I have that Iguana XXX Habanero sauce in my fridge door, and find that it's on par with other Habanero sauces heatwise, although i do find it to be much saltier than most sauces, but that could be a plus if used in the proper food application.
And i'm curious to see what those fruity flavored peppers will taste like as well.
Hi dvg. I actually picked the iguano one for: low on the vinegar taste, no preservatives, no fake flavours or colours, all natural ingredients, a thickish vege. base, hot but not crazy and low in salt. The sodium content on the bottle is 45 mgm./tsp which seems pretty good although a few sauces are advertised as zero sodium. Here's a quote regarding hot sauce sodium content from a different brand:
"Our Uncle Dennis’ brand of sauces are all in the “Very Low Sodium” category – 25 mg or lower. Our only “high” sodium product is our “All Purpose Spice” which is in the “Low Sodium” category @ 55 mg"
So the brand I mentioned seems to be in the "Low Sodium Category".
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