Tabasco Sriracha...

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  1. ModdersAnon

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    Anybody else enjoying? It's kind of like Sriracha, but different, with a bit more of a kick.

    Wish I could buy it in a gallon jug :D
     
  2. micycle

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    Ooooh sounds interesting, haven't seen that one yet. Although nothing will ever top the original Tabasco for me, gourmet hot sauces included, I always try the new blends. What's the consistency like? Watery like the original or more viscous like the Chipotle and Buffalo Wing? Such burning questions.. (see what I did there?)
     
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    It's a little bit thinner than the original. Has a bit more garlic flavor as well.

    I'm thinking about making a wing sauce with it this weekend.
     
  4. Alnico&El34Rocks

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    I haven't tried the tabasco siracha yet but interested in trying it.

    This is some good stuff. I only recently discovered it.
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  5. soulohio

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    texas pete sriracha is the stuff lads...
     
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    Most anything from Tabasco is available in 1/2 gallon jugs.
     
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    I haven't seen that yet---I'll def give it a spin when I do (I'm already a big fan of the Chipotle Tabasco).
     
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    This has the best flavor to me of the bunch of brands I have tried. Keep in mind I haven't tried a band brand yet...lol.
     
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    There are varying degrees of spice heat found in condiments...in my recent travels in MA buying gas, there's a discount store that sells numerous products from overstocks, damaged shipments, etc, that brings in all sorts of unusual items every so often...that gallon jug of chili garlic sauce was there, or perhaps it was just Sriracha.

    I'll wager the gallon jugs could be found at most any discount Asian market inexpensively, because I buy low-sodium soy sauce in gallons from an Asian market...next time I make a trip down to the Asian market, I'll try to remember this post and provide the OP with a gallon...shipping might be a bit expensive, but I'll see what I can do...
     

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