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Old 03-02-2015, 05:32 AM   #1
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seen Louisiana Habanero sauce locally?



I used this hot sauce in Japan since it cost 100yen (~$1.00) and is decently palatable. Certainly hotter than all the basic hot sauces out there.

Unfortunately all I can find here is Louisiana Original (the mild cayenne version). Online the cheapest I found is $12 a bottle shipped.

Anybody seen it locally? Sad that an American made sauce was easier (and cheaper!) to find in Japan lol...
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FYI contacted the distributor and was told this is available at Choices Market.
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cant wait to try making some hot wings with this
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Grace brand Scotch Bonnet hot sauce is pretty good too if you wanted something a little different. I get that at superstore.
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Grace brand Scotch Bonnet hot sauce is pretty good too if you wanted something a little different. I get that at superstore.
Spicy?

Been using this lately, not among the best in terms of flavor, but definitely one of the spiciest on this planet.

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One drop does it LOL!!!!
They put that on all their products and it's so untrue haha. Even with the Habanero version I use 4-10 drops on a plate of pasta.

Personally I don't like hot sauces altering the flavour of my food, I just enjoy the heat. Lousiana Habanero has little flavour besides vinegar and heat, so it goes great on anything that already has it's own balanced flavour but could use a tart contrast.
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Spicy?

Been using this lately, not among the best in terms of flavor, but definitely one of the spiciest on this planet.

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If you want something thats similar heat, but a little better/sweeter flavour, the blairs after death with liquid fire is my favourite.
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I can eat habenero/scotch bonnet on a daily basis in terms of spice and flavor
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Picked up two bottles of Lousiana Habanero at Choices in New West, they have one left (maybe more stock in back). Priced $2.39 each.

Tasting it again I'm reminded that I enjoy the heat and not the flavour. Spicier than Sriracha/Tobasco, but milder than most of the real hot sauces out there. Heavy on the salt and vinegar, and adds a pungent aroma that ruins the smell of your food.

Still, it's a decent hot sauce, doesn't alter the flavour of your food too much while adding lots of heat, and it's much cheaper than other competitors.
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Where do you buy your Habanero and Scotch Bonnet? Fresh or Dried?
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I get mine dried from Fresh is best salsa co on broadway, or sometimes from apple farm market fresh, but only in summer. Also I always have a jar of pickled habaneros at home from safeway lying around. I also have a scorpion pepper plant growing at home.
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this is my go-to habanero sauce. awesome flavor and the perfect kick of heat (might be a little too much for some people lol)


I put this shit on everything lol

only available at Trader Joes down in the states so next time your down there grab one and tell me what you think

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Santa Barbara on the Drive stocks them

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The bulk section at Save On should have 1.5ltr bottles of it
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The bulk section at Save On should have 1.5ltr bottles of it
If its 1.5L I'm quite sure it's the Louisiana Original, no tHabanero. Thanks though.
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