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Wiltshire Chilli Farm Golden Bonnet

£7.00

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  • Dr. Burnörium says:

    Face-melting heat and wonderful flavour.
    Sweetness and texture with a serious kick!

  • The Label says:

    Shimmering with the heat of the Golden Scotch Bonnet, our simple hot sauce celebrates the serious spice of this chilli in all its glory.
    Add a dash to anything and everything. Hot and fruity with a subtle pineapple sweetness.
    Splash onto seafood, chicken or in salads.

    Try With: Corn Salsa, Avocado Salad, Skewers, Baked Monkfish

  • Ingredients

    Cider Vinegar, Scotch Bonnet, Yellow Pepper, Sugar, Pineapple, Salt

  • Dr. Burnörium says:

    Face-melting heat and wonderful flavour.
    Sweetness and texture with a serious kick!

  • The Label says:

    Shimmering with the heat of the Golden Scotch Bonnet, our simple hot sauce celebrates the serious spice of this chilli in all its glory.
    Add a dash to anything and everything. Hot and fruity with a subtle pineapple sweetness.
    Splash onto seafood, chicken or in salads.

    Try With: Corn Salsa, Avocado Salad, Skewers, Baked Monkfish

  • Ingredients

    Cider Vinegar, Scotch Bonnet, Yellow Pepper, Sugar, Pineapple, Salt

Customer reviews (2)

  1. S

    Just a little bit misleading, since I wouldn’t say this is anywhere close to other hot sauces ranked at 10. Wiltshire farm definitely has hotter sauces, and at best, it’s more of a 6 or a 7, and very comparable to other scotch bonnet/habanero/pineapple/mango sauces of that ilk. Thankfully, it redeemed itself well when it came to flavour. This is one of the best tasting hot sauces I’ve tried, with a sweet and tangy taste that leaves you desiring more.
    It’s a very runny sauce, so don’t tip the bottle at an aggressive angle. Otherwise, I’ve found it goes incredibly well on barbeque.

  2. David

    Well this is all rather perplexing. Let me explain…

    Being a recent fan of Wiltshire Chilli Farm, and having tried some of their milder variants, I thought I’d test out my sauce-resilience by trying one of their hotter versions (at least, according to the good Doctor). Golden Bonnet, purchased.

    That’s where it’s become rather baffling.

    It’s a tasty sauce for sure (not sure I can discern pineapple sweetness, but I’d certainly have it again for the overall flavour) but where’s the heat – specifically, the “face-melting” heat as cited?

    I chowed through my marinaded chicken bits with impunity, beginning to be convinced that I had attained immune status to Pain Level 10 sauce! And then I remembered: I’ve tried various Blairs and Dave’s Insanity sauces, also Pain Level 10 or so, and they reduced me to a regret-filled quivering wreck!

    So something is oddly amiss with this one: it’s certainly perfectly tasty enough, but the heat has gone walkabout, at least in this bottle? It got to the point where since there was residual sauce left in the bowl I actually tipped it up and drank it neat – okay, that was hotter to an extent, and left more of an afterburn, but had I done that with anything from Blair’s I’d probably be straight into the freezer looking for ice-cream and crying for my mum.

    No disrespect to Wilshire Chilli Farm or the good Doctor, but I’m going to have to grade this just as a 3-star sauce as it doesn’t really do what the description promises. I’ll certainly finish the bottle and enjoy it, and my stomach will probably thank me for not abusing it with a genuine Pain Level 10 sauce, but this one won’t scare you so much as titillate!

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