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Historic Lynchburg Tennessee Whiskey Jalapeno

£5.95

  • Dr. Burnörium says:

    If there’s anything better in life than hot sauce and hard liquor I’m struggling to think what it is. Answers on a postcard please.
    Lynchburg Tennessee Whiskey Jalapeno Hot Sauce is a little bit of heaven in a bottle.
    You can almost hear the Jalapeno peppers slurring to the Jack Daniels Black Label Whiskey “I love you… no seriously, I do. You’re my bestest mate ever”.

  • The Label says:

    Habanero and Jack is HOT!
    In their quest for the perfect hot sauce with a distinctive flavor to fire up their vittles, the old folks of Lynchburg realized a blend of hot peppers and local Tennessee whiskey was the answer.
    Our family is proud of this delicious hot sauce that’s great on sandwiches, meats, seafood, pizza, omelets and in chili, soups and sauces.

  • Ingredients

    Red Ripe Jalapeno Peppers, Distilled Vinegar, Salt, Spices, Jack Daniels Black Label Whiskey.

Size

170g (6fl.oz)

  • Dr. Burnörium says:

    If there’s anything better in life than hot sauce and hard liquor I’m struggling to think what it is. Answers on a postcard please.
    Lynchburg Tennessee Whiskey Jalapeno Hot Sauce is a little bit of heaven in a bottle.
    You can almost hear the Jalapeno peppers slurring to the Jack Daniels Black Label Whiskey “I love you… no seriously, I do. You’re my bestest mate ever”.

  • The Label says:

    Habanero and Jack is HOT!
    In their quest for the perfect hot sauce with a distinctive flavor to fire up their vittles, the old folks of Lynchburg realized a blend of hot peppers and local Tennessee whiskey was the answer.
    Our family is proud of this delicious hot sauce that’s great on sandwiches, meats, seafood, pizza, omelets and in chili, soups and sauces.

  • Ingredients

    Red Ripe Jalapeno Peppers, Distilled Vinegar, Salt, Spices, Jack Daniels Black Label Whiskey.

Size

170g (6fl.oz)

Customer reviews (1)

  1. David

    Just for once I fancied trying a sauce that I could liberally splash all over my balls (meatballs, since you asked) rather than having to take cautious little dabs from the bottle for fear my teeth might melt from its violently volcanic contents.

    This little bottle provides the perfect solution – not at all scary hot, and even a wuss like me can pour over his food with relative impunity. There’s a bit of heat in the aftertaste (or afterburn?) but by and large you can splosh away, safe in the knowledge that you’re adding flavour and warmth rather than sowing the seeds of a fiery apocalypse.

    Can’t say I taste a huge amount of whiskey in this, but there’s a distinct jalapeno bite. More smokey and tangy, I’d say. This sauce has a big brother habanero equivalent too, which may be a step to far for dousing but is on the cards for future experimentation…

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