Naga Jolokia Hot Sauce Review
Naga Jolokia Hot Sauce – This is a beautiful sauce, from the deep orange color to the aromatic scent, all the way to the balance of ingredients. The sauce pours like lava, with a kick that resembles the stuff too. The great thing, though, is that Naga Jolokia Hot Sauce makes full use of the world’s hottest pepper without sacrificing taste. It’s reminiscent of Dave’s Ghost Pepper sauce, but with another layer of flavor that gives this sauce a special place in my heart. In fact, this is one of the best uses of the Naga Jolokia Hot Sauce that I’ve ever tasted. There’s a killer bite that leaves the lips numb, but an absolutely beautiful flavor that teases the taste buds.
Naga Jolokia Hot Sauce is a hand crafted work of culinary art. In addition to the potent nago jolokia, there’s carrots, papaya, lime juice, passion fruit, onions, garlic, salt, and a little bit of vinegar to help balance it out. The ingredients are sliced and diced and left to move around inside the sauce as it pours. There’s seeds and pepper skins throughout, bringing a cling factor to the sauce that fuses it with the food you bring it to.
While this sauce needs to be used with caution, it doesn’t need to be limited to cooking applications. Any dipping sauce you can imagine applying Naga Jolokia Hot Sauce to is fair game. I took a big block of white Mexican cheese and melted it down with some butter and heavy cream, then splashed a healthy dose of this sauce in for good measure. I used tortilla chips and enjoyed every drop of the dip.
Can you eat this straight from the bottle, without some other food to dilute it? Sure, but like I said, you will feel the burn. Let’s don’t forget the peppers used here. I’m just saying that the potency of the naga jolokias are so balanced within the scope of this sauce that the other ingredients come through, delivering a sweet undercurrent that makes it a joy to eat.
If you like extreme heat with divine gourmet taste, grab a bottle or two of Naga Jolokia Hot Sauce. This sauce truly is one of the sauces that all others should aspire to be like.
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