The General's Hot Sauce
"Not for the faint of heart, this sauce was a special request from our beloved heat freak fans. Made with 86% American-grown orange habaneros, you'll get a unique punch of deep, powerful, sustained heat that is offset by a citrusy aroma and taste. It checks in (1-10) around an 8-9, according to most folks. So as not to distract from that sweet-heat combination, we add a touch less salt so that the true flavor of the habanero pepper really pops in the sauce"
"HOOAH Jalapeño is carefully blended from precisely aged, American-grown peppers. HOOAH Jalapeño carries a milder heat profile, and is a versatile flavor that can be used anywhere. We love it on tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and (our favorite) scrambled eggs. If you want rich pepper flavor with just a casual hint of heat, you found the right product."
"Danger Close is a magical blend of red cayenne and orange habanero peppers. We think it's the perfect sauce for making buffalo wings--it packs a strong cayenne flavor, but also brings a solid backdoor kicker of habanero heat. More heat than our flagship, Dead Red, but it won't melt your brain like a heavy dose of Shock & Awe."
"Made from American-grown red cayenne peppers hand-picked at exactly that right time, and then salted down and aged until the mash is perfect for conversion and bottling. An all-natural product that is 86% cayenne peppers, this sauce packs a truly authentic, aged cayenne flavor that will be very different when compared to other sauces that typically have more vinegar. Depending upon each growing season's weather patterns, heat (1-10) will range between 5-6."
"We discovered that green cayenne peppers picked just before they turn red can bring a truly unique, tangy, earthy flavor. Much of the harvesting of the green peppers happens at the end of a growing season when these somewhat stubborn peppers just decide to stay green. Very popular at the breakfast table, the perfect balance of flavor and heat, still brings a solid heat (1-10) of 4-5, some vintages run a touch hotter during hot, dry summers."