I would rather shoot myself (in the foot) than eat a raw ghost pepper.
I recently was able to purchase "Frank's Red Hot, Extra Hot" at WallyWorld, which is pretty much the exact hot sauce that I have been looking for. See, I love the flavor of regular Frank's, but it is so mild that you can just about drink it. The "Extra Hot" version is much better and I have now attained one-ness with the Universe.
Sriracha is also very good, but it is a tiny bit too hot for me if I slather it on something too thick. I like to mix it with stuff and add it to stir fry, etc etc etc. The same company makes another product that is less liquidy and more pieces of garlic, pepper, and pepper seeds. Very flavorful and good, but I do forget the name all of the sudden.
Product of...who'dve guessed - CALIFORNIA. Great stuff! I also love Cholula, Tapatio when there's no Cholula, AZ Gunslinger, Butt in the Tubb, Dave's Inferno (?) (WOW), not too many others. That green Habanero stuff is good enough to drink straight outta the bottle, and there is this secret local tamatillo recipe that is just killer! El Pato is decent, and Buffalo chipotle sauce (I can't find it anymore) is nice and sweet.
Tabasco = pepper sauce, NOT HOT SAUCE. Might as well be drinking vinegar. Don't get me wrong - I like it when the Tabasco bottle isn't refilled with imitation junk (like IHOP and many other restaurants do), but they really need to cut out the vinegar...much like Louisiana and Frank's. Just kills the flavor and most of the heat.
Jalapeno jelly - I made that in junior high "Foods" class. You need the right jalapenos, not that canned woody crap for nachos. Got an A, but the jelly got a huge FAIL.
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