment was in sight I was experiencing tunnel vision and it felt like a live agitated weasel had been placed inside me. I knew what I had to do. After flushing my lunch, a tablespoon of this sauce, half a gallon of milk, and my ego down the drain, I can honestly say I am just happy to be alive. This sauce is not for mortals.
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252 of 275 people found the following review helpful By W. Andrews on December 25, 2010
Flavor Name: Pepper JolokiaSize: 5 Ounce
A few hours ago, I put a dime sized dab of this sauce on a corn chip and scarfed it down. Initially, it was hot but certainly no hotter than other sauces I've had. I quickly followed up with another dime sized dab on a chip. Shortly thereafter, it began to feel as if my tongue was being electrocuted. My eyes began to sting and my lips went numb. The ecstasy brought about by eating spicy food poured up out of my mouth and into my head. I laid down and the dog started to act very worried. While prostrate, I focused on the pain and stared into the darkness of my own eyelids. Every little thing becomes significant when the mind is seeking relief from pain. I do not know what will happen when this stuff makes its way through my digestive tract. I'll be eating more soon.
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177 of 201 people found the following review helpful By Budgie on October 4, 2011
Flavor Name: Pepper JolokiaSize: 5 Ounce
I've been experimenting with ways to give my guacamole an extra kick. After receiving this industrial solvent in the mail, I called some buddies over for burritos, beer and baseball.

Cut to fifteen minutes later: four men are sitting around, watching baseball and drinking beer as it dawns on them that there is an angry dragon writhing about in each of their stomachs. The dragons breathe white hot fire that scorches their mouths and ravages their tongues. Ever men, they remain erect and try to soothe the dragon's temper with gifts of alcohol. Quickly, though, the supply dwindles and furtive glances dart around the room. Who will break first? As sweat drips down their foreheads and stings their eyes, they try to think about baseball...think about baseball...think about baseball...and then one makes a break for it! In an instant there is a stampede for the kitchen. They fling open the refrigerator and, snorting like wild bulls, rip open another case and chug like Dionysus reborn--but to no avail.

This alcohol is fueling the fire and not dousing it. With choked and gasping breath one whispers "milk". Upending the kitchen they can find none of the sweet elixir. With tears streaming down their faces they tear outside, but in the rush of flailing limbs they fall into a heap on the pavement. "Oh no" they say, realizing the horrible truth. In their haste to quench this insatiable heat they made a fatal mistake: they are way too drunk to drive. Rising from the ground, they take off on foot for the nearest corner store. Soon, none can bear to breathe through their mouths; the dragon's flames lick at their lips unbearably. As they breathe heavily through their noses, their sinuses are soon aflame from the intense heat and begin their own form of self defense.
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67 of 82 people found the following review helpful By That Guy from Seattle on July 22, 2011
Flavor Name: Pepper JolokiaSize: 5 Ounce Verified Purchase
Yep, it's insane alright.

Having tried Dave's Original Insanity and hearing all the campfire stories of the dreaded ghost pepper I decided to embark on a mystical journey and ordered a bottle of this.

The bottle was unassuming enough when it arrived. Standard shape, somewhat mundane label, but it contained a substance that had a curiously bright crimson and orange color. Once opened it had a spicy smell, not unlike Tobasco although thankfully without the overwhelmingly foul essence of vinegar.

Well, time for a taste. I got a good thick coat of the bright substance on my index finger and took the plunge. It had a pretty nice tangy flavor... That is it had a nice flavor for about 1500 milliseconds before Oppenheimer hit the red button and, "I am become heat, the destroyer of digestive tracts."

The heat hit me like a runaway freight train hitting a house of cards. No, make that a run away freight train with several JATOs attached to the rear propelling it somewhere above the upper class neighborhood of mach 2. I doubled over and let out a raspy gasp, my face flushed to a hue not unlike the sauce itself, my eyes became a water park. My aural senses became dull like I was at the bottom of a swimming pool.

I heard a knock at the door and stumbled towards it with blurred vision. It was a county sheriff at the door and he was there to serve me. My own tongue, esophagus, uvula, stomach, and intestinal tract had somehow just filed a class action lawsuit against me. I reeled backwards and fell onto the couch and tried to focus my bleary eyes on a small fuzzy object on the floor. It was my cat, standing quietly and observing my plight.
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