Hello Chili Heads!
Do you find your days passing with nothing-outstanding happening in your life? Same ole job, same ole honey do list, and a desire to try something new? Well I have another spicy hot product to share with you and your family that might deliver you from a bland, senseless existence. Whether it’s fast cars, colorful guitars, my family, and/or great food, I am always on the hunt for something just a wee bit different from all the rest. That’s why I want to share another tasty product with you from Hell Fire Hot Sauce Company.
Not only is the name cool and very adept at instilling fear into my closest friends and relatives but, the couple of sauces that I have tried have been very impressive, spicy, and tasty. This year the Chili Master is producing several new hot sauces, but the one I am introducing today is one of his best selling sauces and to my knowledge, is in it’s second year of production. This sauce is called:
Blueberry Hell Private Reserve
Made by Hell Fire Hot Sauce Company
Blueberry Hell, Hmm…you might be wondering, “What the hell?” Man, I gotta tell you something. I am grateful for the producers that think outside the box and can create something different. From the outside of the 5 oz bottle, the color is a rich, blueberry purple and looks thick and inviting. From the ingredients on the label, this sauce will pack some heat, but will it have the flavor? I have been told that it’s is a sauce that might cause you to fall in love on first taste! I can’t wait to try this sauce on ice cream. It’s the heat baby. Its what us chili heads are looking for in a sauce and it can be found right here. Hell Fire Sauces grow and produce their own organic peppers and many of the ingredients found in their sauces. Check it out…Bhut Jolokia, Red Savina, Habanero Peppers and more. Each batch is limited to that season’s crop. Each batch is small, and is produced, bottled in a 5 oz bottle, sealed and then covered in multiple layers of colorful wax. There is a lot of care put in each bottle that goes out. I wonder how many burns he gets from waxing all those bottles?
So like I mentioned before, the bottle looks great. The bottle label stands out with the blue flames and the bold lettering. This year the label is printed on a nice high gloss paper so it provides us with a nice high definition image of what is lurking inside. Like I mentioned before, each bottle has been hand dipped in wax to give a creative finish to each bottle. If it’s for a collector and/or fan, the Chili master is happy to sign them for his customers. From my experience, there is a real personal touch that goes into ever bottle produced and sold. Every time I have talked to him, he has creative ideas about producing even greater tasting and especially unique sauces.
I must admit as I open this bottle that I am just not too sure. Blue berry hell…what is that? I have heard of hell fire and maybe eternal damnation but this might be a death by blue berry. Doesn’t sound to intimidating. Actually I have been warned, the only eternal damnation will be internal damnation on the taste buds. This sauce has three screaming hot peppers in it. So with a twist of the wax seal, the bottle opens to my efforts. The sauce smells spicy sweet and has a strong essence of garlic and spices. When comparing it to last years bottle I must say that this year’s sauce has a better first impression. This year’s limited reserve has greater garlic and Jolokia smell then last years. It also smells to me that last year’s blue berry hell has a more citric, lemon smell to it. This years Blueberry Hell smells even better then last year to me. It was suggested to me that I try this sauce on ice cream.
The sauce poured very easily but was not just a watery liquid like some sauces appear to be when poured. It was a dark purple with visible chunks of spices in it. When I took a small bite, I was greeted by the cool ice cream, with the sweet “spicy” berry taste of the sauce and “Oh my God!! Is that Jolokia I taste?” What I didn’t expect was a searing heat from the jolokia peppers and the Red Savina Peppers. I loved it! Yes, a bit of a strange combination, but it works. I could taste the blueberries and a small hint of garlic that actually blended well with the vanilla. You have to try this! The sauce has a faint sweet flavor that can mix with a lot of different foods like fajitas, Asian dishes, and or nachos–but get ready for some heat, baby! You’re going to get torched! This sauce is definitely “atomic” in the heat and flavor category. I would not label this sauce as an additive but one that you can enjoy through taste and heat. This sauce is pure and natural-no extract in it. I would give it a five out of five for being original and having some great spicy, sweet flavor. The price is right for a 5 oz bottle but if your going to pay for shipping you better get something else from the Chili Master to make it worth it. Postage is never cheap anywhere you go. He has also produced this year a new wing sauce as well as an all-new limited edition, signed and numbered Reserve. This year he has collaborated with an amazing face jug artist to create this one of a kind reserve. Check out his site for more info or follow him on FaceBook.
Thank you Chili Master for continuing to produce interesting, tasty, and best of all, SPICY sauce for all of us to consume. Thanks Hotsauceaddict.com for helping spread the word. Keep up the good work Hell Fire Sauces and I look forward to trying more of your creations. Another sauce that I shared about previously is his Sweet Heat and Pure Hell Sauce. If you haven’t had these, then you’re missing out. Springtime is here, so fire up the family barbeque and keep the sauce flowing! This is Atomic Eh? telling you to keep it hot and keep it spicy!
Most of all…ENJOY!
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