Garden Row Foods

USA, Illinois


the Brutal Bajan, Hot Habanero Sauce (5 oz. / 148 ml)

Tasted 1999
A more than medium hot sauce with more taste of mustard than of habanero.
The first impression is of an acid mustard, soon followed by a chile pepper heat.
I can't find much habañero flavour in this sauce even if I take a mouthfull of the sauce.
The mustard and vinegar is drowning all habanero flavour, leaving only the heat from the habanero.
This product should have been sold as a chile mustard, and not as a habanero sauce!
Best used on hot dogs!


Endorphin Rush, Beyond Hot Sauce (5 oz.)

Tasted 1999
An extremely hot sauce with a sligthly sweet taste of tomatoes and soy, before the heat hits.
The only use there is for this sauce is to add heat to the food. I will not contribute to the taste in any other way.
A few teaspoons of this sauce in one serving of food will make it very hot.


Garden Row, Habanero Pepper Sauce - Very Hot

Tasted 2002
A fairly hot sauce with a fresh taste of habanero, a little tomatoes, vinegar,
a touch of garlic and slightly too much salt.
Double the habanero and reduce the salt to 50%, and this would have beeen a perfect sauce.
One bottle is enough for ONE eggsandwich. A serving of food (for dinner) would require 2 bottles.


Helen's Sweet & Hot, Hot Sauce (5 fl. oz.)

Tasted 1999
A mild, sweet and much too salty sauce with a taste of salt, sugar and garlic.


the Original Pure Cap (2 oz.)

Tasted 1999
Hot enough!
One teaspoon in one serving of food will give heat enough to make any chilehead happy.
Normal people shall not use more than one or two drops in one serving of food.
This is however not a sauce, it is a food additive, which only adds heat, not much taste to the food.
Use it together with some milder chile sauce, which also adds some taste.