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Heartbreaking Dawns 1841 Ghost Pepper Sauce

Today I am reviewing Heartbreaking Dawns 1841 Hot Sauce. Last October I attended the Weekend of Fire in Ohio and tried out some hot sauces including this one. So I asked
Johnny McLaughlin of Heartbreaking Dawns if I could take some home to try it out and review. And so I did.

Ingredients:

Pears, Applesauce, Cider Vinegar, Ghost Peppers (Bhut Jolokia), Water, Onion, Carrot, Lime Juice, Sugar, Sea Salt, Garlic, White Pepper

The sauce is orange, and it has a medium consistency.

Heartbreaking Dawns 1841 Ghost Pepper Sauce

1841 smells fruity and really spicy. In my opinion, I think this sauce is good for meats, like chicken or hamburgers. I also think its good, but also hot, on Mexican foods like tacos or burritos. The heat level is 7 out of 10 and is hot!

My overall rating is 4.5 out of 5 because its really hot but, it’s still delicious! 4.5 stars

If you want to know more about this sauce and other ones made by Heartbreaking Dawns, go to http://www.heartbreakingdawns.com.

Kevin RobertsKevin’s Side of the Dish is 100% written and photographed by my 12-year-old son (and budding chilehead) Kevin Roberts. The only assistance I provide is any necessary fixes in capitalization and punctuation, help with HTML and resizing pictures in Photoshop. Although his perspective is that of a spicy food novice, he will approach things with a blunt, honest and completely undiluted viewpoint.

Kevin’s Review – Heartbreaking Dawns 1841 Ghost Pepper Sauce