If you can get that in most Melbourne restaurants though, you're fucking better off than the Vietnamese ones serving phos with sriracha.
Not that i go to Mexican restaurants in this piece of shit city. $5 minimum is way too much for one fucking taco. I make them myself.
Theres a guy who has a small hot sauce company (as in himself) in my area called Dadman Hot sauce.
The single best habanero hot sauce ive ever had.
This really crisp chili flavor and moderate heat.
>just ordered a bottle for the first time in over a year
>no more fancy sploosh sploosh spout
Honestly though I'm not too big on sauces and just use ground cayenne pepper when I want to spice things up.
This one is damn good, it's not only hot but it also packs a ton of good flavor.
This one is super hot, be careful it'll burn your socks off!
What can I say, I actually like hot sauce that is picante
this stuff actually tastes really good it's just not possible to consume it normally. any good cayenne based hot sauces?
Hate all you want, but this is objectively the best sauce ever created
perri perri, franks red-hot, cheech brand mango, el yucateco verde
Daves insanity Bhut Jalokia, Skyline, el yucateco any other flavor
>beyond shit tier
Any Tabasco at all
Pain chart as pic related, bullet ant bites are right on the top of the list.
Not actual hot sauce but for a spicy sauce this stuff is really good.
We have it in Costa Rica, don't know if anywhere else.
But it's quite sweet and fruity and has a nice bit of heat, great with rotisserie chicken.
Normally don't even like bottled sauces
I did for a while it's fun. Especially once you get a nice collection built up and have a whole shitload to pick from when you're making a sandwich or want to add some to soup or w/e.
They do lose flavor over time and some turn odd colors and look gross so if you won't be using them regularly don't bother, I'm just giving you fair warning.
Tapatio for breakfast food
Franks or cholula for anything else
Are we done now?
>hot sauce threads
pick one, this is something that neckbeards dump on their bachelor slop because they never learned to give flavor to their food through the standard methods. it's for passportless trailer trash who have only ever gotten their food from walmart and aldi's. inb4 hurr can't handle the heat, it's too bad your mouth is too broken to appreciate the flavors of traditional oaxacan cuisine where they actually know how to use chiles, rather than ruining them in a vinegar bottle, tips fedora.
Any of you fuck nuggets had this?
I got it in Hawaii last time I went there (about a month ago for 30 odd hours) and its pretty good.
Kind of sweet but with a good kick also. Kind of a mix between an asian style sauce and habenero hot sauce.
Oh my fuck forget the picture.
Between pic related and Sriracha.
>go to farmer market
>hot sauce stand
>"I'd like a bottle of your hottest sauce please"
>"We don't just sell that to people; you need to work your way up for that"
>have to taste test the rest of their weak-ass sauce
>After ten minutes I finally get to pay for their hottest bottle
>has ghost peppers in it but still retains a distinctive, smokey flavor
>it was actually worth it