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A truly hot deal , Bring the pain chilli sauce @ LIDL 89p
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Posted 3rd May 2018Available: National

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At 89p thought worth a shot and tried a spot on my finger as a tester ITS HOT lol
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Good luck on the way out
As the song says, "Both Ends Burning".
That looks like a stand off between the chilli sauce, glass, salt & Worcester sauce!
Edited by: "Gollywood" 3rd May 2018
See you at A&E with your burst ucler
Do you take this orallu
Most supermarket 'hot sauces' are jalapeno-based with lots of salt and vinegar to fool your taste buds into thinking it's hot...

I Googled and found this German review:


Monday, May 16, 2016LIDL - Bring the Pain Sauce




Content: 100ml

Manufacturer:Weiand GmbH

Ingredients: wine vinegar, 25% jalapeño, water, salt, vinegar, spice extract, thickener: xanthan gum; Antioxidant: Extract of rosemary.

Odor: vinegar, sour

Taste: vinegar, salt

Consistency: very fluid

My sharpness: 8-9 / 10

Dealer details flat rate: Super Super Hot

Conclusion: pure vinegar, very salty. Apart from that hardly any flavor, one tastes little of Jalapeño. After all, the sharpness is surprisingly high, but burns rather uncomfortable in the throat. I suppose that was helped with chile extract here, because 25% Jalapeño would never kindle such a fire. So the sauce would come to a maximum of 4/10. For supermarket mainstream with 8-9 / 10 so extremely sharp. Unfortunately, you can hardly use such vinegar sauces, I personally like them on pizza. Otherwise, maybe used where you use vinegar, such as lentil soup or salad dressings. But since the salt content is also very high, you have to be careful anyway.

Purchase recommendation: Yes. Although good sharpness, but too much vinegar and salt, hardly any flavor. But is lost with 1 € but nothing.

Price: 0,99 €

jeczap13 m ago

Most supermarket 'hot sauces' are jalapeno-based with lots of salt and …Most supermarket 'hot sauces' are jalapeno-based with lots of salt and vinegar to fool your taste buds into thinking it's hot...I Googled and found this German review:Monday, May 16, 2016LIDL - Bring the Pain Sauce[Image] Content: 100ml Manufacturer: Weiand GmbH Ingredients: wine vinegar, 25% jalapeño, water, salt, vinegar, spice extract, thickener: xanthan gum; Antioxidant: Extract of rosemary. Odor: vinegar, sour Taste: vinegar, salt Consistency: very fluid My sharpness: 8-9 / 10 Dealer details flat rate: Super Super Hot Conclusion: pure vinegar, very salty. Apart from that hardly any flavor, one tastes little of Jalapeño. After all, the sharpness is surprisingly high, but burns rather uncomfortable in the throat. I suppose that was helped with chile extract here, because 25% Jalapeño would never kindle such a fire. So the sauce would come to a maximum of 4/10. For supermarket mainstream with 8-9 / 10 so extremely sharp. Unfortunately, you can hardly use such vinegar sauces, I personally like them on pizza. Otherwise, maybe used where you use vinegar, such as lentil soup or salad dressings. But since the salt content is also very high, you have to be careful anyway. Purchase recommendation: Yes. Although good sharpness, but too much vinegar and salt, hardly any flavor. But is lost with 1 € but nothing. Price: 0,99 €


I buy Tabasco ..more drops more pain
The habanero Tabasco is great
In case anyone wants HOT sauce, there's one called Satan's S**t (profanity avoided) available from an online retailer I'm not allowed to mention. Isn't censorship assistive in choosing alternative and vastly superior products?
Tut, We'll be the judge on that.
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