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  • Tabasco Scorpion Hot Sauce (5 Ounce)
  • Tabasco Scorpion Hot Sauce (5 Ounce)

TABASCO

Tabasco Scorpion Hot Sauce (5 Ounce)

TABASCO

Tabasco Scorpion Hot Sauce (5 Ounce)

HK$ 628.00 HK$ 377.00 Save: (39.97%)
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Product Description Product Description
  • Hottest Pepper Sauce produced by TABASCO. While typical red peppers used to make TABASCO brand Pepper Sauce falls around 50,000 Scoville Units, one scorpion pepper can pack a potent punch of roughly 2 million.
  • Culled from the flames of flavor, this fiery sauce features a dynamic mix of scorpion peppers, guava, and pineapple all blended with a splash of TABASCO sauce.
  • While typical red peppers used to make Original Red sauce fall between 2,500 to 5,000 Scoville Units, one scorpion pepper can pack a potent punch of roughly 2 million.
  • 20 Times hotter than Original Red TABASCO Hot Sauce
  • Tangy Sauce with touch of sweetness.
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this Tabasco packs a punchI love hot sauce. I love Tabasco sauce. To me, regular Tabasco sauce is a staple - I probably go through at least a gallon a year. Regular Tabasco sauce is not very hot to me, but it goes on most food that I feel like needs enhancement. That being said, Tabasco Scorpion sauce is quite hot. If you are not careful, too much might make you regret it. Now, I love Scorpion peppers. I have grown Scorpion peppers, cooked with Scorpion peppers, I love the flavor and I have a healthy respect for their heat. While Tabasco Scorpion is not as hot as true/pure Scorpion peppers, I think that they have done a great job capturing the flavor profile essence of the pepper. Now, one thing that I am not a fan of with the hotter Tabasco sauces, is that Tabasco tends to think that they need to add fruit to their hotter sauces - like Tabasco Habanero sauce, Tabasco Scorpion has a fruity flavor profile, although not as prominent as the Habanero sauce. That being said, the sweeter/fruit undertones of the Scorpion sauce seem to have been better executed - not as noticeable, and after getting over my disappointment of their being a fruit component to this Tabasco sauce, I actually quite enjoy it.Overall, this is a great Tabasco sauce that goes well with anything that you would normally use Tabasco sauce on.5Very hotAt first I thought the guava and pineapple was a bit too fruity, but honestly, it balances the dark, earthy flavor of the scorpion pepper. This is not for the weak spirited. It is hot and the spice lingers in your esophagus for hours. Loved it.5Very hot with a nice bold flavor backing it upPacks a serious punch, also has a unique and pleasantly bold background flavor. It has a thicker consistency and not as much vinegar as original Tabasco. I can see this being used as an ingredient for many spicy recipes and bbq sauces. Scale of 1/10 heat I would say a very solid 7. This stuff is NOT for the weak.5I have grown to love spicier foods and saucesI have grown to love spicier foods and sauces, but I am not one of the thrill seekers who wants the adrenaline rush of eating weapons grade peppers. I assumed that this sauce would either be too hot to be enjoyable, too sweet with the addition of the fruit, or just not that hot since it was a more "main stream" brand. Turns out none of those fears were founded.It is much hotter than regular tabasco sauce, and hotter than the el yucateco habanero sauces, but not to the point that is just heat. It is not too sweet either. My wife and I love it so much we are eating it three meals a day. I am ordering more because I am already dreading the time it is no longer available and I am already getting greedy with rationing it.5If you're partial to Tabasco and like big heat, check it outSince Tabasco is largely known as being the go-to workhorse hot sauce, it's refreshing to see them release a version that brings serious heat. One sniff and you know this is different: it clears the sinuses instantly, and carries with it a strong nose of spicy vinegar cranked to 11, with the gain all the way up.Full disclosure: If forced to choose one hot sauce now and forever, I'd have to go with Tabasco Habanero. Regular Tabasco is OK, but tastes briny and strangely primitive to me now as hot sauces in general have become more complex. The Habanero version, with its heavy dose of mango, is a very close relative of the Scorpion version, but the Scorpion sauce is indeed its own beast within the Tabasco family. To me any decent scorpion sauce is dominated by the fruitiness and brightness of the pepper and the intensity of the heat - it's like eating the sun. This sauce is the perfect example of that idea. Here's the full ingredient list:Scorpion pepper, distilled vinegar, sugar, guava puree, pineapple, salt, guava powder, pineapple powder, Tabasco.Bear in mind, the first ingredient in Tabasco is vinegar so it's like a double dose. This may read like it's overpowering, but it's not. Of course you aren't going to mistake this for anything other than Tabasco, and you're likely to foolishly try and use it as such, which is a mistake. Throw it on your morning eggs and you'll likely wreck your breakfast so stick to using it on meals that don't involve coffee. I'm looking forward to throwing it in a bowl of chili this winter.I'm curious as to how this sauce fares within the Tabasco line-up since their sauces, IMO, are a bit hit-or-miss (my next review will probably be the Tabasco sauce caddy package). More importantly for the average consumer is that a bottle of this Scorpion Sauce will set them back about 3x the amount of their regular sauce. To be fair that's the cost of most boutique sauces these days and it easily stacks up against the other upper-Scoville sauces I have in terms of flavor. So bottom line:Not my favorite hot sauce, and not even my favorite Tabasco sauce, but the best Scorpion Pepper sauce you're likely to have if you're at all partial to Tabasco.5It's hot and super packaged.It's hot and good. It actually has a bit more flavor than the normal Tabasco to me but much hotter. Maybe cause of the guava puree. Doubles as a great thumb sucking deterrent for kids who laugh at normal Tabasco.The packaging was crazy. It was wrapped in bubble wrap in the middle of a box of packing peanuts. Probably could have survived being dropped from a tall building.5Deliciously hot pepper sauce.My wife and I love hot food. I am a regular user of Tabasco brand pepper sauce, so I thought we'd give this a try. The flavor is great. Unlike the original Tabasco sauce, this one is not as vinegary. It is a bit on the salty side. It is certainly hot. It comes in around 50,000 Scoville units. For those who are initiated with hot foods, this will like eating fire. For those of us who regularly consume hot/spicy foods, it is wonderful. It has a strong pepper flavor up front (1st ingredient is Scorpion peppers) and a nice, deep, heat the builds up behind it. It is great in sauces, stews, on pizza, and an everyday hot sauce. A little goes a long way! If you like Tabasco and hot foods, you will love this.5Great heat, greater flavor!!SUPER skeptical about buying this bc of the price first of all (13$ with shipping) but also bc how hot can Tabasco reall be? I love sauces like mad dog 357, Dave s insanity, black mamba, etc.. I wasn t expecting this sauce to be similar to those since it s tabasco. However!! It is hot!! I ate it in some breakfast potatoes 15 minutes ago and my tongue is still hot, probably bc the vinegar! Also, it s not nearly as vinegary as regular Tabasco! The flavor is very much like original Tabasco but with a hint of sweet. 10/10 I would buy this sauce again! Great flavor, great heat! Only a few drops and I m on fire! Not for the faint of heart. If regular Tabasco or even habanero Tabasco is hot for you, this is going to destroy your mouth lol. Enjoy!5This is good hot sauce.Hot and fruity, I like it. Although I can pour regular Tabasco on a spoon and sip it all day without much trouble, it obviously tastes best with food. I tried a Spoonful of Scorpion upside down just to get the whole affect in it's purity so I knew exactly what I had. I won't do that again. Maybe I had too much other sauce already but it took me almost 30 minutes to recover after lots of milk then water. At between 50k and 100k scoville it is potent by itself. It's a high quality product though and not too hot on food. I'd buy it again.5Incredible, but only for certain dishes IMHOFive star rating, though I'm probably never buying this sauce again, even if it's still available a year from now.Bought four bottles a couple weeks back. As a Tabasco Habanero addict (like five 1-gallon jugs in the last five years for me alone), I do like my heat. And I adore my Tabasco. It's just the laws of physics that get in the way.The McIlhenny folks are supremely skilled, devoted, and brave -- they're actually devoted public servants as well as culinary artists of the highest degree. They looked at the burgeoning hot sauce landscape like 5-10 years ago, and challenged themselves: they asked the question, "could we do a truly great super-hot sauce?" And they decided, brilliantly, on a totally Jamaican flavor profile. They passed over the simplistic carroty/tomatoey Habanero sauce formulas, and went straight for the complex exquisiteness of Caribbean style.This means scorching heat from painstakingly bred super-hot peppers, astoundingly married to their polar opposites. The Tabasco Habanero is many times spicier than the century-old Tabaso Lousiana-style, but it is tempered with the coolest tropical fruits imaginable. Banana. Guava. Papaya. That sauce is a masterpiece: the first truly unadulteredly American hot sauce with a classically American melting pot of foreign influences. I will buy more gallons, and continue putting it on everything from steak to hot dogs to spaghetti.But the ingenious (yet kind) folks at McIlhenny are never satisfied with mere perfection: they always want to move forward, especially as American tastes evolve. Which brings us to the exciting new territory beyond Habaneros, such as the Scorpion pepper.Yet the problem is unsolvable. It's basic math. Chemistry. Physics.As you make sauces from hotter and hotter new cultivars of peppers, people are obviously going to use less of it to get their preferred heat. The inspirations for the wonderful Scorpion Sauce are clear: beloved old Jamaican entries like Pick-A-Pepper (with its Bird Peppers). But the problem is clear: when you use less sauce, it means you can't taste the other ingredients as well.Tabasco Scorpion is a skillful balance of pineapple and guava with deliciously hot Scorpion peppers. Simply superb. But where I, personally, can enjoy a tablespoon of Tabasco Habanero per dinner, I can only stomach about a teaspoon of Scorpion (before violent internal revolution takes place). I get the heat all right, but without nearly as much of that awesome tropical breezy counterpoint.I think Tabasco Scorpion is a great replacement for my Pure Cap One Miilion Scoville extract when it comes to certain foods like tuna or curry, where I don't want much fruity flavor intruding beyond the sheer inferno. But for most super-hot dishes I think I will stay with the Tabasco Habanero, where I can have the maximum cold/hot dynamic going for me.Love McIlhenny. Love Tabasco. But despite my five-star rating, the Scorpion is a little too far for me to venture much.5
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