Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Sauce Review
Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce – This sauce has a lot going for it right out of the gate. First, there’s the naga jolokia pepper that gives it insane heat. One little bead of this sauce on the tip of your finger will have your lips and mouth burning like a match in dry brush. To augment that heat, there’s also the African peri-peri pepper, some fresh habanero, and chili extract. Are you starting to get the picture? This is a mouth blister waiting to happen, so be careful when you use it.
Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce lulls you into a sense of peace when you open it and take a whiff. The fruity fragrance leads you to believe that you’re in the company of a mild sauce. It’s a ghost pepper sauce, so you should know better, but there’s that sweet and fruity fragrance.
The fruity fragrance isn’t entirely off the mark. The first thing you get when you taste this sauce is a sweet note. That can be attributed to the evaporated cane juice. The sweetness is quickly overcome by the fire, but the sweet never truly disappears. It’s that sweet flavor in conjunction with the explosive pepper combination that makes this sauce so attractive. There’s some garlic, spices, and onion in here too, but those ingredients get lost between the heat and the sweet.
Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce makes a perfect additive to any kind of cheese sauce. It adds a healthy, flavorful kick to pizza too. Add it to cocktail sauce for a great shrimp complement, a bowl of chili, gumbo, or to any barbecue sauce. The flavor of Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce comes through regardless of the way you use it, and the heat never gets lost.
If you truly love heat, this is an excellent sauce to paint onto a good steak before you throw it on the grill. Make it a thin coating. The fire will cook the 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce onto the meat for a killer kick that you’ll feel in every bite. The flavor of the peppers and the sweet of the cane juice come through as well, delivering a savory grilled steak that you’ll enjoy. Be cautious and use this sauce wisely for a culinary treat you’ll want to experience again and again.
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