Encona

bottled in Great Britain



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Encona, Mexican Jalapeno Hot Pepper Sauce (142 ml)

Tasted 1999
Some kind of green vinegar!
Could maybe be used as a refreshing drink, if it not had been so acid.
A one meal bottle without any sweating.



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Encona, Thai Sweet Chili Sauce (142 ml)

Tasted 1999
A mild sweet sauce with a taste of salt, chile pepper and a little garlic.
Too much sugar and too much salt.



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Encona, West Indian Bajun Hot Pepper Sauce (142 ml)

Tasted 1999
A medium hot sauce with habanero and mustard. Lovely taste but a little bit to much vinegar.
I finished the first bottle with my lunch and my dinner the same day and a second bottle with my evening meal some days later.
One of my favorite sauces!



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Encona, West Indian Banana Hot Pepper Sauce (142 ml)

Tasted 1999
A medium hot sauce with a taste of bananas, vinegar, habanero and mustard.
The first impression is mainly banana, soon followed by vinegar,
after a few seconds comes the flaours of habanero and mustard and some heat.
This sauce would have been much better with less vinegar.
One bottle is hot enough for one serving of food.



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Encona, West Indian Cajun Hot Pepper Sauce (142 ml)

Tasted 1999
An ordinary, rather mild sauce which didn't leave any lasting memorys.
One bottle is enough for one or two meals.



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Encona, West Indian Original Hot Pepper Sauce (142 ml)

Tasted 1999 & 2000
A medium hot sauce with a taste of vinegar, chile pepper and onion.
The habanero flavour is difficult recognize in all vinegar.
One bottle = two servings.



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Encona, West Indian Smooth Hot Pepper Sauce (142 ml)

Tasted 2000
A medium hot sauce with a taste of vinegar, salt, onion, habanero and a little papaya.
The first (and lasting) impression is only a lot of vinegar.
After 4 - 5 seconds comes the habanero flavour and the heat.
One bottle is hot enough for one or two servings.

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